New Territory: Warren and Mahoney : 50 Years of New Zealand Architecture

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Balasoglou Books, Jan 1, 2005 - Architects - 241 pages
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Summary: "This is an absolutely magnificent book, and without doubt the most ambitious and comprehensive ever produced on an architectural practice in New Zealand. Printed with a cloth hardcover and coversheet, it is of the highest quality. Its 240 pages feature dozens of Warren and Mahoneyʼs best buildings from the earliest, such as the Christchurch Town Hall and the Harewood Crematorium to the latest NZIA Supreme Award winners like the South Christchurch Library and Paraparaumu Public Library, all in beautiful full colour. The book also features some intriguing interviews and essays on issues currently facing architecture in New Zealand. Those who participated shed new light on topics that effect architecture. You will find the reading of these as interesting as the photographs and descriptions of some of our most loved buildings. This is more than just a monograph on an architectural practice. It is a historical record of the achievements and influence Warren and Mahoney have had on New Zealand architecture over a span of fifty years."--Publisher description.

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