Aotearoa New Zealand is a bicultural nation, and our city and infrastructure design must reflect that. As city designers, we need to build for future generations. Building this way fits very naturally with a Māori worldview around whanaungatanga and kaitiakitanga.

Join panellists Troy BrockbankPattle Delamore PartnersJade KakeMatakohe Architecture + UrbanismTyrone NewsonKiwi Property and Rau Hoskins, designTRIBE in this free, 2.5 hour event at Aureon in Auckland this month as they discuss how to collaborate with Māori architects, artists, designers, and the community to ensure that our infrastructure and buildings really reflect our cultural narrative and identity.

”A Tikanga Māori approach to creating future-ready and resilient cities”

3.30pm – 6pm, Thursday 29 July, Aurecon, Auckland

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