Tamaki Regeneration drop in a big box

16 Mar 2017 by Mike Tisdall

Our client, Tāmaki Regeneration Company, really want people to know what's happening in the Tāmaki, Glen Innes and Panmure area. So they've dropped a big box into the neighbourhood that opens next Monday.

The container will move around within the Tāmaki community - to community events or neighbourhoods breaking new ground. When open, the box will be manned by Tāmaki representatives and the inside features detailed information regarding new housing developments, the story of Tāmaki and what regeneration means, as well as a timeline, progress and future projects. And a touchscreen featuring interactive maps.

The container is powered by solar panels and includes a retractable awning to ensure it can operate in all weather conditions. Our design is bold and bright, and on message: Tāmaki is an awesome place to be!

 

Tags: Clients
Related Posts. You might also like.

19 Feb 2019 by Mike Tisdall

Integrated Reporting: Don’t aim for perfection. Just get i...

I see too many clients hesitating to get on the integrated reporting bus. Often because they perceive that there’s a lot of internal change needing to happen before this is possible. Sometimes it’s because...

02 Oct 2018 by Paul Saris

What makes good client service?

It’s the strangest experience when you’re climbing Mt Ngauruhoe on your way to reach the most beautiful coned top, when every step you take makes you slide further backwards. Strangely, somehow you do reach the...

18 Sep 2018 by Steven Giannoulis

The ideas path

I’ve always been an ideas guy. I feel comfortable looking at a problem or an opportunity and then generating lots of ideas about how to tackle it in a creative way. I’ll go one step further and say, it’s...

17 Sep 2018 by Jason Linnell

When is a prescribed solution not the right answer?

The client briefing at their office had not felt right from the start. We had enjoyed working with this client for some time and had always thought we were in a partnership. However, today was different.  There...

view all