Puzzling World 1999

Project Type

Commercial - Tourism and Leisure



Project Detail

Condon Scott Architects were engaged as the architects for Puzzling World, a tourist attraction in Wanaka, New Zealand. This was a unique architectural commission, a fun challenge.

Stuart Landsborough's Puzzling World has evolved over 30 years into a series of complex spaces and forms that house an extensive collection of illusions. Puzzling World has been an ongoing process of giving built form to the challenging ideas of the owner's imagination and creativity. These ideas include: The Tumbling Towers - (containing the Tilt room), the Hologram Room, the Following Faces Room, the Ames Room, the Roman Toilets, the Tea Rooms (with mirrored ceilings and winding roof) and the Leaning Tower.


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