Category: Exhibition

  • Arquitectura Sin Papel

    Architecture without Paper – an exhibition from 15 young Spanish architects, previously exhibited at the Venice Bienalle – available for viewing every day during working hours at the School of Architecture, Vivian St, Wellington


    Friday 13 August Barbara Webster, Gina Jones, Tommy Honey & Karl du Fresne Debate: ARCHITETURE IS THE MOTHER OF ALL ARTS at Greytown Town Hall, Greytown At each venue, doors will open at 5.30 for a complimentary glass of wine and nibbles with the talks beginning at 6.15pm. The cost for each talk is $25…

  • Built Fabric exhibition opening – 4th March

    You are warmly invited to the opening of the next exhibition at Toi Poneke Gallery Built Fabric Mizuho Nishioka & Tane Moleta Thursday 4 March, 5.30pm Built Fabric is an exhibition of two different mediums – photography and architectural drawing. Both artists explore the idea that the constructed, or built, environments exist as representations of our…

  • Long Live More of the Modern

    You may recall (you should!) the launch of the Long Live the Modern book held by Arch Centre last year. At long last, after Auckland, Napier, and Christchurch, Wellington (well, Lower Hutt actually) gets to host the touring exhibition. Its at the new Dowse in the Hutt, from 30 January

  • S William Toomath

    Opening 28 January at the City Gallery will be an exhibition on the long and distinguished career of Wellington architect S William Toomath. The exhibition, Liberating Everyday Life, will provide an overview of Bill Toomath’s work over the many years he has been around. An early member of the Architectural Centre, still an active member,…

  • Pecha Kucha was tonight

    If you wanted to see the latest Pecha Kucha night in Wellington, then : apologies, because you’ve just missed it. I presume that you know what I’m on about? If not, then go here and discover all about it. A global phenomenom by now, running periodically in 248 cities now, it was Wellington’s turn tonight…

  • Letting Dwell – exhibition by Tim Larkin & Luke Feast

    Where: The New Dowse, Lower Hutt When: till May 10 Tim Larkin won the 2008 Deane Award for Decorative Arts with a proposal based on the long-redundant, yet highly efficient food safe. Larkin, writer Luke Feast and photographer Pete McColl, have created a body of work that explores the food safe and its unique architectural…

  • Lara Almarcegui Relocated Houses, Brittons Yard, 2009

    Location : Brittons Yard, Haywards Hill Road, Wellington and insert in Friday’s Dominion Post newspaper, Wellington Friday 13 February 2009, 6.30-8.30pm As part of the One Day Sculpture programme Lara Almarcegui critiques the practice of house moving from the perspective of sculpture, inviting questions on how the built environment is valued and manipulated.

  • Bedwyr Williams Le ‘Welsh’ Man’s 24hour

    Location : Around Wellington, beginning and ending at the carpark next to Enjoy, Swan Lane, off Cuba St Thursday 12 February 2009, 00.00-24.00 As part of the One Day Sculpture Project Bedwyr Williams will be painting Wellington.

  • School of Architecture & Design Exhibition

    When: Wednesday November 5, 2008 (up for 2 weeks) Where: School of Architecture, Vivian Street. Work by the 2008 final year students.