BRINGING IMAGINATION TO LIFE
4Sight helps create a one-of-a-kind venue
4Sight took a collaborative approach with the project team to achieve the design intention for the treehouse, handling specific issues raised during the consenting process. Some of these issues included traffic management, intensity and scale of use, noise and other potential effects on adjacent rural sites. 4Sight also addressed district and regional planning requirements, to ensure the project adhered to these and non-notified consent was achieved.
As part of an innovative advertisement campaign, Yellow Pages constructed a unique temporary venue to be operated as a restaurant, halfway up a Redwood tree in rural Auckland.
The restaurant formed the focal point for a nationwide advertising commercial, with the construction process and initial operation of the temporary venue being filmed and used in compiling the advertisement. Our services for Yellow Pages included:
Preparing and managing the resource consent process
Providing initial feedback on the site and design brief
4Sight provided essential specialist and planning services to inform the design and facilitate the resource consent process. This enabled the achievement of a hugely successful advertising campaign and a unique venue for private hire that has won numerous awards and featured in more than 2000 blogs and publications worldwide.