Public art: Embed artwork into the fabric of the site and combine fun with function
Artwork which is appropriate to the local context has been incorporated within this glass panelling to assist in shading from the sun.
Text-based artwork has been integrated within these public steps. The text references the adjacent public library and helps to create a strong sense of place.
Strong colour contrasted nosings would improve the safety on the stairs, particularly for those with low vision.
This artwork doubles as variable seating and helps to create a distinct visual landmark.
This artwork, which spells out a phrase in Te reo Māori, also acts as seating on within the shared space.
This canpoy provides shelter for users whilst doubling as public art within an art gallery.
The canopy and its supports represent the traditional narrative of Tāne Mahuta as deity of the extensive forest areas that cloaked much of Tāmaki Makaurau prior to establishment of the city.