A series of 12 architectural illustrations of Christchurch heritage buildings by NZ graphic designer Hamish Thompson.
High quality A4 size fine art print on white 210gsm smooth matte art paper, using Epson UltraChrome archival inks.
Supplied with a backing board and info sheet, and ready to frame.
The band rotunda was given to the city in 1929 by Thomas Edmonds as part of the commemoration activities that marked his 50 years of business in Christchurch. It was converted into a restaurant in 1986, ending its days as the upmarket Retour Restaurant.
The rotunda was significantly damaged in the February 2011 earthquake and suffered further structural damage and significant land damage in aftershocks.
The rotunda is listed as a group 2 protected place in the Christchurch city plan and registered with the New Zealand Historic Places Trust as a category 2 historic place.
It has been deconstructed, but the dome has been saved for a future purpose.
This product is Made in NZ