AMP Society Building
|AMP Society Building|
|Architectural style||Italian renaissance|
|Location||86-90 Customhouse Quay, Wellington, New Zealand|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Clere & Clere (F de J and E H de J)|
|Main contractor||Clere & Clere|
The Australian Mutual Provident society was founded in 1849 and established a branch on Featherston Street, Wellington in 1871. The AMP Society Building was built in 1928, and features a classical facade of grey New Zealand granite and sandstone from the Hawkesbury River in New South Wales.
It is currently occupied by the Sport New Zealand and other government entities.
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