Aotea square cardboard city

The Wonderful World of Cardboard HOME's is an illuminated cardboard installation created with the help of school children who explore the idea of what makes a house a home. Photo: Dave Varley.

Cardboard city has arrived at Aotea Square.

Courtesy of an arrangement with four schools, an area of Aotea Square has been “white picket fenced” with ¬†The Wonderful World of Cardboard HOME’s, a veritable city of cardboard homes, from residential homes to city skyscrapers.

The Wonder Wonderful World of Cardboard HOME’s is an outdoor light up display of cardboard boxes. On from 18th March while weather holds, ¬†8.30pm until late.

All the boxes have been individually hand-cut by students from participating schools: St Joseph’s, East Tamaki, Halsey Drive Primary and Redoubt North Schools in conjunction with international artist Josephine Jowett.


Gallery:¬†Pictures of CardBoard City. [wonderplugin_gallery id=”74″]

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