Pokapu-Kawarau, a proposed cultural centre in Queenstown, New Zealand.
The Auditorium forms the centre piece to the Remarkables Centre incorporating a playhouse, art gallery and library; which are arranged around a series of urban plazas and landscaped courtyards. The form of the Auditorium is inspired by the dramatic alpine landscape of the region with its jagged outline and angular geometry.

The interior of the Foyer has an organic cave-like character with faceted forms and natural light falling from above. The Auditorium seats 750 people and is designed to work as both a concert hall and a theatre, with a full fly tower. The interior employs an architectural language of origami-like folds and pleats and is finished in rich toned timber. It is composed as a collection of irregular shaped seating terraces which create a sense of intimacy within the audience and provide lateral reflecting surfaces for the Dynamic Symmetry concert acoustics. The chamber was conceived as a finely crafted and highly tuned musical instrument, harmonizing sculptural form and acoustical quality.