Our presence in local government space

Art Fetiche’s engagement with the local government sector is expanding. We’ve been granted amazing opportunities to enhance spaces, as managers and developers seek to improve the user experience. We’re excited about the possibility of incorporating more of these projects into our portfolio and the stories we create through our art and installations.

Lake Mapourika

A recent example of steel fabrication and installation mastery at Lake Mapourika

Takapūneke Pou

Standing more than eight metres tall, carved by Ngāi Tahu tohunga whakairo Fayne Robinson and fabricated by Art Fetiche rises the Pou rises from the centre of a takarangi pathway that draws visitors inward, in ever-decreasing circles.

Matatiki Hornby Centre

Matatiki Hornby Centre

Homer Tunnel Upgrade

165 pre-cast concrete modules assembled on site like giant Lego, with unique artwork depicting the connection of Ngāi Tahu with Milford Sound at Homer Tunnel

Invercargill Waihōpai

Mahi toi elements were produced under the guidance of Waihōpai Rūnaka (Murihiku Marae) alongside their selected designers and artists.

Tunnel Beach Steel

Tunnel Beach

Tunnel Beach Dunedin Tohu Whenua in collaboration with Aroha Novak - Embedding stories and values into regional developments.

Moncks Bay Coastal Pathway

Kura Tawhiti Pou Whenua

Pou Whenua Standing tall at Castle Hill to represent Mana Whenua

Te Koropikopiko o te Waka

With panoramic views of The Southern Alps and a great vantage for Fox Glacier, Te Kopikopiko o te Waka is a Tohu Whenua site that tells the Ngai Tahu story of creation.

Convention Centre

Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre

Working with an artist's designs Art Fetiche helped vapour blast some great effects into the paved areas

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