Auranga Abodo Seating Pavilion
Collett, A.; Suckling, K.; Patel, Yusef
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Citation:Collett, A., Suckling, K., and Patel, Y. Auranga Abodo Seating Pavilion. Asylum, no. 1 (2022): 282–291. https://doi.org/10.34074/aslm.2022104
Permanent link to Research Bank record:https://hdl.handle.net/10652/5850
Sustainability within the built environment has become a significant issue with the design and fabrication of architecture. Construction waste is just one of many issues that need to be resolved. To tackle this problem, Unitec’s School of Architecture’s fabrication classes have integrated an approach to work with industry partners such as Abodo Wood and Made Group to design and deliver architectural products made out of construction waste. The results of the programme have led to students designing and producing a pavilion for the Auranga community in South Auckland. To ensure the most appropriate architectural outcome was produced, students worked with community representatives to design a functional structure that met the requirements of their selected site.
Keywords:Auranga (Auckland, N.Z.), Auckland (N.Z.), New Zealand, Unitec, Te Pūkenga courses, architecture students, street furniture, bike pods, digital fabrication, sustainable architecture, architecture education
ANZSRC Field of Research:390199 Curriculum and pedagogy not elsewhere classified, 330199 Architecture not elsewhere classified
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