This is our wooden depth map of Aotearoa - New Zealand.
In the east, the Chatham rise stretches all the way out towards the the Chatham islands, never dropping below 500m deep. Kaikoura sits just above this rise, and the deep gully makes it possible to see whales here close to shore. In the north-east corner sits the Kermadec trench, showing where the alpine fault line extends through.
Construction: All of our maps are designed and built in New Zealand. To achieve geographical precision each layer is laser cut, before being painted and assembled - all entirely by hand. Find out more about our maps here.
Details: Size: 390 x 450 mm, Plywood: Mahogany 3-ply
Layers: Sea level, -500m, -1000m, -2000m, -3000m, -4000m, -5000m, -6000m.