Over 120 buildings and five routes around our capital city
In this informative pocket guide, writer John Walsh teams up with photographer Patrick Reynolds to offer a tour of a century and a half of Wellington’s architecture. It tells the stories of more than 120 significant central-city buildings, and also of the architects who designed them. The buildings are grouped into five self-guided walking routes, each with a map; together these itineraries create a character portrait of New Zealand’s most urbane city.
It’s the perfect guide for visitors to Wellington and also for locals who want to know more about their city.
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Praise for the previous books in the series:
‘... the ideal slim volume for Aucklanders and visitors to become acquainted with the architectural gems of Auckland City’ — The National Business Review
‘It’s easy to become caught up in negativity when you think about the politics of the Christchurch rebuild period, but the feeling I get from Walsh and Reynolds’ book is one of optimism.’ — Philip Matthews, Newsroom Book of the Week
Pre-order now — books will be shipped 7 April.