Interview: Sir Miles Warren

By Rebecca Macfie In Lifestyle

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At 83, Sir Miles Warren is trim, quick and in full creative flight – designing and campaigning, planting and building. Architecture and gardening: it’s often said these have been his exclusive passions. In the library of his Ohinetahi homestead at the head of Lyttelton Harbour, both obsessions have full expression.  After a lifetime of creating, Warren is stooped but unbowed; after 60 years of shaping our most important public spaces, he has given us his own remarkable private paradise. ...

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