Moana Ki Toi is an interplay between people (their movements, behaviours, interests), land, and built form. How do natural and built forms facilitate activities of interaction within a community? Providing a network for the community of Houghton Valley, the design looks to the creek beneath the valley that travels from the summit down to the sea. The creek’s movements are imitated to aid interaction and kōrerorero for residents and visitors.
I am an artist, designer, photographer, creator living on the beautiful Wellington coast. I have a passion for all things creative and I love the moment when different creative practices intercept and creative boundaries are broken.