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Throughout the design process, Chow:Hill collaborated with the Gisborne District Council.

Gisborne’s library is one of the Council’s most-used facilities, with up to 5,000 visitors a week so extensive stakeholder and cultural engagement was essential to explore and understand the future role of the library within the Tairāwhiti community.

The project involved the extension and renovation of the original 1960s modernist library to create a contemporary community learning environment with a combined floor area of over 2000m2.

Throughout the design process, Chow:Hill collaborated with the Gisborne District Council and Tohunga Derek Lardelli, cultural design director, Lardelli Arts, to carefully weave cultural narratives, local history and maanakitanga into this new place of learning.

Throughout the design process, Chow:Hill collaborated with the Gisborne District Council and Tohunga Derek Lardelli, cultural design director, Lardelli Arts, to carefully weave cultural narratives, local history and maanakitanga into this new place of learning.

Council and Tohunga Derek Lardelli, cultural design director, Lardelli Arts, to carefully weave cultural narratives, local history and maanakitanga into this new place of learning.

Throughout the design process, Chow:Hill collaborated with the Gisborne District Council and Tohunga Derek Lardelli, cultural design director, Lardelli Arts, to carefully weave cultural narratives, local history and maanakitanga into this new place of learning.