Book Launch

BERNARD WINTON JOHNS

Five Decades of His Architecture

By Ann, Mark & Virginia Innes-Jones

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Book launch: Victoria University, (Te Aro campus) Faculty of Architecture and Design, 139 Vivian Street, (between Cuba and Taranaki Streets), Wellington

Date: Saturday 31 October 2015, at 2.00 p.m.

This book celebrates the architectural achievement of Bernard W Johns, an architect who influenced and changed the architectural landscape of Wellington and its region, for over half a century.

It contains biographical information, photographs, plans and the stories of those who commissioned works by this well known Wellington personality.

For over five decades, he was an active commentator on the developments of the region and along with his peers he helped revolutionize the manner in which we all live.

In this publication we explore the houses, apartments and commercial structures that this architect designed during his long career.

The book is a celebration of Bernard Johns’ architecture that we can all enjoy.

Publication October 2015

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Fabulous Faerie Folk

By Virginia Innes-Jones

Illustrated By Edward Hughes

FFF Book Cover

This Uniquely illustrated collection of Faerie Folk stories will inspire and Transport you into other parallel worlds. As they say you CAN have the best of both worlds.

The secret is ‘to be’ and to live in the now, to enjoy and capture a slice of this uplifting and captivating other world, allowing this to live on inside of you.

So come with me and travel to this world that lies so very close to you and within us all.

Copies only NZ$25 plus postage & packaging

Please e-mail your order to: thebachdoctorpress@vodafone.co.nz

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