Indigenous brands, Maori business, Kaupapa Growth and innovation, collaborative pilot projects, culture connection and exchange, design enabled economic, culturally enriched.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Our national public landscape and built environments project a western image of Aotearoa / New Zealand to the world. There is an opportunity for Maori professionals to support our whanau, hapu & iwi in fulfilling their own development while enhancing the vernacular of our nation.

By fostering improved relationships we can support and influence change.

Our national public landscape and built environments project a western image of Aotearoa / New Zealand to the world. There is an opportunity for Maori professionals to support our whanau, hapu & iwi in fulfilling their own development while enhancing the vernacular of our nation.

By fostering improved relationships we can support and influence change.

For Iwi, Hapu, Whanau
To provide iwi/hapu and whanau with access to support and professional expertise to positively influence, reinstate and develop their own landscapes.

For local and central government
To lobby and support territorial authorities and other stakeholders to better engage with and support mana whenua in consideration of district planning and development.

For members & stakeholders

To improve the quality of development outcomes for all stakeholders in a manner that affirms and strengthens our identity as a nation - finding a new indigenous 21st century vernacular.

For Aotearoa
To see maori reflected in our national landscape

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