A fantastic publication titled 'Down the long driveway, you'll see it' by photographer Mary Gaudin, text written by Matthew Arnold.
This is a book of pictures of modernist, mid-century New Zealand homes. The houses aren't new, they’re old and lived in. They can be a little dusty, slightly worn around the edges and all have what antique dealers like to call “patina”. But they’re perfect in the minds of the people who live in them because of what they represent, which when designed, was a better way of living.
Mary Gaudin is a New Zealand photographer living in Montpellier, France.Hardcover, 336 pages, 23cm x 30cm