Magna Carta Christchurch: The Great Paper Model

Material relating to a Transitional Cities project, titled 'Magna Carta Christchurch: The Great Paper Model'. The project description reads, "Magna Carta Christchurch was a public workshop, open to everyone for free, that produced a co-created imaginative interpretation of the city in paper, chipboard and cardboard. Facilitated by Californian artist Kiel Johnson with a team of 20 architectural design students and graduate architects, hundreds of people of all ages contributed to the final result: a version of Christchurch that replete with stadia, rail infrastructure, treehouses, trebuchets, swings, dinosaurs, castles, even a Where's Wally!".

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12:30pm 20th November 2017