Ian Bowman: Architect and architectural conservator
Ian Bowman, principal of his own firm formed in 1992, is an historian, architect and architectural conservator who specialises in all aspects of built heritage conservation.
His qualifications comprise a BA in History and Economic History from Victoria University, a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Auckland, a Master of Arts in Conservation Studies from the University of York, and he has completed ICCROM courses in conservation of stone and earthen architecture.
He has also completed an Association of Preservation Technology Course in Canada in the conservation of timber buildings and the Plymouth University/ICCROM course on cob building conservation in England. He was made a Fellow of the FNZIA for his services to conservation and the Institute.