The 39th annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand
The 16th conference of the Australasian Urban History / Planning History Group
School of Architecture and Planning, University of Auckland, 25-27 November 2022
Keynote speaker: We are delighted that Dr Ben Schrader, Victoria University of Wellington’s JD Stout Research Fellow for 2022, will present the keynote address. He will present from his current project on the history of heritage conservation in New Zealand.
We received 115 abstracts, of which 104 were accepted. They have led to 73 papers being accepted through the double-blind refereeing process. The conference will run in hybrid mode, with 54 of the papers to be presented at least partly in-person, and the remaining 19 solely in Zoom. Total registrations currently sit at 96, with 60 in-person and 36 online.
The programme will comprise full days of presentations on Friday 25 and Saturday 26 November, plus a half-day (morning) on Sunday 27 November, and Sunday afternoon tours. The SAHANZ AGM will take place from 4.00 to 5.30 p.m. (NZ time) on Friday 25 November, followed by a function for new life and honorary members of SAHANZ. The conference dinner will take place on the Saturday night.
There are two tour options for the Sunday afternoon: (i) a walking tour to Britomart, which is New Zealand’s largest urban revitalisation project with a strong heritage focus; and (ii) a bus tour to Ihumātao, a significant cultural heritage landscape embedded with pūrākau (cultural narratives). It is one of Auckland’s longest continuously occupied papakainga (Māori village) that was confiscated by colonial forces in 1863, and was the site of a recent land dispute between Māori, the Crown and corporate developers. The visit will include a short talk and hikoi (walk) led by campaign activist Pania Newton and campaign heritage advisor Nicola Short. Ihumātao is near Auckland Airport and the bus will deliver people to the International Terminal by 4.00 p.m. and then return to the University of Auckland in Symonds Street.
The conference venue is the University Conference Centre at 22 Symonds Street.
In terms of hotels, the Pulman, on the corner of Princes Street and Waterloo Quadrant, and the Quadrant Hotel, also on Waterloo Quadrant, are both nice and close to the University; Hotel De Brett is an interesting adaptive reuse project nearby; and the Hotel Britomart will appeal to those who enjoy top-end hotels.
Adjunct event: Weaving Entanglement Colloquium:
Thursday 24 November 2022, 9.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. in the Design Theatre (423-348), 22 Symonds Street.
Hosted by the School’s Future Cities Research Hub, the Weaving Entanglement Colloquium originates from the Weaving Entanglement International Symposium held in 2021 at the Italian Pavilion “Comunità Resilienti” of the Biennale Architettura in Venice and published as a book by Maretti Editore in 2022 (https://marettimanfredi.it/prodotto/weaving-entaglement). Configured as a dialogue between Italy and New Zealand on the policies and practices of conservation, enhancement and transmission of cultural heritage, the Weaving Entanglement Colloquium follows up on the themes of architecture, cultural heritage and landscape in hybrid mode (virtual and face-to-face). Te Pare School of Architecture and Planning was an active participant in the 2021 Venice Biennale exhibition with the project “Learning From Trees”. The colloquium is a free event. You can register here: www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/weaving-entanglement-colloquium-tickets-461362727337 .
Ngā Pūtahitanga / Crossings: A Joint Conference of SAHANZ and the AUHPH – CONFERENCE PROGRAMME (as at 8 November 2022)
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|FRIDAY||22 Symonds Street|
|25 Nov 2022||Conference Centre Lecture Theatre – 423-342||Design Theatre – 423-348||Flat Floor Space – 423-340|
|9.00 – 9.30||Registration in the Conference Centre Foyer|
|9.30 – 11.00||Mihi Whakatau (Welcome) and Keynote Address:|
|Ben Schrader, “Fabricating Identifies: A Short History of Historic Preservation in Aotearoa New Zealand, 1890-1990”||–||–|
|11.00 – 11.30||Morning Tea|
|Post-Team X and BeyondChaired by John Macarthur||Women Activists and PlannersChaired by Julie Willis||Memory, Morris and Arts & CraftsChaired by Ursula de Jong|
