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ISTHMUS: Te Kaapuia o Te Waoku | 愉景花园已将植物园的一小块用地转变为儿童及其家庭的重要活动中心,以更多地了解自然界及其社区。 材料的选择反映了花园的主要主题,即植物可以通过多种方式为我们提供帮助。 展馆的挡土墙,覆层和室内饰面,座椅,甲板结构以及竹水竞赛中使用的是木质产品形式的植物材料。 建筑小屋使用简单的“花园棚”建筑材料。 没有明显的图案,也没有增加本土植物的调色板(例如环绕入口的脚趾和harakeke),栅栏栅栏,亭阁tukutuku风格的木条以及沿沟渠的houhere / lacebark屏幕,都带来了微妙的诠释 和身份作为rohe的一部分。% a  p: q1 T9 y3 K3 j
ISTHMUS: Te Kaapuia o Te Waoku | The Discovery Garden has transformed a little used area of the Botanic Garden into a vital activity centre for children and their families to learn more about the natural world and their community. Material choices are reflective of the garden鈥檚 main theme 鈥?the many ways plants can be helpful to us. Plant materials, in the form of timber products, are employed in the retaining walls, cladding and interior finishes of the Pavilion and seating, deck structures and in the bamboo water race. Simple 鈥榞arden shed鈥?building materials are used in the Construction Hut. Without obvious patterning, and adding to the palette of indigenous plants (such as toe toe and harakeke that encircle the entrance), palisade fencing, tukutuku-inspired timber battens of the pavilion, and houhere/lacebark screens along the trench, all bring subtle interpretation and identity to the Garden as part of the rohe.* ?7 n/ f& |# ^0 d
               
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/ A  V" _3 F, E% z( Z4 SBringing this vision to life required a strong working relationship with the Botanic Garden specialist staff and the Friends of the Garden. First steps were to confirm the variety of species that would match the challenges posed by the site – a steeply sloped spur exposed to all winds; and to determine how plants for food, fibre, construction and medicine could be sourced, and then grouped in microclimates. Equally important was to find comfortable spots for people – with provision of shade, shelter, water, seating for our elders/kaumatua, and the best accessibility the site could offer. The smaller-scaled spaces inherent to the design will help bring people together and encourage greater community connections.* W6 s  `! R/ A7 m
               
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While beautiful, this garden is clearly meant to be touched, smelled, picked, at times cut, and frequently climbed over. The collection is playfully arranged to bring new meaning to the terms 鈥榝ast foods,鈥?鈥榠ncredible edibles鈥? 鈥榟ealthy dye鈥?and 鈥榞rowing wild鈥? Located on a steep and exposed hillside, the challenge quickly turned opportunity (as often happens in Wellington) – working with slope to optimise access, shelter and interest, using built elements on and in the land.
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. ^& W8 @2 X* |, a6 q- E8 Z鈥淭e Kaapuia o Te Waoku 鈥?We are all part of nature. The Discovery Garden is an amazing living classroom where curious minds can explore and learn about the natural world. We鈥檒l be focusing on the fantastic uses of plants 鈥?for food, fibre, medicine, and construction.鈥?/em>3 x- ]& ^, n2 k. W3 @
鈥?Wellington City Council
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Short Office name: ISTHMUS
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Role of the office in the project: Landscape Architect and Architect
2 x- M5 q/ x- x' B1 u8 B8 nProject location: Wellington Botanic Garden, Wellington, New Zealand
( A7 W' B& g- T8 EDesign year: 2014-2016
5 T5 S- I* H! M3 _) E* r: aYear Built: 2016-2017
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