Two years after a quake damaged house was carefully dismantled and its materials distributed to artists here and overseas, those artists are about to put what they've created on show at Canterbury Museum as part of a project called Whole House Reuse.
The Buxton's 1920s weatherboard family home at 19 Admirals Way now lives on in around 400 artworks and artefacts. More than 250 people took up the challenge - from professional artists, craftspeople and architects, to school children and community organisations.
16 Mar 2014
How a demolished red zoned house in Christchurch is getting a whole new life - as many art works, in the Rekindle group's Whole House Reuse Project. We hear how it's all going to work from director… Audio
23 Mar 2014
We revisit the Whole House Reuse Project, where a red zoned Christchurch home is being turned into a multitude of artworks. Interested artists Tim Wigmore and David Trubridge explain why they're… Audio
25 May 2014
We bring you up to date with the Whole House Reuse project, where an entire ex red-zoned Christchurch house was dismantled and its bits are now being distributed amongst artists around the country… Audio