|11.30 – 12.00||Errol Haarhoff, David Crane’s “Capital Web”: Finding Pathways between Architecture, Urban Design and Planning as Disciplines and Practices from the 1950s||Karen Burns, Women Designing Care through Material Culture: The Victorian Country Women’s Association, 1926-1932||Sarah-Jane Zammit, Notre-Dame as the Memory of Paris: Hugo, the Historical Novel and Conservation|
|12.00 – 12.30||Hamish Lonergan, Against Formalism: Encounters between Planners and Architects at ILAUD, 1976-1981||Elizabeth Aitken Rose, Crossing Worlds: Nancy Northcroft’s Contribution to New Zealand Planning||Ryan Roark, Dystopia, Climate Change and Heritage Conservation in the Late Nineteenth Century|
|12.30 – 1.00||Andrew Leach, The Mannerist City||Nicola Pullan and Robert Freestone, Claire Wagner: Australian Planner, Writer, Editor, Feminist, Environmentalist||Anthony Barnes, Learning with Lutyens: Noel Bamford and the Design of Ngahere, Auckland (1907)|
|1.00 – 2.00||Lunch|
|MiningChaired by Peter Scriver||Expanded Interests and OpportunitiesChaired by Carolyn Hill||Parks and Green SpaceChaired by Andrew Leach|
|2.00 – 2.30||Philip Goldswain, Methodologies and Anomalies: Mapping Boom Urbanism in Kalgoorlie and Boulder, 1894 to 1905||Fiona Gardiner, Karl Langer: Modernist and Heritage Conservationist||Timothy O’Rourke, Nicole Sully and Steve Chaddock, From Rambling to Elevated Walkways: Piecemeal Planning Histories in National Parks|
|2.30 – 3.00||Paul Hogben, Financing Civic Improvement: The Community Amenities Funding Scheme of the Joint Coal Board||Cyndelle Kwabi, Shifting Focus from Architecture to Heritage: Stories of Three Australian Women Architects||Anna Temby, Municipal Parks versus Glorious Gardens: The Tensions of Inter-Governmental Management of Urban Park Space|
|3.00 – 3.30||Alexandra Florea and Mirjana Lozanovksa, Rosia Montana, Romania: An Analysis of its Heritage Conservation from an Architectural and Planning Perspective||Susan Holden and Kirsty Volz, Women and Design Leadership: A New Era of Architects’ Engagement with the Public Sector||Samuel Holleran, The Cemetery and the Golf Course: Mid-Century Planning and the Pastoral Imaginary|
|3.30 – 4.00||Afternoon tea|
|Chaired by SAHANZ President, Paul Hogben||Highways and BywaysChaired by Liz Taylor|
|4.00 – 4.30||SAHANZ AGM||Onur Tumturk and Ali Rad Yousefnia, Historical and Morphological (Trans)formation of Laneways in Melbourne and Brisbane: The Encounter of Emergence with Design|
|4.30 – 5.00||Conrad Hamann, Ian Nazareth, Rosemary Heyworth and Lisa Gargano, Intensive Boundaries and Liminality: What drives Melbourne’s Suburban Sprawl|
|5.00 – 5.30||Toshio Taguchi, Local Government Coordination in the 1960s Yokohama, Japan: The Case of the Inner-City Motorway Project|
|5.30 – 7.00||Function to Celebrate New SAHANZ Life/Honorary Members|
|SATURDAY||22 Symonds Street|
|Continued||Conference Centre Lecture Theatre – 423-342||Design Theatre – 423-348||Flat Floor Space – 423-340|
|3.30 – 4.00||Afternoon tea|
|Home and AwayChaired by Paul Walker||History and Creative PracticeChaired by Errol Haarhoff||Asia and PoliticsChaired by Mirjana Lozanovska|
|4.00 – 4.30||Robin Skinner, The Snivelling Snufflebuster: Clough Williams-Ellis in New Zealand, 1947-1948||Jeffrey Tighe, Ainslie Murray and Robert Freestone, Mapping the Incomplete City: A Half Century of Urban Change in Central Sydney||Mugdha Kulkarni, Unfolding the Secrets of Vijaydurg Fort|
|4.30 – 5.00||Giorgio Marfella, The Trouble with Harry: Seidler’s Four Decades of Urban Design Conflicts in Melbourne, 1955-1995||Hannah Hopewell, Beyond Discipline: A Nonlinear Urban Occasioning||Diah Asih Purwaningrum, Amalinda Savirani, Indah Widiastuti and Septaliana Dewi Praningtyas, Reimagining West Sumatra’s Architectural Identity: Is the Pointy Silhouette Enough?|
|5.00 – 5.30||Philip Goad, In Pursuit of a Capital Ideal: Robin Boyd and Canberra||Anthony Hōete and Bill McKay, Te Whare Rangitupu: The Scaffolded House||Quentin Stevens, A History of Protest Memorials in Three Democratic East-Asian Capital Cities: Taipei, Hong Kong and Seoul|
|6.30 p.m.||Conference Dinner at Ima, 53 Fort Street, Downtown|
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