Enhancing public spaces with art

Art Fetiche is increasingly being approached to assist in creating, producing, and installing significant art and design pieces in communal public spaces.

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

Te Ora Hou

Te Ora Hou

Invercargill Waihōpai

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

Tīrama Mai

The collaboration between Ariki Creative, Pixel Productions Limited, Art Fetiche, Litesite, and Christchurch City Council aimed to captivate and inspire visitors through immersive experiences that celebrated Puanga, Matariki, and Māori culture.

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

AG Research centre

Created by Ngāi Tahu designer Piri Cowie, this contemporary tohu is made up of two components: Te Ao, an ink-painted circle symbolic of Te Ao our Earth and speaking of our interconnection with the environment

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