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    • Making Space
      • Elizabeth Cox’s book Making Space – A History of New Zealand Women in Architecture is a treasure trove of information, that I suspect will take...

    • Tory Party
      • Celebrate! Well done Wellington, for electing a fresh, new, young Maori woman Mayor, Tory Whanau – and farewell and thank you to Andy Foster, for...

    • Sir Miles Warren
      • Sir Miles Warren died on Tuesday, the last of our knighted architects. He was 93. A prolifically talented architect, he and his practice were without...

    • Mayor of Gotham City
      • The other night, cooped up inside on yet another interminable stormy wet wintery night, I chanced across Batman Returns, the Michael Keaton Bat-flick featuring Danny...

    • LGWM: The Gauntlet
      • Hi fishes. Well the LGWM thing was announced supporting the big, most expensive package. As you know I got my issues, discussed in 3-Big-Flaws here....

    • Sir Michael Fowler
      • It’s a rare thing for an Architect to become a Mayor – and even rarer for an Architect to become a Knight. We (NZ) have...

    • Feedback time again
      • Slowly but surely, at a majestic but glacial pace, Let’s Get Wellington Moving are moving forwards. Well, moving, at least. Maybe it is forwards. Maybe...

    • Celebration
      • In an announcement released quietly on 4th July, by MBIE, there is some massive cause for celebration. “MBIE advises seismically vulnerable buildings can remain occupied”...

    • LGWM Decision at last
      • Transport Minister Michael Wood blindsided Wellington this morning, with an announcement – and a definite decision – that Wellington is going to get Light Rail...

    • Council votes today
      • Today is the day that the elected Councillors will vote on the Proposed District Plan, which will shape our city for the next thousand years...

    • Engineers
      • Engineers – it’s time to stand up and be counted. I’m not sure if you lot in the Engineering crowd have noticed lately, but Aotearoa...

    • On the buses
      • I hesitate to even bother to post this, as the topic seems so small and the problem is so easily solved, but apparently the Busdriver’s...

    • Portals
      • At the risk of raising the hackles of the designers of the revised Library design, who appear to have positioned an overly-large bedside table next...

    • Ukraine
      • When I’m not posting up here, it’s generally because I’m busy doing other things, but recently, because I’ve been following the war in Ukraine with...

    • Te Matapihi
      • The unveiling of the scheme for the revised central Wellington Library has had an interesting effect. Some people have been shocked at the price, of...

    • Inevitable
      • So…. that was interesting. No real surprise there, that it would end in violence, given the people involved and the poor attitudes towards common sense...

    • Scaffold city
      • Just a quick question to the architectural / urban world out there – what the heck is happening to this building? I thought it was...

    • Drongos Go Home!
      • Urban protest has a long history in New Zealand and especially in Wellington, being the capital and all that. I’ve been on a few myself...

    • Paddington
      • MR AND MRS Brown first met Paddington on a housing development platform. In fact, that was how he came to have such an unusual name for a...

    • Twordle
      • Are you doing a Wordle each day? You probably are – it is growing exponentially, even faster than Covid, although a lot more enjoyable. For...

    • Ika Rere
      • It’s wonderful to see that the dreams of East by West Ferries have come true, with the launching of the Ika Rere, the brand new...

    • Zzzzzz
      • I can’t believe how nice this weather is right now – just beautiful, as if to make up for the rubbish weather we had immediately...

    • Density in Island Bay
      • Having taken the chance to venture south of the city, to deepest darkest Island Bay, home of the Empire, the old Terminus, the Parade, and...

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