Te Kaitaka

Pleased to see Te Kaitaka featured on ArchDaily.

“Our approach was to investigate an architectural language in conversation with the natural environment and local building traditions. Abstracted triangulated geometries and origami-like folds and cuts were employed to create a sculptural form that related strongly to the alpine landscape. This was articulated with reference to the forms and textures of the vernacular timber woolsheds of the area…”

Continued on ArchDaily…

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