Architect/Conservator Ian Bowman


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

  • Where East Meets West, The Californian Ranch Precinct of Hamilton EastRead the full article
  • 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.