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Living Around Te Tātua a Riukiuta

Landscape rehabilitation and urban redevelopment of Three Kings

  • 15 August 2018
  • Author: Graeme Scott
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Living Around Te Tātua a Riukiuta
Richard Reid has published an article on Fletcher Residential’s proposed redevelopment of Three Kings Quarry.

 

The article provides an overview of Fletcher’s design within the context of the historic volcanic landscape of Te Tātua a Riukiuta (Three Kings Volcano), the city’s plans for residential intensification and the expectations of the local community. 

Richard also outlines his practice’s alternative design which was commissioned by Puketapapa Local Board in 2015.

The article covers the complex regulatory processes, provides comparative analysis of the different design approaches and comments on the outcome if Fletcher’s current plan is built.

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Company: ASC Architects Ltd

Core Discipline: Architecture

Professional Affiliations: FNZIA, Chair Urban Design Forum NZ

Qualifications: BArch(Hons) Auckland 1973

Areas of expertise: Architecture and Urban Design

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Company: ASC Architects Ltd

Core Discipline: Architecture

Professional Affiliations: FNZIA, Chair Urban Design Forum NZ

Qualifications: BArch(Hons) Auckland 1973

Areas of expertise: Architecture and Urban Design

Graeme Scott has been a Director of ASC Architects since 1981, playing a leading role in establishing the company’s design reputation. He has designed numerous public and corporate buildings over that time, and has won awards for many of them, including four from the New Zealand Institute of Architects.

Graeme has a strong interest in design in a New Zealand context and was Convener of the National Awards for Architecture for the New Zealand Institute of Architects in 1994 and 1995. He was a member of the NZIA Council and the Honorary Secretary for four years 1996 to1999, and currently chairs the design panel for Hobsonville Point.​​​

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