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John Scott : works / David Straight.

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Massey University Press, 2019Description: 335 pages : colour illustrations ; 27 cm.Content type: still image | text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780995109520; 0995109524.Other title: John Scott works.Subject(s): Scott, John, 1924-1992 | Modern movement (Architecture) -- New Zealand | Architects -- New Zealand | Architecture, Modern -- 20th century | Architect-designed houses -- New Zealand | Architectural photography | Kaihoahoa whareDDC classification: 720.92 Summary: This handsome book is a rich and loving tribute to the work and cultural significance of one of New Zealand's most influential but least well-documented architects, John Scott (1924-1992). Over 25 projects, from Scott's famous Futuna Chapel to the Werry House and the Maori Battalion Hall to the Martin House are beautifully photographed. With essays by Douglas Lloyd Jenkins, Hana Scott, Bill McKay and Greg O'Brien.
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This handsome book is a rich and loving tribute to the work and cultural significance of one of New Zealand's most influential but least well-documented architects, John Scott (1924-1992). Over 40 projects, from Scott's famous Futuna Chapel and the Werry House to the Aniwaniwa Visitor Centre and the Martin House, are beautifully photographed by David Straight. With essays by Douglas Lloyd Jenkins, Hana Scott, Bill McKay and Julia Gatley, and Gregory O'Brien.

"The Warren Trust", "New Zealand Institute of Architects Incorporated", Friends of Futuna Chapel"--Colophon.

This handsome book is a rich and loving tribute to the work and cultural significance of one of New Zealand's most influential but least well-documented architects, John Scott (1924-1992). Over 25 projects, from Scott's famous Futuna Chapel to the Werry House and the Maori Battalion Hall to the Martin House are beautifully photographed. With essays by Douglas Lloyd Jenkins, Hana Scott, Bill McKay and Greg O'Brien.