Heath, Eric Walmsley 1923- :Architect's impression of windgate for city. - "I thought we were going to abolish drift netting!" [5 October 1989].
Reference Number: B-145-511
Shows two men in the foreground discussing a huge wire net strung between two buildings; in it are caught a score of people and some crashed vehicles.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Susan Margaret Piper, Michael Donn, The Dominion (Newspaper. 1907-2002), Eric Walmsley Heath, Wellington City Council, Wellington City, Fishing, Civil engineering - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Winds.
Heath, Eric Walmsley 1923- :[Cartoons for the "Dominion" concerning local Wellington issues. 1985 - 1992]., Reference Number B-145-488/518 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 original cartoon(s)Ink 246 x 330m, on paper 316 x 484 mm.. Horizontal imageSingle art work
Historical Notes: The cartoon related to a project in which Wellington City Council commissioned Victoria University of Wellington's School of Architecture to come up with solutions to the problem of wind gusting along Courtenay Place. The project was led by Michael Donn. The group came to the conclusion that a wall across the street was the only way to block the wind, and supplied drawings showing a wind gate, essentially a wall with holes to allow traffic through. The idea was promoted for some time by Councillor Sue Driver, but was eventually shelved.
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - bottom left: [Signed]
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