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11 • 11 • 20Arts & CultureThe Interview

Shane Cotton

Shane Cotton (Ngāti Rangi, Ngāti Hine, Te Uri Taniwha) is the creator of Maunga, a permanent artwork that now covers the western wall of Excelsior House. The basis of the artwork is a series of 25 works on paper created by Shane in response to Britomart’s commission. He and artist Ross Liew collaborated on the translation of those works into the five-storey-high artwork that now occupies the corner of Customs Street East and Commerce Street. Here, Shane talks to Britomart’s Jeremy Hansen about the creation of Maunga, his use of the pot motif, and his participation in Toi Tū Toi Ora. 

05 • 11 • 20The Interview

The Interview: Maggie Marilyn

With the opening of her flagship store at Britomart, the wunderkind fashion designer Maggie Marilyn sets off on a bold new path.

28 • 10 • 20Business at BritomartNews

Where to celebrate Christmas (and the end of 2020) at Britomart

From sophisticated function spaces and private rooms to vibrant bars and restaurants overlooking the harbour, Britomart is full of spots to host Christmas parties, birthday or anniversary celebrations and company events.

20 • 10 • 20Business at Britomart

Inside Karen Walker’s New Playpark Store at Britomart

Bigger, better and brighter; Playpark by Karen Walker in The Hotel Britomart has more of everything we love about the label. Britomart’s Melinda Williams chats to Karen Walker about the new retail space has in store.

16 • 09 • 20NewsThe Interview

The Interview: Kirstin Carlin

Auckland artist Kirstin’s vibrant floral works are brightening up the Britomart precinct this spring.

The Hotel Britomart

The Hotel Britomart, opening October2020

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Car Parking

Britomart’s Car Park at 88 Quay Street is open for business as usual during Covid-19 Alert Level 3. it provides easy access to everything the precinct offers.

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LyingbetweentheWaitemataHarbour
andAuckland'slowerCBD,Britomart
isa6.5-hectarewaterfrontprecinctof
heritagebuildings,newdevelopments,and
openandintimatepublicspaces.