13 August 2006
A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to be able to vist the Rothmans building in Napier with a bunch of my friends. One of Napier's finest examples of Louis Hay's Art Deco architecture. These are a few of the pictures that I took on that day. I really wish I had taken more, the building was stunning. The level of detail is astounding. Right down door hinges and screw heads. I would like to try a copy of the leadlight window to replace one of the panes in our lounge. I have already used the rose design as a basis for the quilting pattern for my Napier Rose quilt.