Fourteen of New Zealand's award winning landscape architecture projects are now 'on show'.
The exhibition, in Wynyard Quarter's Karanga Plaza, is part of a broader initiative to promote the landscape architecture industry during the International Federation of Landscape Architects 50th World Congress, held here in Auckland, and to coincide with the 2013 NZILA Resene Pride of Place Landscape Architecture Awards.
With panels designed by DallowBoss and printed by Neville Newcombe Reprographics, the exhibition runs from the 8th - 12th April. So get on down to Wynyard Quarter to see a unique presentation of some of the New Zaland's best landscape architecture projects.
DallowBoss is delighted to be providing our wayfinding and design services for the Dunedin Town Hall refurbishment project.
Dunedin City Council's $70m refurbishment of the Dunedin Town Hall, Glenroy Theatre and Municipal Chambers aims to restore the long-time Dunedin resident to her former glory. With architectural updates to spaces and technological service improvements she will be in good stead for the future.
DallowBoss is partnering with Programmed Property Services, delivering the physical wayfinding component through their Ecore signage system.
Spotted on Cool Hunter ... integrated signage features with floor to ceiling treatments are significantly more engaging than 'just door signs'.
The interior of the headquarters for KH Gears, in Zhuhai, Guangdong, China, exudes a sense of engine power, industry and technology. Designed by Hong-Kong-based Arboit, one can almost hear the metallic rumble of massive machinery, toiling tirelessly in a massive engine room somewhere in the not-so-distant future.
If you are heading to Taste of Auckland this weekend, make a stop at the Aperol tent for some liquid refreshment!
We continue to work with The EventWorks, assisting them with design and visualisation of event concepts. In conjunction with illustrative plans, this little number helped their clients understand space and scale and allowed them to make decisions around materials and theming.
Matchbox Recruitment are now well on their way to filling the IT recruitment gap in New Zealand.
To help them, we were asked to create an identity and supporting promotional material that allowed them to make initial introductions and get their business up and running, as well as generating the look and feel for their website.
watch out for www.matchboxrecruitment.co.nz coming soon
The DallowBoss team is thrilled to have been engaged by Hamilton City Council to develop a Pedestrian Wayfinding and Interpretation Strategy for the city centre.
We are well underway with research and observations and are looking forward to structuring an approach and generating intial design concepts in the coming months.
Mike, Rob and Simon reach the summit of Kilimanjaro in their quest to raise funds for child cancer.
We're proud to support our Matakana mates on their Climb for Cancer - supporting 6 year old Darcy in his fight against Neuroblastoma. The boys are helping raise just some of the $430k needed for items to support children with cancer at Starship Children's Hospital.
Visit www.fundraiseonline.co.nz/climbforcancer to donate.
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The Olympic venue branding and wayfinding is looking fantastic, adding a distinctive London flavour to the games.
Probably the most complex and considered system of any olympics, prepared over a number of years, on a vast scale, with multiple elements and destinations being considered over the city, it is a credit to all involved at LOCOG.
It must be time to sit back and enjoy the show now!
On-street orientation and historical awareness has been enhanced in Pukekohe with a further information panel installed this month.
Continuing our collaboration with Reset Urban Design and Auckland Transport, we have continued the story telling theme - sharing interesting events, buildings and characters of the town. This panel has been developed and installed at a key pedestrian junction on the corner of Roulston St and Massey Ave, just opposite the Pukekohe Library.
Riverside Matakana have bottled their first vintage of Chardonnay and season of Olive Oil.
Simple, smart labels were created for both by DallowBoss, which help evolve their brand language. Unfortunately for the rest of us, at the moment they are only available for guests to the riverside retreat and conference centre!
Find our more at www.riversidematakana.co.nz
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