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The Museum Of Waitangi, by Harris Butt Architecture

One of the most special parts of the country deserves a very special building, and the recently opened Museum of Waitangi is just that.

Designed by Grant Harris and the team at Harris Butt architecture in Whangarei, much time was spent developing the motif for the precast panels. It's a unique design and as a result the panels are eyecatching and set the scene for a great visitor experience.

The panels featuring Peter Fell colour 699 aka SuperBlack, and were very well made by local precaster and concrete constructor IES Construction.

Client: Waitangi National Trust, www.waitangi.org.nz

Architects: Harris Butt Architecture, www.hbarchitecture.co.nz

Precast: IES Construction, Kerikeri

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