Tonbridge Mews, designed by Peter Beaven in 1973–74, is built around a series of courtyards in Merivale, Christchurch. It was inspired by the Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings designed by Benjamin Mountfort more than a century earlier.
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University of Canterbury
by Duncan Shaw-Brown
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