Event Archive — 2022

Best of the Best Designers Speak® Christchurch - supported by Resene

The Best Design Awards are a major feature of the local design calendar and some of last year's winners are touring the country to offer first-hand insights into their projects.

This event is brought to you by Resene 

RTA Studio, Irving Smith Architects

Rich Naish, Jeremy Smith

SCION Innovation Hub - Te Whare Nui o Tuteata

Judge's comments: Te Whare Nui o Tuteata is a stunning piece of Aotearoa architecture, not only for its dense storytelling and design excellence but more importantly, what it stands for and the engagement process it undertook with science and mana whenua. An exciting blend of our modern world and tikanga principles. From its carbon-stored timber bone structure, to its Matariki lighting features, it demonstrates by example how the buildings of tomorrow, need to be considered and shaped.

Clemenger BBDO, Assembly, New Zealand Human Rights Commission

Emma Brown, Frances Cooke, Matt von Trott FDINZ, Andre Afamasaga

Voice of Racism

Most of us are more than willing to say we’re anti-racist. But how can we actively and successfully fight racism if we don’t know what it can sound like? The campaign was designed to show the harm of lots of ‘small’ moments of racism, particularly when lived along more overt and aggressive examples.

Motion Sickness, Wai Creative

Sam Stuchbury PDINZ, Katene Durie-Doherty DINZ (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Kauwhata, Kāi Tahu, Rongowhakaata, Rangitāne, Ngāti Raukawa)

Proud to Be Māori

Unapologetic, unwavering, and delivering a message of hope, resilience, and pride, ‘Proud to be Māori’ stands as an enduring body of work with deep cultural significance, and bears an everlasting relevance to the issues faced within Aotearoa.

Ariki Creative

Hori Mataki

Te Waiatatanga Mai o Ngā Atua

Te Runanga o Kaikoura in partnership with Waka Kotahi, Kiwi Rail and the North Canterbury Transport Infrastructure Recovery (NCTIR), led a team of creatives, artists and designers to produce artwork connecting purakau and whakapapa into the landscape of Kaikoura after the 2016 earthquakes.