Modernist, mid-century New Zealand homes

by Magdalena Linke
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Between the late 1930s and the late 1970s New Zealand was a hotspot of modernist architecture

A wonderful book by New Zealand-born, Montpellier-based photographer Mary Gaudin revisits some of the best of the modernists buildings in New Zaeland in their present state, exploring the way they “were and are lived in, as well as showing details of the designs and the materials used in their construction.” 14 key houses were selected for the purpose, ranging from early 1950s structures like Ernst Plischke’s Lang House to 1970s houses by John Scott and Ted Wood.