I never met a straight line I didn't like, book by Mary Gaudin and Matt Arnold

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A collaboration between Matthew Arnold and photographer Mary Gaudin, I never met a straight line I didn’t like tells the fascinating story of Christchurch’s mid-century modern movement by showcasing 12 homes built in Ōtautahi between 1962 and 1973.

The homes featured are just a small representation of the style and architects of the period. They remain as intact examples of the ideas, materials and optimism of the time. 

Straight line is a great gift for lovers of architecture or Christchurch's build history. It is inspiring and beautiful to dip into.

About the creators

Mary Gaudin is a New Zealand born photographer currently based in the south of France. Her focus is on architecture and interiors, preferring to use her medium-format film camera whenever possible. 

Matt Arnold runs Lyttelton based web design studio, Sons & Co and is actively involved in the architectural history and heritage of Ōtautahi with his website Christchurch Modern.

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