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Hamish Monk talks to WAN about winning last year’s WAN AWARDS Commercial Sector

Michael Hammond talks to Hamish Monk of Hamish Monk Architecture about his winning project in the 2012 WAN AWARDS Commercial Sector (unbuilt). The Hopuhopu Tribal Centre is a concept design which masterplans an area in Waikato District, New Zealand for the Waikato Tainui tribe (approx. 60,000 people), incorporating sports and leisure facilities, a tribal parliament/admin and media centre, river centre and gallery, Waka Marina, and carving school.

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