Market Structures

Koko's design for these market structures won the coveted Gold award for temporary structures and exhibition at the New Zealand Design Awards " BEST " in 2012.

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Koko Factory

The Wellington Region is New Zealand’s melting pot of clever thinking and creative endeavours. An exciting opportunity exists to embrace some of the region’s unique qualities, past and present, by creating a significant business, cultural and community hub, which celebrates the industrial backbone of the Wellington Region.

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Reflect

Koko conceptualized and initiated the development of New Zealand's first multimedia light festival - Reflect - Move Towards the Light. It was established to celebrate Matariki (the Maori New Year) through innovation. First staged during the 2011 Rugby World Cup, the event developed further in 2012.

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Silo Park

Koko's activation of Silo Park as part of the Wynyard Quarter redevelopment on the Auckland Waterfront has been a popular success with the establishment of a cinema, a performance programme, weekly markets and many other events.

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Spark

Koko was the leading creative behind the internal relaunch of New Zealand's largest telecommunications company Telecom to their new brand Spark.

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Cargo

Trade is a foundation of human civilisation. Trade breeds trust and friendly interaction between the people of the world. For as long as nations have traded with each other, the world has relied on its ports to be doorways between those nations.

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I.D.

In an age of global multiculturalism and an ever increasing search for identity the project I-D aims to look at the correlation between the colonized and colonizer represented through key cultural visual identity's.

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Hei_Tiki

The Artwork looks at the rebuild of Christchurch after the earthquake of 2011, which saw, as part of the widespread devastation, the majority of the central business district destroyed.

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Kinetika

Promoting Science and Exercise Through Art and Play. In 2010 Koko saw the opportunity to promote science and exercise through art and play by devising kinetic sculptural machines in public places.

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