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Article Images / Second term – Vogel Building refurbishment by CCM Architects
The glazed roof of the atrium admits natural light into the building reducing the need on artificial lighting.
The deconstructed design of the Vogel Centre, by CCM Architects, creates a controlled group of related forms on the site...
Article Images / Civic pride
A fully glazed, double-skin facade provides thermal insulation for the new Christchurch City Council premises, in the re...
Article Images / IN collaboration
The new Energex head office at Newstead Riverpark comprises two parallel boomerang-shaped wings linked by a glazed atriu...
The council chambers is positioned within a cedar- and copper-clad pod.
Black sheets of steel line the lift wall on the west side of the building. These were painted in a clear finish that cre...
Colourful furnishings and timber accents, including larch panels in the ceiling, help to warm the atrium, visually. The...
The lower three floors of the building were gutted to create a large public atrium, with the concrete beams, reinforcing...
Greenery is also a feature of the office interiors, with plants integrated into storage units.
The work of local artists features prominently. This sculptural work titled Ripples II is by Neil Dawson.
A ceremonial forecourt highlights the entry to the new Christchurch City Council premises.
A Nga-i Tahu pouwhenua and a rippling water feature with bluestone pavers enhance the sense of journey and arrival.
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