Wellington's best and worst nooks and crannies

Last updated 05:00 27/11/2012

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The Architectural Centre is asking Wellingtonians to vote for the best and worst nooks and crannies around the city.

Nominations closed in September and a shortlist has been created here architecture.org.nz for the public to vote.

The finalists are:

BEST
❏ The City to Sea bridge nooks.
❏ Kumutoto stream mouth seating.
❏ Mount Street Cemetery (Victoria University Kelburn campus).
❏ The Port Nicholson Marina (including boatsheds and slipway).

WORST
❏ Cavernous bit between the Wellington Public Library and Wellington City Council buildings.
❏ Leftover space under the proposed Basin flyover.
❏ Pointless balconies on city apartments (including Southern Cross Apartments and City Lodge Apartments).
❏ Seating in Te Aro Park.

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