2016 – ongoing
GHD • Morphum Environmental
Resilio Studio are working with GHD and Morphum Environmental to plan and design a 10 kilometre shared path along the western edge of the Tāmaki Estuary. The path is a significant opportunity to contribute towards developing Auckland’s walking and cycling infrastructure, as well as providing a priority connection in the Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board’s adopted greenways plan. The Tāmaki Path, which runs from Wai‐O‐Taiki Reserve in Glen Innes to Panmure Wharf Reserve, will traverse a wide range of character areas including coastal edge reserves, native bush, open fields, grazed paddock and recreational areas. Resilio have been leading the overall landscape strategy and design for the path, which proposes eight distinct character zones along the length of the path, each with their own set of unique characteristics, constraints and opportunities.
Photography credits – Some One, Anne Other Person and Someone Else