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Living Building status for Tūhoe - Whakatane Beacon
24 May 2017

Tūhoe's headquarters, Te Kura Whare, is now among the 14 buildings in the world to have reached a no impact standard. The tribe's chief executive, Kirsti Luke received the prestigious Living Building certification at a ceremony in Seattle, United States, on Friday. Designed by the late Jasmax architect Ivan Mercep, Te Kura Whare was developed to leave no footprint and instead replenish its environment and community and since its erection, the tribe has been gathering information to support its Living Building accreditation.

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