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August 2022

My editorial kicks off the Focus section of the July/August 2022 edition of The Architect’s Newspaper, which showcases the latest and greatest innovations in glass.


April 2022

A personal essay reflecting on the recent demolition of the Nakagin Capsule Tower is published in the quarterly British journal of design, Disegno #32.

Blurred Transparencies in Contemporary Glass Architecture: Material, Culture, and Technology

May 2020

Blurred Transparencies in Contemporary Glass Architecture: Material, Culture, and Technology is published by Routledge. Written from the perspectives of a practitioner, the six essays challenge assumptions about fragility and visual transparency of glass. The book is available at many university libraries as hard copies or e-books. It can also be purchased at Routledge or Amazon.

Metabolic Impermanence: The Nakagin Capsule Tower

October 1, 2017

Article published in volume 4 of Inflection, a journal published by the Melbourne School of Design.

Sanatorium Zonnestraal and a case for a critical approach to light exposure

September 24, 2016

Paper presented at the 2016 Fall Conference - Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture at University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Paradox of a Landmark that is not: the life of the Nakagin Capsule Tower

November 12, 2015

Paper presented at the International Conference on East Asian Architectural Culture (EAAC) in Gwangju, South Korea.

Spatial Stories in Northern Manhattan

April 10, 2013

Paper co-authored and presented with Lynnette Widder at the 103th Annual Association of CollegiateSchools of Architecture (ACSA) Conference: GLOBALIZING ARCHITECTURE /  Flows and Disruptions in Miami Beach, Florida.


June 2022

As the slow deconstruction of Kisho Kurokawa’s Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo began on April, my article is one in a series of four published by The Architect's Newspaper in remembrances by those whose trajectories brought them in close contact with the building.


December 2020

Article published in The Plan Journal issue on healthy urbanism. It was selected by the journal's Editorial Advisory Board as the second place in the 2020 Best Paper Award.

Cracked but not Broken: Material and Culture of the Glass Ceiling

August 2019

Book chapter "Cracked but not Broken: Material and Culture of the Glass Ceiling" published in the Routledge book Ceilings and Dreams: the architecture of levity edited by Paul Emmons, Federica Goffi, and Jodi La Coe.


August 2017

Paper presented at UIA 2017 Seoul World Architects Congress.

Tactility at 1:1: Media and Context in learning about Building Materials

February 27, 2016

Paper presented at the 2016 National Conference on the Beginning Design Student (NCBSD) at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

24/7 Temporality and Post-Industrial Chronobiology
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