A new exhibition in Auckland is encouraging New Zealanders to get up close and personal with some familiar, tiny landmarks. “This is a great way for people to kind of get an understanding of how these buildings are put together, how they sit in their neighbourhoods, how they sit in their landscape contexts,” Professor Andrew Barrie from the University of Auckland School of Architecture and Planning told Newshub. Photography exhibition about sexuality and religion opens in Auckland church Photography exhibition celebrates Save the Children centenary New exhibition brings back iconic Wellington 500 In Context celebrates 20 years of RTA Studio, the architecture firm behind Karangahape Road’s Ironbank, Freemans Bay School and many more buildings up and down the country. On display at Ponsonby’s Objectspace until September 7, it has transformed thirty buildings from RTA into paper miniatures. Schools are put with schools, and baches with baches, to create an imaginary RTA-designed map of New Zealand. “It makes you think about the places that we live, and walk through, and what we think about the buildings that surround us. Do we love them? Do we hate them? Do we feel like they’re good to use?” Objectspace’s director Kim Paton told Newshub…. Read full this story
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