Twenty-one Auckland architects have signed a letter saying no convincing case has been made for demolishing the Queens Wharf cargo sheds.
The two sheds are to be replaced with a $9.6 million temporary structure to be used as Rugby World Cup "party central" and a cruise ship terminal.
"The Queens Wharf sheds are among the few good examples of early industrial architecture left in Auckland," says the letter, written by architect David Mitchell and signed by 20 colleagues.
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