The Christchurch Style
“The Christchurch Style”: Selected atlas of brutalist structures in Ōtautahi Chirstchurch
The Christchurch Style is a limited edition hand produced zine that pulls together the dilettante practice of Ōtautahi designer Daniel Shaskey into a small snapshot of prominent brutalist public structures built in Christchurch between 1964 and 1984. Taking a glimpse of the careers of notable architects of the iconic “Christchurch Style” including Sir Miles Warren, Keith Mackenzie and Humphrey Hall, this book takes a romantic look at the straight lines and textured concrete of our city.
Words, images and design by Daniel Shaskey
Published by Crystal Palace Books 2020
150 x 200mm
Hand stitched and bound
Printed by Angus Donaldson
- Includes a selected brutalist Christchurch map insert.
- Each book has a different cover print
- Hand bound so each copy has it's own unique quality
- Exposed section sewn spine
Designed, printed and bound in Christchurch, New Zealand