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Wellington Architecture

Wellington Architecture Awards
Supreme Court Wellington building interior
picture from NZIA
Wellington Architecture Awards – NZIA Awards 2010-11 winners

Te Papa Museum
Date built: 2005

Wellington museum building
picture © Adrian Welch
Wellington museum building

The Beehive – Wellington Parliament Building Executive Wing
Date built: 1980
Design: Basil Spence architect; executed by Wellington Government designers
Wellington Parliament Building
picture © Adrian Welch
Wellington Parliament building

Wellington Harbour building
Date built: 2007

Wellington Harbour building
picture © Adrian Welch
Wellington harbour

Wellington Waterfront competition
Date built: 2007-
Design: UN Studio Architects
Wellington Waterfront
picture © Adrian Welch

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Wellington Waterfront Competition Winner
Feb 2008
Design: Athfield Architects – ‘Fossil, the Stacks and the Crane’
Location: Kumutoto, Wellington city centre, New Zealand
Three new buildings
Key elements: offices, apartments, cafes, restaurants, bars
Judges: Professor John Hunt (convenor), Ian Pike, John Melhuish, Bill Toomath, Fran Wilde
Shortlisted architects: Architecture +, Architecture Workshop, Athfield Architects, Bligh Voller Nield, Studio Pacific Architecture, Warren and Mahoney

Wellington Airport Terminal project
Date built: 2008-
Design: Studio Pacific Architecture / Warren Mahoney

Oriental Bay
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Wellington Botanic Gardens
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View from Te Papa into city centre:
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Wellington Civic Square:
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Wellington International Airport
Date built: 2008
Design: Studio Pacific Architecture

Wellington buildings : Central Business District – highlights below
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Wellington church buildings
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Wellington Railway Station
Wellington Railway Station

Cuba Wellington
Cuba Wellington

Location: Wellington, New Zealand

New Zealand Architecture

Contemporary New Zealand Buildings

New Zealand Architecture Designs – chronological list

New Zealand Architecture Studios

New Zealand Architecture

Martinborough Buildings – vineyard town located east of the city

New Zealand House Designs

NZ Residential Architecture

Karekare Bach, Waitakere Ranges
Design: Stevens Lawson Architects
Karekare Bach, New Zealand beach cabin
photo : Simon Devitt
Karekare Bach New Zealand beachfront Residenc
Stevens Lawson Architects collaborate with designer and surfer Dean Pool on a spectacular beach-front cabin.

Headland House, Waiheke Island
Design: Stevens Lawson Architects
Headland House Waiheke Island NZ
photograph © Mark Smith
Headland House on Waiheke Island

Te Mata House
Design: Stevens Lawson Architects
Te Mata House Hawes Bay NZ
photograph © Mark Smith
Wanaka Crib in the Otago Region, South Island
This NZ residence sits on a promontory amongst the foothills of Te Mata Peak overlooking Hawkes Bay. The clients had run a sheep station at Parongahau and wanted to establish a new home at Te Mata.

Victoria University School of Architecture is based in Wellington

Modern Architects

Buildings / photos for the Wellington Architecture page welcome