Prize details

The Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Award 2016

Value:

The Award will be the sum of $250.

Closing date:

Eligibility

The Award will be known as the Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Award.

Information

The award may be granted under the following rules:

The Award will be known as the Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Award.

The Award will be the sum of $250.

The Award may be granted annually by the Academic Board, on the advice of the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture and with the agreement of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust, to one undergraduate student who has achieved a highly meritorious result in a work, project or topic - of recognition, appreciation, conservation and maintenance of an historic place, historic area, or wahi tapu or wahi tapu area in New Zealand.

Heritage New Zealand will be a party to the selection of the winner, through the Central Region Architect, and also to the exhibition presentation. Display of the winning project will be accompanied by a citation, bearing the Heritage New Zealand logo, prepared by or in conjunction with Heritage New Zealand.

Should there be no worthy candidate in any year, no award may be made; a decision to be made jointly by the Faculty of Architecture and Design and Heritage New Zealand.

Students enrolled in a undergraduate course in a field of Architecture are eligible for the Award.

A copy of the Award-winning project will be made available to Heritage New Zealand at Heritage New Zealand's expense and may be published at its discretion.

The Award may be made in conjunction with an exhibition if appropriate.

The deadline for submission of work for this Award is to be decided by the Faculty of Architecture & Design.

The Heritage New Zealand contact for the Award is Central Region Heritage Advisor for Architecture, Alison Dangerfield, 04-494-8320, adangerfield@heritage.org.nz. Students are advised to talk to their Course Supervisor before submitting work for consideration.