Te Whariki

Earthwork have been involved in the Ngai Tahu residential development, Te Whariki, since 2012. The subdivision utilises a series of interconnected wetlands that link the unique cultural history and ecological characteristics of the site.  These wetlands are central to the overall sense of place. Memorial gardens, recreation reserves, nature walks, streetscape planting, and sculptural features aid in telling the unique story of Te Whariki, and provide a pleasant environment for visitors and residents.

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