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An example of modern French architecture: Chapelle des Diaconesses in Versailles, France, by French architect Marc Rolinet.

An example of modern French architecture: Chapelle des Diaconesses in Versailles, France, by French architect Marc Rolinet.

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Inside Chapelle des Diaconesses.

Inside Chapelle des Diaconesses.

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This exhibition aims to create an original space in which the vision of leading French architects encounters the New Zealand perspective of sustainability in architecture. The exhibition gives an insight into high-profile architecture projects in the Paris area, with the architects conveying their proposals for sustainable building.

Generously supported by the Alliance Francais.

Presented by the Auckland branch of the New Zealand Institute of Architects, this exhibition is just one in a series of lectures, activities and events, happening from October 23rd to 30th at a number of locations. To find out more about Auckland Architecture Week, click here.


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