New Scientist , Tue Apr 24, 2018 16:57:10New Scientist is pleased to present a special episode featuring the views from the heavens.
This episode features some of the finest views from New Zealand, including the spectacular views from Mount Cook, the Mount Wakatipu Hills, Mount Kinloss and the Mount Tawara.
We’ve also featured some of New Zealand’s best outdoor art and architecture.
This is a special special episode of New Scientist, and we want you to come and enjoy it too.
You can read the episode on New Scientist’s website or on Apple Podcasts, or subscribe on Apple Music.
This episode was produced by BBC Future’s Rachel Leighton, and music by the New Zealand Orchestra.
The New Zealand Pavilion at Mt Cook is the official venue for the 2018 International Festival of Architecture and New Zealand (IFANZ).
The programme, which has been in place for more than 30 years, is the premier festival of architecture in New Zealand and features exhibitions, lectures, a festival of architectural history, a celebration of the arts and a programme for people from all walks of life to enjoy.
You’ll be able to hear more about IFANZ on BBC Future Radio.
For more information about the Festival of Architectural History, visit:The Mt Cook Pavilion has hosted several exhibitions in recent years, including: