A survey of the work of New Zealand architect Philip Sherwood King between 1952 and 1967. King is best known for the design of laboratories for Meat Research (Ruakura) and Wool Research (Lincoln), but also designed some innovative modernist houses and contributed to the modern form of Rongotai airport at Wellington. Illustrated with contemporary and modern photos, and with line drawings for 14 representative projects.
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