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An article on Te Mirumiru has been featured in the December 2012 issue of the Home Review Magazine. Please click the link below for a copy of the article. Home Review December 2012 – Te…
SEC JV presented “YORKREATIVE – Rethinking the York Guildhall” to members of the York City Council and advisers.
This design for Te Mirumiru is an early childhood building for a Maori tribe (Ngāti Hine) in Kawakawa, New Zealand.
On a tight urban infill site in the heart of Remuera, constrained by height to boundary and site coverage rules, we worked within the Auckland City planning regulations to design this 4 bedroomed luxury house.
The design of the health centre, explores traditional Māori themes of creation, rongo?, and whenua. We have interpreted these themes to produce a modern architecture, rich in the culture of its place.
The building is located on the edge of the Papamoa Beach township and our brief was to create a design that captured the nostalgic kiwi beach (holiday house) feel.
The concept for this design for the Living and Learning Centre in Henderson came from watching the children at Mangere interacting with the coloured windows along the hallway.