New Zealand High Commission
Client – New Zealand Government
Architect – Sir Miles Warren
Area – 7 acres
Cost – 1 crore
Construction year –  1991-1992

New Zealand High Commission compound is situated in Diplomatic area of Chanakyapuri Delhi. The 7 acres site had many indigenous tree species of Delhi ridge.

New Zealand High commission designed in 1990, has new colonial style of architecture.

The compound houses an official residence, chancery and 4 senior management houses. The public garden is formal in nature, while individual house gardens are informal. The landscape is mainly evergreen.

The semicircular main entry pergola, done in red sand stone leads to chancery on one side and official residence on the other. The use of traditional materials both in hard landscape and softscape help to blend it with the surroundings.

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