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Exploring Te Aranga Design Principles in Tāmaki

This is a report "Exploring Te Aranga Design Principles in Tāmaki" which was developed in 2016 under the supervision of Diane Menzies. The report discusses how the Te Aranga Design Principles can be embedded through procurement policies.

Nga Aho practitioner:
Jacqueline Paul

Resources:
TeArangaReport2016

Exploring Te Aranga Design Principles in Tāmaki

The scope of this study, is to strive towards understanding the Te Aranga Design Principles and the ways in which they might be useful and applicable in the development of policy and design for residential development in the Tāmaki Area. In what ways will this approach demonstrate how Tāmaki might express Māori place, place attachment, and community cohesion? What methods or approaches might be used to recognise Māori and community values? This study will also suggest how the Te Aranga Design Principles can be embedded through procurement, and develop a framework to translate into the design process and contracts for Tāmaki Regeneration Company.
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