Megan Wraight talks about the creation of the Christchurch costal pathway. A community initiated progam, the costal pathway will provide better connectivity, improve ecological health for the environment and meet the recreational needs of the community. It is an exciting architectural structure that will hold the cultural identity of Christchurch and be enjoyed for many generations.
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BY CAMIA YOUNG
@ VOL 18
ON MAR 27, 2014
Architecturaly trained urbanist, Camia Young introduces Studio Christchurch: a multi architecture school collaboration working on projects to help benefit the rebuild of Christchurch. She explains past projects, furture ideas and connected orgainsations such as Future Christchurch and Exchange Christchurch.
Looking Through the Pallets
BY RAFAELA BOLANOS
@ VOL 18
ON MAR 27, 2014
The Pallet Pavilion was a temporary community venue made of repurposed materials such as packing pallets. The week before it was dismantled and recycled the two event managers of the venue, Rafaela Bolanos and Rosaria Ferguson spoke to the PechaKucha audience as they sat in the venue about the diverse events that occupied the Pallet over two summers in Christchurch.
"Presentation of the Day" on April 28, 2014.
The Restoration of Heritage at the Arts Centre of Christchurch
BY ANDRE LOVATT
@ VOL 23
ON MAY 04, 2015
The Arts Centre in Christchurch is a neo-gothic campus, once hosting the local university, converted into a space for local artists to practise and showcase. Severely damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes, it is now going through an extensive restoration. Arts Centre CEO Andre Lovatt gives people an insight into the restoration of the Arts Centre, to explain what it is that they have been doing since the earthquakes, show the process visually and give an indication on the progress that is being made. Showing the love, care and attention that so many people are giving to their restoration work and how, when it is all done, the Arts Centre, and the Christchurch wider community, will be so much better for it.
BY RYAN INGRAM
Ryan Ingram is showcasing responsible tourism in Banyan Tree Hotels&Resorts to support sustainable development. The resort's five core believes in corporate social responsibility are implemented in the set up and successful management of Al Wadi nature reserve around it actively engaging community.
NZ's First Community Led Wind Farm Development
BY CHRIS FREEAR
@ VOL 25
ON OCT 30, 2015
A community own wind farm is in the making, just north of Dunedin, New Zealand. Chris Freear, the director of Bueskin Energy Limited tells us the story of how it became apparent that this community needed to take back its power over the energy they use
The antidote is community
BY SUMMER HESS
@ VOL 29
ON OCT 24, 2016
Community builder Summer Hess questions what you could do with sudden wealth, and how you could put it to good use. She shows an example with her work creating the Saranac building, a unique LEED platinum renovation of a historic building. The building is only part of the story and it is up to people to collectively imagine what ideas inhabit the space.