The entrance to Te Kopahou Reserve on Wellington’s south coast was once home to an industrial quarry building, and full of potholes. Now landscaped, with shelter for visitors, the entrance to the reserve offers a more sympathetic portal to the coastal wilderness. Furrowed cliffs plunge to a rocky shore that is frequently thrashed by southerly winds and seas.
— Excerpt from Architecture Now
Wellington City Council
Landscape Architecture New Zealand
June 2014 (Issue 22)
2015 NZILA Supreme Award