The Arts Centre
The Christchurch Arts Centre is a hub for arts, crafts and entertainment in Christchurch, New Zealand. The Gothic Revival buildings date from 1877 and were formerly used by Canterbury College (now the University of Canterbury) and two of the city’s secondary schools so they are a significant part of the city’s history. The iconic collection of 23 heritage buildings suffered extensive damage in the 2010 and 2011 Canterbury earthquakes and are undergoing an extensive seven-year restoration programme. Warren & Mahoney Architects has been working on a carefully considered sympathetic restoration which has breathed life back into the building, to transform and revitalise one of New Zealand’s most significant heritage sites.
We were delighted to work with Warren and Mahoney Architects to supply matching black Tom Litter bins and practical stainless steel Spyra bike racks to complement the Arts Centre’s unique style. The Tom Litter bins are designed to be long lasting with all fixings made of stainless steel to ensure they withstand the elements. The bike racks are not only a practical solution but help to complete and enhance the surroundings.
|Architect||Warren & Mahoney Architects|