The building of the Otago Central Branch Railway on New Zealand's South Island led to the development of the city of Ranfurly. Within 40 years the Maniototo County Offices were relocated from Naseby which had been by-passed by the railway.
So we have these new offices built in 1935. Not much decoration but there is a horizontal band of plaques level with the top of the window panes each bearing three sets of three overlapping discs. There's that Art Deco 'rule of three' again.
Rural Art Deco Ranfurly Walk