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Simple yet striking in a contemporary exterior of concrete, aluminium in 'Electro Black Ace Flat' and glass, this Christchurch abode speaks volumes. As does the 407sqm interior. With its free-flowing spaces and masses of floor-to-ceiling glazing, the home’s intentions are clear – to deliver easy family living and uninterrupted views.
Christchurch’s All Souls Church, in the suburb of Merivale, is a testament to the will of the city and the enduring spirit of its people. It isn’t just an architectural highlight of the new Garden City, but the representation of a difficult journey with a happy ending.
The Presbyterian Church and Community Centre is known to locals as The Village. A village needs a central meeting place, where people gather learn, share and worship. The church is part of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand, but The Village is very much in the community (Bryndwr, Christchurch). The church elders and parishioners made the hard decision to build a new church, and retain the current community hall post earthquake. With this decision came fund-raising and sticking to a budget as non-profit organisations do.
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