FIRST MAORI WOMAN REGISTERED ARCHITECT
30 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Kauri Architects is a practice which Tere Insley has set up after working as an architect for more than twenty years in some of the country’s largest architectural practices.
RANGE OF EXPERIENCE
Over the past twenty five years as a registered architect Tere has worked on a wide range of projects and has participated at all stages of the design and construction process. Buildings range from educational to commercial, civic, medical and cultural buildings.
Kauri Architects is efficiently assisted by architectural technicians, engineers and other building professionals to deliver architectural and building projects.
QUALITY MANAGEMENT ASSURANCE
Kauri Architects uses the New Zealand Institute of Architects GAP system which is a streamlined quality management system to guide and check architectural design from master planning through to the end of Defects
2012 – 2018 Kauri Architects
2009 – 2012 Tikanga Maori Architect Warren + Mahoney
2007 Associate Warren + Mahoney
2002 – 2011 Senior Architect Warren + Mahoney, Auckland
1997 Architect Dodd Paterson Bukowski Rehm
1990 Established Kauri Architects
1986 Ministry of Works & Development, Rotorua Residency
1884 Registered Architect
1980 Architectural Graduate, Ministry of Works & Development, Wellington District
1980 Graduated School of Architecture, University of Auckland
2012 - 2016 KAURI ARCHITECTS
Te Tini o Porou Stage 01 alterations, Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou
Stage 01 alterations to former DB Hotel, Kaiti. Conversion of two public bars and the Liquor Wholesale into Whanau Ora offices and Youth Services. The Liquor Wholesale became a Gym. Design, documentation, contractor procurement, construction
Hauhunga Marae: Whare nui, Whare kai and Administration for Ngati Rarua
C Company Memorial House, Gisborne Museum
Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou offices, Ruatoria alterations
Raparapa Ririki Outdoor pursuits / tourism for Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou
1920’s, 320m2 homestead at the base of Mt Hikurangi restored for outdoor education and tourist accommodation.
2002 – 2012 Associate, Tikanga Maori Architect Warren + Mahoney
MIT and Transport Interchange, Manukau
National Library Wellington alterations by Warren + Mahoney.
Southern Cross Medical Centre Warren + Mahoney
2010 Associate, Tikanga Maori Architect Warren + Mahoney
Te Wharekura o Te Rau Aroha. Ngarua. Warren + Mahoney
Novotel Hotel, Auckland International Airport. Warren + Mahoney
Auckland Mail Centre, Highbrook. Warren + Mahoney
Whare Taonga, Turangawaewae Warren + Mahoney
Museum design concept to commemorate the life of the late Maori Queen, Te Arikinui Te Atairangikaahu proposed for Turangawaewae marae, Ngaruawahia.
Upper Harbour Primary School, Auckland Stages 01 and 02 Warren + Mahoney
Projects prior to 2009 Registered Architect Ministry of Works and Development
Design, documentation, contract observation.
Selected projects: Historic Places Trust Restoration reports for the following wharenui:
Te Kororia, Whakaara Tamaiti marae, Putaruru
Matua-a-iwi, Tokikapu marae, Waitomo
Te Kapua Whakapipi, Te Rangi-ita marae, Turangi
Te Poroporo, Whakatane
Te Ngawari, Oputao marae, Ruataahuna
Project management construction. Manage delivery of Maori carving and installation.
Kawerau Fire Station extensions
Documentation and Project Management construction
Rotorua Fire Station
Project management construction. Engagement of carver and manage installationawerau
Hinehou Kohanga Reo, Western Springs
Design, documentation and construction.
University of Auckland, Kohanga Reo
Design and documentation