Hetohu

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Behind the design of He Tohu

5.15pm for 5.30pm start, to 7pm, Tuesday 31 October 2017

Free

Te Ahumairangi (ground floor), National Library, corner Molesworth and Aitken Streets

The unique journey that made He Tohu

Come and hear the lead designers and architects talk about the unique journey into and through concept development, design and construction of the award-winning He Tohu exhibition.

He Tohu, showcasing three of our nation’s founding documents, demonstrates what is possible through cross-cultural collaboration in all stages of a design project from concept to delivery.

The exhibition gives voice to both The Crown and Māori in a compelling and considered way, reflective of our Treaty partnership, and reflected in a space rich in aesthetic, story and meaning.

Bernard Makoare carving for the exhibition.

About the speakers

James McLean is a director of Story Inc, a Wellington-based company that creates visitor experiences in New Zealand and around the world.

Evžen Novák is a founding director of Studio Pacific Architecture, a Wellington based practice well known for its award winning architectural work.

Bernard Makoare (Te Uri o Hau, Ngāti Whātua, Te Waiariki, Te Kaitutae) is a prominent Tai Tokerau carver who completed some key design elements and taonga for He Tohu.

Space is limited, so book your spot by emailing events.natlib@dia.govt.nz

RSVP via email