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Shifting sands at Oriental Bay

posted 11.19 in news.

Oriental Bay 1959

In the past 100 years the “rotunda” at Wellington’s Oriental Bay has been buffeted not just by wild seas, but also the less predictable winds of change. Shifting needs, mores, and economies have seen the structure reinvented several times, and it’s about to happen all over again.

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EAA offer Pro Bono services in Queensland

posted 01.11 in news.

[ map ] MEDIA RELEASE 14.01.11 Please Circulate Emergency Architects Australia Offers Pro-bono Assistance of Building Professionals for Queensland Emergency Architects Australia (EAA) is a not-for-profit organization of construction...

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posted 01.11 in news.

UPDATED 14.11.11 After a devastating week in Queensland, thousands of houses and businesses are filled with brown water. In a week it will be toxic brown sludge. This will take months to sort out and the demand for transitional housing will be...

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