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23 May 2012

New Zealand Architecture Photos

New Zealand building photos by Simon Devitt Photographer

Wynyard Quarter, Auckland
Design: TCL & WAA

Wynyard Quarter Auckland

Wynyard Quarter Auckland Wynyard Quarter Building Wynyard Quarter Auckland Building Wynyard Quarter Auckland Building
photographs © Simon Devitt

New Lynn Station
Design: Architectus
New Lynn Station New Lynn Station Building New Lynn Station Building
photographs © Simon Devitt

Anvil building, Auckland
Design: Patterson & Associates
Anvil Building Anvil Building Auckland Anvil Building Auckland
photographs © Simon Devitt


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New Zealand Architecture Photographs – Selection

The Beehive – Wellington Parliament Building Executive Wing, North Island
Design: Basil Spence Architect
Wellington Parliament Building
photograph © Adrian Welch
New Zealand Parliament Building
New Zealand Parliament Buildings house the New Zealand Parliament and are on a 45,000 square metre site at the northern end of Lambton Quay, Wellington. They consist of the Edwardian neoclassical-style Parliament House (1922); the Parliamentary Library (1899); the executive wing, called “The Beehive” (1977); and Bowen House, in use since 1991. Whilst most of the individual buildings are outstanding for different reasons, the overall setting that has been achieved “has little aesthetic or architectural coherence”.

Great Barrier Island House
Design: Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects
Great Barrier Island House
photograph : Simon Devitt
Great Barrier Island House
The living zone opens completely to this setting, and the timber exoskeleton references the surrounding trees. The bedrooms all have protected outdoor space, being closely located to the trees for increased privacy.

The Michael Hill Clubhouse, South Island
Design: Patterson Associates
Queenstown architecture
photograph : Simon Devitt
Queenstown architecture, Otago
Hunkered into the earth, The Michael Hill Clubhouse seeks to integrate and intensify the experience of golf with the landscape. The design seeks an impression of form having evolved from the same forces that shape the land.

Te Papa Museum, North Island
Date built: 2005
Te Papa Museum
picture © Adrian Welch
Te Papa Museum building
The main Te Papa building is built on former Wellington Harbour Board land, on the waterfront in Wellington, on Cable Street. The building contains six floors of exhibitions, cafés and gift shops dedicated to New Zealand’s culture, history and environment.

The museum also incorporates outdoor areas with artificial caves, native bushes and wetlands. A second building on Tory Street is a scientific research facility and storage area, and is not open to the public.

Yellow Treehouse Restaurant, Auckland
Design: Pacific Environments Architects Ltd
Yellow Treehouse
photo : Lucy Gauntlett
Yellow Treehouse Restaurant
Kellie Nathan said, “I haven’t designed a treehouse since my childhood, let alone built a restaurant in one. I’ve been amazed at the interest from media and the design community overseas and, now that it’s completed, I’m really proud of the way it’s turned out.”

New Zealand Architecture Awards – Southern
Te Kaitaka House
photo from NZIA
Southern Architecture Awards

New Zealand Architecture Awards – Canterbury
Registry Building Canterbury
image from NZIA
Canterbury Architecture Awards

New Zealand Architecture Awards – Nelson Marlborough
Apple Bay House
image from NZIA
Nelson Marlborough Architecture Awards

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