Ian Bowman architect


Ian has published extensively throughout his career.  His publications include books, booklets, articles, and conference papers.  His key publications are:

Exploring the Californian Ranch Precinct of Hamilton East, New Zealand, APT Bulletin Volume XLIII, Number 1, 2012, Association of Preservation Technology

Proceedings of the 10th International Docomomo Conference, The Challenge of Change, Dealing with the Legacy of the Modern Movement, “Translating the New Old-World on the New New-World, Reassessing Ernst Plischke’s Plans for Naenae, Lower Hutt, New Zealand”, Docomomo, 2008

Entries in Long Live the Modern, edited by Julia Gatley, University of Auckland Press, 2008

William Beatson A Colonial Architect, Balasoglou Books, Auckland, 2005

The New Zealand Period House a Conservation Guide, Random House, 2004, with Stuart Arden

Conservation Bulletin, “Conservation in a Seismic Zone”, NZ Historic Places Trust, 2002

1950s Buildings, Lower Hutt City’s Post War Modern Movement Buildings, Hutt City Council, 2002

The Patrick Street Historic Precinct Conservation Principles and Design Guidelines, Hutt City Council, 1990

Conservation Bulletin, “Conservation of Brick buildings”, Heritage New Zealand, 1996
Conservation Bulletin, “Conservation of Stone buildings”, Heritage New Zealand, 1996

He has also given papers at SAHANZ, New Zealand ICOMOS, APT 1010 Conference and the ICOMOS/English Heritage/University of Plymouth Terra . 2000 Conference, Torquay, Devon, England.