• Museum Project – Architects explain why the restoration is such a complex process

    Friday, 23 November 2018

    Matt and Bernard explain the complexities of working on one of the country’s iconic buildings, Rotorua Museum, two years after it closed its doors after the Kaikoura earthquake. They tell us why each design decision for the building has to be carefully researched and assessed. For more information about the…

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  • Museum Project – Architects explain their previous experience in working on Rotorua Museum

    Wednesday, 21 November 2018

    In recognition of two years since the Rotorua Museum closed its doors, Matt Davy and Bernard Needham tell us about their part in restoring the Bath House building, home to Rotorua Museum. DPA Architects worked on alterations to the museum in 1997 while Bernard tells us about his first visit…

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  • Museum Project – Hear from the architects about why they were keen to be involved in this project

    Sunday, 18 November 2018

    Today marks two years since the closure of the Rotorua Museum doors following the Kaikoura earthquake. Architects, Matt and Bernard, who’ve been appointed to help with restoring the Museum’s heritage Bath Housing building, tell us why they wanted to be involved. You can find out what’s happened over the past…

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  • Architect appointed for restoration and development of Rotorua Museum

    Thursday, 27 September 2018

      DPA Architects, with previous experience refurbishing Rotorua Museum, has been appointed to carry out the design work for the restoration of the heritage Bath House building, with help from local firm, Carling Architects. Rotorua Lakes Council’s Arts and Culture manager, Stewart Brown, says restoration work is due to get…

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  • Rotorua Museum – A complex process

    Monday, 13 August 2018

    Roof tiles have been a hot topic amongst the team working alongside Heritage New Zealand on the upcoming restoration of Rotorua Museum. The need to maintain the heritage integrity of the building means every aspect of the work to be undertaken must be carefully considered. It is coming up to…

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