East Coast and the Volcanic Zone

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  • 1. ASB Bank

    Building/Architectural Site

    One of Napier's more notable buildings is at the corner of Hastings and Emerson streets. The Māori theme on the lintels is probably the country...Read More

  • 2. Bowman's Building

    Building/Architectural Site

    Erected in 1932, the Bowman's Building is a Louis Hay design in brick veneer with the characteristic eyebrow (brick or tiles, often curved,...Read More

  • 3. Daily Telegraph Building

    Building/Architectural Site

    Now a real-estate office, the Daily Telegraph Building is another Napier classic. It has almost all the deco style, incorporating zigzags, fountain...Read More

  • 4. Former Government Building

    Building/Architectural Site

    A decorative lighthouse pillar at the front takes on the almost-Gothic menace that art deco architecture sometimes has (picture New York's Chrysler...Read More

  • 5. Hildebrandt's Building

    Building/Architectural Site

    Hildebrandt's has an excellent frieze, which is best viewed from across Dalton Street. The original owner was a German who migrated to New Zealand...Read More

  • 6. Market Reserve Building

    Building/Architectural Site

    On Tennyson and Hastings, this was the first building to rise after the earthquake. Its steel metal frame was riveted, not welded, so that the...Read More

  • 7. Rothman's Building

    Building/Architectural Site

    A little over a kilometer (½ mile) north of the central core stands one of the area's finest deco edifices. The 1932 structure has been totally...Read More

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