Not far from New Zealand’s Parliament is the largest wooden office building in the world. It started life as general government offices and even housed the Cabinet Office, but nowadays it’s the Victoria University Law Faculty.
Despite appearances, the building is entirely wooden, which makes it a serious fire risk: in fact it operated a no-smoking rule from its very first day!
Inside there’s a wonderful maze of interconnecting staircases:
Happily they preserve the Cabinet Room: in fact they even put a sign up to stop students eating their lunches there…