Megan Wraight (New Zealand)

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Megan Wraight (New Zealand)

 

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Waitangi Park, Wraight + Associates.

Waitangi Park, Wraight + Associates. Image: Supplied

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Waitangi Park, Wraight + Associates.

Waitangi Park, Wraight + Associates. Image: Supplied

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Wynyard Quarter, Wraight + Associates and Taylor Cullity Lethlean.

Wynyard Quarter, Wraight + Associates and Taylor Cullity Lethlean. Image: Supplied

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Pukeahu Memorial, Wraight Athfield Landscape + Architecture.

Pukeahu Memorial, Wraight Athfield Landscape + Architecture. Image: Supplied

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Victoria University of Wellington Hub, Wraight + Associates, Athfield and Architectus.

Victoria University of Wellington Hub, Wraight + Associates, Athfield and Architectus. Image: Supplied

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Waiwhero Farm, Upper Moutere, by Wraight + Associates.

Waiwhero Farm, Upper Moutere, by Wraight + Associates. Image: Supplied

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Te Tii - the redevelopment of the community heart, Ruatāhun, by Wraight + Associates.

Te Tii - the redevelopment of the community heart, Ruatāhun, by Wraight + Associates. Image: Supplied

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Keynote speaker – Landscape Australia Conference 2018

Megan Wraight is a landscape architect with more than twenty years of experience. She established Megan Wraight Landscape Architects in 1998, known as Wraight + Associates Limited since 2003, when the practice was restructured into a company. Megan has been lead landscape architect on numerous large scale urban projects throughout New Zealand and has been involved in a wide range of public and private sector work including harbour foreshore developments, port redevelopment, educational facilities, transport facilities and urban renewal projects.

In addition to the practice of landscape architecture, Megan is an advocate and regular contributor to the education of landscape architects at Victoria University of Wellington’s landscape architecture program. Through her reputation as a leading designer in her field she has built up a team of talented landscape architects and an ever growing list of high quality landscape projects.


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