I’ve always admired these lovely wooden buildings on Bealey Avenue – unfortunately I don’t know much about them or if they have a group name. Like a lot of wooden buildings, they appear to have come through the earthquakes relatively unscathed (though they’ve probably needed at least some work on them I suspect).
Love the large Magnolia tree in the front and the Cabbagge Trees as well.
This building is on the corner of Durham and Gloucester Street. It’s got a very distinctive wavy design and it looks really interesting now that the glass is going in. Can’t wait to see it all finished.
This is a new building on Gloucester Street. Local law firm Anderson Lloyd have taken naming rights on the building and are now located in the building after operating from a converted warehouse for three hours (after our quakes). According to their website the building was “developed by Amherst Properties, designed by international architects Fourfoursixsix, and built by Ganellen.”
It’s certainly nice to see new buildings being completed and now utilised.
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