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Former Tereora pupil returns as an architect

Friday 19 January 2018 | Published in Local

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Former Tereora pupil returns as an architect
The much-acclaimed Mutotara House, in Muriwai, Auckland, was designed by TOA Architects. 18011802

A New Zealand architect who attended high school in Rarotonga has returned to work on local projects, and says he hopes to find opportunities to use modern pre-fabricated and modular construction technologies to efficiently produce buildings appropriate for the Cook Islands.

A New Zealand architect who attended high school in Rarotonga has returned to work on local projects, and says he hopes to find opportunities to use modern pre-fabricated and modular construction technologies to efficiently produce buildings appropriate for the Cook Islands.


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