It gives us great pleasure, on the occasion of our 70th birthday, to announce the winners of our 70th anniversary awards. Congratulations to all involved. The awards and winners are: Read More
The Open Office @ Stephenson&Turner on the 19th July was a great success. Not only did we have fabulous presentations from a couple of S+T staff by it also doubled as a celebration of the Architectural Centre’s 67th birthday (which officially was 23rd July).
School of Architecture – come join us celebrate 65 years, and a lecture by our Japan travel award student Hannah France, who will be talking about her trip to the forgotten corners of Japan. We’ll also be talking about teh Basin, and celebrating the 65th birthday of Arch Centre
Bill Alington, Jim Beard, Bill Toomath and Derek Wilson (ABT&W) have undoubtedly been outstandingly influential on Architecture in Wellington and in New Zealand. Their body of work, extending from the late 1940’s to the 1990’s typically exhibits a modernist style, largely inspired from their education and work in the UK and the US.
The book “4 Architects” attempts to catalogue the key work of each architect and provide some insight into the inspiration and creative thinking behind each of the Architects and their works .
One of the more eagerly awaited book launches of the year – on four very distinguished Wellington Architects: Bill Toomath, James Beard, Derek Wilson, and Bill Alington. Organised by the NZIA, this book launch ties in with the culmination of the Graphisoft Student Architecture awards being held on 2nd December at the School of Architecture, and should run from 5.30 till 7.00
Arch Centre will publish a review of the book shortly
Launch of Gerald Melling’s new book, on the Architecture of Disaster.
Personal experiences from the 2006 Aceh tsunami and the attempts to rebuild.
5.30 drinks, 6.00 talk, LT1 School of Architecture