An Eye for Detail: the Dallard years
Keywords:Prisons – Design and construction, 20th century, History, New Zealand, Interior Architecture
It is often considered that the 1930s was a mundane period in the history of New Zealand prison architecture. This paper re-evaluates this conclusion by examining the specific aspect of prison interior architecture and the incremental changes that occurred to prison buildings during this period of New Zealand's prison history.
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McCarthy, C. (2021). An Eye for Detail: the Dallard years. Architectural History Aotearoa, 18, 117–125. https://doi.org/10.26686/aha.v18i.7374