You may have noticed the latest issue of Idealog on the newsstands (or in your letter box if you're a subscriber, and for that we applaud you). On the dashing cover we pose the question: In the largest build in the history of New Zealand, what does $40 billion buy for Christchurch? We also talk to Graham Henry about business and rugby, share how you too can build an app, and profile some of our favourite bearded business men.
In the Christchurch story (turn to page 26), we feature a couple of photographs from the newly-released Shigeru Ban: Cardboard Cathedral (Auckland University Press, RRP$59.99) – the book takes us behind the building of Christchurch's Cardboard Cathedral, with architectural plans and striking photographs of the construction and completed building.
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