The Hīhīaua Studio

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Bradbury, Matthew
Melchiors, Lucia
Wang, Xinxin
Byrd, Hugh
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2018-09-26
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Hīhīaua Peninsula (Whangarei, N.Z.)
Unitec courses
architecture education
landscape architecture education
Pacific Indigenous & Local Knowledge Centre of Distinction (PILCD) (Hīhīaua Peninsula, Whangarei, N.Z.)
waterfronts
waterfront architecture
community centres
art centres
architecture and culture
Pasifika
Hīhīaua Cultural Centre
tourist bureaux
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Bradbury, M., Melchiors, L. C., Wang, X., Byrd, H (eds). (2018). The HThTaua Studio. Unitec ePress. Retrieved from: https://www.unitec.ac.nz/epress/
Abstract
In 2016, the Momentum North Hīhīaua Community Group asked the Unitec Architecture Pathway to investigate the development of a new masterplan for the Hīhīaua Peninsula in Whangārei, Northland. This request became the basis of a twelve-week joint Landscape Architecture /Architecture studio project in 2017. The work resulting from the Hīhīaua Peninsula studio helped the community to develop their aspirations, and to produce an innovative urban design that proposes more sustainable development. Led by Unitec lecturers Matthew Bradbury, Dr Hugh Byrd, Lucia Melchiors and Xinxin Wang, this publication documents the students’ ingenious and broadly contextualised design schemes. Studio: Unitec Institute of Technology, 2017/1
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