Jellicoe Harbour & Silo Park | Auckland New Zealand | Taylor Cullity Lethlean & Wraight + Associates
nice style and cozy sweater jacket
Silo Park Cinema Sessions in Auckland (between Downtown Auckland and the Harbour Bridge)
A touch of Venice is about to hit Auckland as plans progress for a new canal to be dug through the centre of Auckland's Wynyard Quarter
Colourful tanks at Wynyard Quarter, Auckland, New Zealand. Painted in Resene Paints by artist Askew, inspired by the words of poet C.K Stead.
Neat play space in Auckland at the Wynward Quarter
Carole's Chatter: Wynyard Quarter, Auckland - a funky part of town
5km Tuesday lunchtime run. This is my favourite sculpture that I encounter on my way through Wynyard Quarter. It’s called “Silt Line” and is a set of cast concrete tidal steps by Rachel Shearer & Hillery Taylor Architecture. I love looking at the steps disappear into the water and also the different shapes and heights of the steps themselves.
Activity-based working, where workers can change desks depending on what they are doing, pioneered by consultants Veldhoen Company of the Netherlands, dominates the design of Auckland's new waterfront ASB North Wharf. Derek Shortt, ASB's property manager, took Anne Gibson, Property Manager for the New Zealand Herald on a tour of the controversial new Wynyard Quarter HQ, criticised by some for its radical, cone-shaped roof feature and unusual appearance....
Metallic Sunscreen Leaves: ASB Head Office, Jellicoe Street, Wynyard Quarter - Sustainable building designed by BVN in association with Jasma
A new theatre complex in the Wynyard Quarter, sponsored by Auckland Theatre Company, is going to add a cultural element to the area. It is estimated to open in mid-june 2015.
Graffiti artist Askew One, aka Elliot O'Donnell, with his latest work done on the tanks at Wynyard Quarter.
ASB HQ, Wynyard Quarter, Auckland.. Exterior decks coated in Dryden WoodOil.... Interior ply panels coated in Dryden WoodMaster
Auckland Photo Gallery
Some #StreetArt at Wynyard Quarter that I saw on my 5.5km #MapMyRun today. These buoys are everywhere down there and I like the reminder that I'm running on reclaimed land.