Design DirectorsEvzen Novak, James McLean, Emily Loughnan, Regan Grafton
Team MembersPeter Mitchell, Whare Timu, Lisa Webb, Dorian Minty, Ellie Compton, Julie Stewart, Marc Woodbury, Michael Davis, Mitch McTaggart, Samantha Zondag, Tim Denee, Emma Martin, Marc McHardy, Richard Loseby, Danny Carlsen, Joesph Qiu, Dave Preece, Dan Spartaru, Darran Wong Kam, Steve La Hood, Sean Cannon, Crystal Jones, Henry Thrush, Alexandra Collinson, Spencer Levine, Kate Manson, Briar Barry, Cristina Campos, Tex McIntosh
ContributorsMaori Technical Advisory Group, Nga Iwi Maori Leaders Group, Hinerangi Himiona, Jade Hohaia, Cliff Whiting, Bernard Makoare, Martin Spencer
ClientDepartment of Internal Affairs
The ‘He Tohu’ exhibition, showcasing three of our nation’s founding documents, demonstrates what is possible through cross-cultural collaboration in all stages of a design project from concept to delivery. He Tohu gives voice to both The Crown and Māori in a compelling and considered way, reflective of our Treaty partnership, and reflected in a space rich in aesthetic, story and meaning.
The judges wish to note the extensive contribution of all those involved, but in particular that of the late Dr Cliff Whiting ONZ who passed away in July. This is one of many projects of national significance Cliff has left his tohu on. Moe mai rā e te rangatira, moe mai, moe mai.