Design Principal Daniel Grinter will be a judge in the New Brighton Tiny Huts Design Competition, with five 'Tiny Huts' set to pop up in the town centre over the 2016/17 summer season.
Over 90 design entries were received in this Christchurch City Council initiative designed to enliven, engage and showcase the vibrant and creative seaside community of New Brighton.
"I am excited about the potential for the Tiny Huts Design Competition to provide community input into the design of public spaces," said Daniel. "Tiny Huts is an opportunity to increase amenity both to the people of New Brighton and the Eastern suburbs of Christchurch."
Based in Unispace's Christchurch studio, Daniel has over 10 years' international experience on commercial, residential, tertiary and workplace design projects. He is a branch committee member of the NZ Institute of Architects and believes great architecture is the result of a collaborative design process that considers what has gone before and imagines what the future may bring.
The winners of the Tiny Huts Design Competition will be announced on 27 July 2016.