In 1886 this former synagogue on Princes Street, Auckland, was built of poured concrete, using Roche lime produced locally near Warkworth. The mass concrete was then rendered internally and externally, a common finish for concrete buildings at the time.
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Photograph by Jeremy Salmond
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