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Sign Language-interpreted Gallery tour
Sign Language-interpreted Gallery tour

11.30am

Free

Join our knowledgeable volunteer guides for a NZSL-interpreted introduction to the art and architecture of the Gallery.

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Sign Language-interpreted Gallery tour
Sign Language-interpreted Gallery tour

11.30am

Free

Join our knowledgeable volunteer guides for a NZSL-interpreted introduction to the art and architecture of the Gallery. 

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Small homes and medium-density living
Small homes and medium-density living

6pm

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HOME magazine editor Jeremy Hansen discusses innovative ways of approaching small home and higher-density designs with Richard Naish of RTA Studio and Beth Cameron and Jae Warrander of Makers of Architecture, including images of some of their designs.

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Ken Crossan and Goran Paladin: The New Zealand Home
Ken Crossan and Goran Paladin: The New Zealand Home

3pm

Free

We love our homes, but what do we know about their heritage? The New Zealand Home, a popular TV One series, sees architect Ken Crosson guide radio sports host Goran Paladin through whare, state housing, and sophisticated and significant homes. During this special talk, Ken and Goran will describe what they learned as they travelled through New Zealand, and draw on their knowledge of New Zealand’s housing history to provide insights into where they believe the future of residential architecture in New Zealand might lie.

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Scott Cracknell and Alan Haywood: Eco transformations
Scott Cracknell and Alan Haywood: Eco transformations

3.30pm

Free

Find out from Context Architects how they transformed five sad, drab and leaky 1980's town houses into ultra modern high-performance eco-homes that sold for up to $1.61 million at The Block NZ auction. Hear from architect, Scott Cracknell, and sustainability consultant, Alan Haywood about their experiences at Meadowbank and how you can make your home warmer and healthier. 

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Panel discussion: The Sixteenth Acre Dream
Panel discussion: The Sixteenth Acre Dream

1pm

Free

As Auckland reluctantly relinquishes the quarter acre dream and transitions into higher density living, collaboration between designers of the built environment is increasingly important. But have they been succeeding? Can we do better? 

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Denmark Design Members Late Night
Denmark Design Members Late Night

6.30–9.30pm

Members $35, non-Members $85 (includes a one-year membership) Book now

At this Members Late Night, journalist and design-enthusiast Jeremy Hansen will talk with design curator Justine Olsen, interior designer Rufus Knight and architect Jon Rennie about how Scandinavian design aesthetics and principles continue to influence Aotearoa New Zealand today.

Denmark Design Members Late Night

6.30–9.30pm

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John Weeks Archive
John Weeks Archive
Production date
Unknown
Credit line
E H McCormick Research Library, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, gift of the Estate of Peter O'Connor, 2010
Accession no
RC2010/1

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