The Manchester Unity Building in central Christchurch was designed by Peter Beaven in 1964. It was deliberately different from other such towers designed by modernist architects elsewhere in New Zealand and was the beginning of a distinctive post-war Christchurch architecture. This image was taken shortly after completion.
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Private collection, Peter Beaven
by Mannering & Associates Ltd, Christchurh
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