Visit Rāpaki marae, University of Canterbury and Ara Institute of Canterbury buildings, and inner-city public spaces and buildings to discover the diverse range of architecture and designed landscapes used by Māori and other communities.
The day includes a formal pōwhiri at Rāpaki marae and a packed lunch sponsored by Metalcraft Roofing. We will be accompanied by leading local Māori architect Perry Royal (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Raukawa) and landscape architect Debbie Tikao of Matapopore.
The day is suited to anyone with a keen interest in architecture and/or te ao Māori.
The bus departs from and returns to the central city and some walking is involved.
$80+bf (total of $87.17, incl GST) - tickets available now on Eventbrite. https://teputahi.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=76c1a665f1ae93c5e2254b13d&id=72f838acb5&e=532b5a61fc
This event is presented by Te Pūtahi – Christchurch centre for architecture and city-making in association with Matapopore. We are grateful for the advice and contribution of Perry Royal. Lunch is kindly sponsored by Metalcraft Roofing. The event is supported by Christchurch City Council as part of the Beca Christchurch Heritage Festival 7-28 October 2019.
For registered architects this event attracts 60 CPD points