Programmatic Peninsula

Steven Lin Programmatic Peninsula is a speculative investigation into how zoning operates as an organisational tool. Specifically targeting Rosebank Peninsula as the site of interrogation, this project unveils the conflicts of urbanism currently occurring. Responses are generated from these conflicts

Programmatic Peninsula

Steven Lin Programmatic Peninsula is a speculative investigation into how zoning operates as an organisational tool. Specifically targeting Rosebank Peninsula as the site of interrogation, this project unveils the conflicts of urbanism currently occurring. Responses are generated from these conflicts

Remediating the Whau

Vinni Paget This project addresses the serious issue of heavy-metal contamination within the Whau River. Heavy-metal contamination harms the aquatic ecosystem, reducing the possibility to positively utilise this natural resource. A recently developed technology called ‛phytoremediation’ may prove to be

Remediating the Whau

Vinni Paget This project addresses the serious issue of heavy-metal contamination within the Whau River. Heavy-metal contamination harms the aquatic ecosystem, reducing the possibility to positively utilise this natural resource. A recently developed technology called ‛phytoremediation’ may prove to be

Industrial Recreation

Zee Shake Lee Industrial Recreation explores the possibility of expanding zoning categories through threading ‛living’ and ‛leisure’ programmes within the Span Farm industrial zone. Span Farm is an anomalous area on the western banks of the Whau River. Technically fringed

Industrial Recreation

Zee Shake Lee Industrial Recreation explores the possibility of expanding zoning categories through threading ‛living’ and ‛leisure’ programmes within the Span Farm industrial zone. Span Farm is an anomalous area on the western banks of the Whau River. Technically fringed

Whau-Bridge River-Park

Herman Haringa The Whau River has played a significant part in Auckland’s history, originally used by the Māori as a portage between the Waitematā Harbour and Manukau Harbour. It was later used by the early colonial settlers as a means

Whau-Bridge River-Park

Herman Haringa The Whau River has played a significant part in Auckland’s history, originally used by the Māori as a portage between the Waitematā Harbour and Manukau Harbour. It was later used by the early colonial settlers as a means

Te Waitahurangi Loop

Hannah Ryan With a continually rising population (an expected increase of 10,000 people in New Lynn alone by 2031), the requirement for new open space is undeniable.[1] New Lynn is anticipating the generation of one new park, but with population

Te Waitahurangi Loop

Hannah Ryan With a continually rising population (an expected increase of 10,000 people in New Lynn alone by 2031), the requirement for new open space is undeniable.[1] New Lynn is anticipating the generation of one new park, but with population

Much Ado About Pylons

Sophia Whoi Seung Kim Power pylons were built along the Whau River corridor in the 1940s to transmit power from Otahuhu to Henderson, and remain as a crucial part of the national electricity grid.[1] These pylons have always been associated

Much Ado About Pylons

Sophia Whoi Seung Kim Power pylons were built along the Whau River corridor in the 1940s to transmit power from Otahuhu to Henderson, and remain as a crucial part of the national electricity grid.[1] These pylons have always been associated

Amphibious Living

Chia Venn Khoo (KCV) Any river is really a summation of a whole valley. It shapes not only the land, but also the life and culture of the valley. To think of any river as nothing but water is to

Amphibious Living

Chia Venn Khoo (KCV) Any river is really a summation of a whole valley. It shapes not only the land, but also the life and culture of the valley. To think of any river as nothing but water is to