Cambridge Pharmacy, 59 Cambridge Terrace (1932)

This building was constructed in 1932 for the Pharmacy Board of New Zealand. The architect was Stanley Fearn, whose best- known work is probably the former Salvation Army Hostel on Aro Street (with Austen Quick).

 When opened the building had ground floor shops, a flat and the Board’s purpose-built areas, including a lecture room and laboratory.

This is a restrained but very competent Art Deco design.