Tāone Tupu Ora

Tāone Tupu Ora

Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Urban Design

Book - 2010
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How can traditional Maori built environments inform contemporary urban development? - How could Maori values inspire our visions for the 21st century city? - What can indigenous knowledge tell us about how to create a more sustainable design for the future? Tāone tupu ora suggests answers to these important questions, bringing together perspectives on a broad range of urban issues, from Maori development to architecture, town planning to strategic growth management. It collects stories of iwi experiences in the 21st century, and suggests principles and theories on which to base change.
Publisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Steele Roberts, 2010.
Branch Call Number: 307.76 TAO
Characteristics: 119 p. :,ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps ;,25 cm.
Notes: "Published in 2010 for the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities"--T.p. verso.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 111-116) and index.
Text in English, with some Māori.


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