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    Nga Waka Cellar Door visit with talk by Victoria Read of Aspect Architecture

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    Join the Wellington and Wairarapa Chapters as they host their first joint event in the beautiful Wairarapa. Make it an afternoon and enjoy some wonderful wine and food from Nga Waka.


    We’ll hear Victoria Read speak about her inspiration for the design of the beautiful Nga Waka Cellar door building. Victoria said of the design, “We took inspiration from the legend behind the brand name, the great Māori explorer Kupe –  the range of hills to the South East of Martinborough named Ngā Waka-a-Kupe and Ngā-rā-o-Kupe in the South (The sails of Kupe)”.


    About Victoria
    Victoria Read is a Wairarapa based architect and owner of Aspect Architecture. She graduated from Victoria University with an Honours degree in Architecture which she completed while raising her 4 children and working in architecture part time.

    Amongst other awards, Victoria was the winner of the 2019 Wairarapa Drake NZ Service award, Highly commended NAWIC 2019 Professional Woman of the year and in 2022 won an NZIA local architecture award for the Nga Waka Cellar Door Project.

    Victoria undertakes Pro-Bono work on a regular basis and was instrumental in delivering the Waihinga Centre in Martinborough to the community.

    Victoria is a keen gardener and works part time for the New Zealand Gardens trust in addition to her role as Director of Aspect Architecture.


    DATE & TIME:
    Sunday May 26th, 4pm to 6pm

    VENUE: Nga Waka vineyard, 66 Kitchener Street, Martinborough 5711

    COST: $30 to NAWIC members, this event is limited to 25 people so please book your space consciously. Anyone is welcome to join NAWIC here.

    Image credit - https://www.nzia.co.nz/awards

    Please note: NAWIC is a voluntary organisation, committed to its obligations as a PCBU under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015.   Amongst other things, this requires NAWIC to take all practicable steps to eliminate, isolate or minimize hazards that our event attendees are exposed to. Health and safety is a shared responsibility.




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