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Napier Art Deco City poster campaign.The Art Deco Caital, by Stephen Fuller. Napier City, New Zealand, destroyed in 1931 by a powerful earthquake, was completely rebuilt in the style of the time.

The Art Deco Capital. Poster by Stephen Fuller, Napier City, N., for the Napier "Art Deco City" campaign. Destroyed in 1931 by a powerful earthquake, the city was completely rebuilt in the style of the time.

MOTAT Aviation Display Hall / Studio Pacific Architecture

MOTAT Aviation Display Hall / Studio Pacific Architecture

studio pacific architecture / motat aviation display hall - Acoustic Panels and Bench

Triplanes in New Zealand

A re-enactment of the World War I German "Flying Circus" of Fokker Dr.I "Dreidecker" tri-planes led by the Red Baron, Manfred von Richthofen.

New Zealand Sent a 3D-Printed Rocket to Space #3dprinted #rocket #space #shuttle #technology #vexmatech

New Zealand Sent a Rocket to Space

Interior of the Wellington Airport International Terminal

Wellington Airport International Passenger Terminal designed by Studio Pacific Architecture icw Warren and Mahoney

Royal New Zealand Air Force's Boeing Canada PB2B-1 Catalina flying boat NZ 4051 KN-H in the water beside the floating crane Hikitia. Photograph taken ca 7 February 1950 by an Evening Post photographer.

Royal New Zealand Air Force's Boeing Canada Catalina flying boat NZ 4051 KN-H in the water beside the floating crane Hikitia. Photograph taken ca 7 February 1950 by an Evening Post photographer.

787 dreamliner

Air New Zealand now owns the world's first Boeing Dreamliner, having formally taken deliver of the next-gen jet in Seattle on Tuesday evening (US time). The Kiwi carrier will fly the Boeing .

https://flic.kr/p/ThXCr4 | Randle C. Conrad | A replica Airco (Aircraft Manufacturing Company) DH.2 pusher aircraft at Omaka Aerodrome in New Zealand. The DH.2 was the second aircraft designed for Airco by Geoffrey de Havilland.

A replica Airco (Aircraft Manufacturing Company) pusher aircraft at Omaka Aerodrome in New Zealand. The was the second aircraft designed for Airco by Geoffrey de Havilland.

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