The neoclassical Auckland War Memorial Museum is one of New Zealand’s most important museums and war memorials. It’s one of the few New Zealand buildings that can be considered truly “iconic”. The museum sits on a grassed plinth, the remains of a dormant volcano, in the heart of Auckland’s Domain.
The Waterview Connection project will also integrate road bridges, cycleways and pedestrian bridges within a suite of urban design, landscaping and environmental enhancements. Urbanlogic assisted on the urban design and landscape team with Boffa Miskell and the Well-Connected Alliance.
Urbanlogic were appointed by Taupo District Council to develop the masterplan for the Taupo's waterfront edge and to create an new vibrant flexible space, the masterplan showed that the design not only showcases how flexible spaces can be adapted, but is a highly sculptural landscape as a focus and unifying many different art elements.
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