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Award-winning architect Pete Bossley is best known for his designs for Te Papa, the Voyager Maritime Museum and the McCahon Artist Retreat in Auckland. The Director of Bossley Architects also does residential work and his houses for Michael Seresin in the Marlborough Sounds and the Heatley residence in the Bay of Islands have won acclaim both here and overseas. The winner of the NZ Institute of Architects' Gold Medal for 2012 talks to Kathryn Ryan about his circuitous route into the profession and the primary role of architecture.
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