A Southern Architecture: The Work of Ted McCoy
The forms of Ted McCoy's houses recall the early stone and mud brick buildings of the colonial era in Otago. After fifty years of architecture in the south, closing with the fine renovation of the Otago Museum's entrance and atrium in 1999, he has produced this book. First published November 2007.
Ted McCoy holds the Gold Medal for lifetime achievement in architecture from the NZ Institute of Architects and has won eight national awards and twenty regional awards for his buildings. He was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2004 for services to architecture and heritage. With Gary Blackman he co-authored Victorian City of New Zealand (1968), and he was a contributing author to Historic Buildings of New Zealand, South Island, published by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust (1983).
Introduction by Douglas Lloyd-Jenkins Houses / Churches / Large Buildings