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A History of the City in Landscape

This is the first part of a project looking into the built history of the corner of Kilmore and Durham Streets in Ōtautahi.

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Location:
Ōtautahi

Iwi:
The Arcades Pathway Project by Te Pūtahi had informal input from Matapopore and Aroha Reriti-Crofts of Ngāi Tūāhuriri

Nga Aho practitioner:
Rosie Evans

A History of the City in Landscape

This is the first part of a project looking into the built history of the corner of Kilmore and Durham Streets in Ōtautahi. The second part of the project will form my architectural thesis and will explore past and potential design responses to public and iwi consultation (for The Arcades Pathway project) on the site adjacent Victoria Square - previously the Park Royal, with a view to exploring the nuances of cross-cultural co-design in a post-earthquake context.
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