Michael Sorkin Studio, New York City, Principal

Terreform, Non-Profit (501)(c)(3), New York City, President and Founder

The City College of New York, Distinguished Professor of Architecture and Director of the Graduate Program in Urban Design

UR Books, Editor-in-Chief

The Nation, Architecture Critic

Urban Deadline Architects, New York City

NYC Department of Social Services
Bureau of Purchased Social Services for Adults, Head of Planning, Design and Specialist Services


Harvard University, Department of Fine Arts

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Architecture, M. Arch

Harvard University, Department of Architecture

Columbia University, Department of English, MA

University of Chicago, Committee for the Study of Ideas and the Analysis of Methods, BA

Academic Appointments

CCNY, Spitzer School of Architecture, Distinguished Professor of Architecture and Director of the Graduate Program in Urban Design

Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Visiting Professor

Southern California Institute of Architecture, Visiting Professor

University of Westminster, Visiting Professor

University of South Florida, School of Architecture and Community Design, Distinguished Professor

Wuhan University, Guest Professor

Aarhus School of Architecture, 40th Anniversary Distinguished Visiting Professor

University of Michigan, Visiting Professor

Auburn University, Visiting Professor

North Carolina State University, Visiting Professor

University of Utah, Visiting Professor

University of Texas, Visiting Professor

Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Professor of Urbanism and Director of Institute of Urbanism

SUNY Buffalo, Visiting Professor

Pratt Institute, Visiting Professor

University of Minnesota, Cass Gilbert Professor

Aarhus School of Architecture, Visiting Professor

Parsons School of Design, Visiting Professor

Cornell University, Gensler Family Chair

Columbia University, Visiting Professor

Carleton University, Visiting Critic

Washington University, Visiting Professor

Harvard University, Visiting Critic

Columbia University, Adjunct Professor

University of Nebraska, Hyde Chair

Yale University, Bishop Chair

Yale University, Davenport Chair

Columbia University, Adjunct Professor

Cooper Union, Visiting Professor

Southern California Institute of Architecture, Visiting Professor

University of Illinois, Chicago, Distinguished Visiting Professor

University of Pennsylvania, Visiting Critic

University of North Carolina, Visiting Critic

Yale University, Visiting Critic

University of Texas, Visiting Critic

Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, Lecturer

Columbia University, Adjunct Assistant Professor Architectural Association, Tutor

Fellowships & Awards

Collaborative Achievement Award, American Institute of Architects
UR Publication Grant, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts 

UR Publication Grant, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

Fellow, Inaugural Research, American Academy in China
UR Publication Grant, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts 

Fellow in Architecture, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

Design Mind Award, National Design Awards,
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
UR Publication Grant, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

Certificate of Recognition, “Salute to Scholars” CCNY

NYC (Steady) State Grant, Holcim Foundation
NYC (Steady) State Grant, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts
Urban Design Biennial Grant, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts
Educator’s Award, AIA New York

Architecture Award, American Academy of Arts and Letters
Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Architecture Award, Graham Foundation for the Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

Finalist, Design Mind Award, National Design Award, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Distinguished Faculty Award, Alumni Association of CCNY

Grant, New York State Foundation for the Arts
Grant, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

Special Citation, AIA New York

Grant, Center for Mideast Peace
Grant, Rockefeller Foundation

Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

Design Award, I.D.

Design Award, I.D.

Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

Design Award, New York Foundation for the Arts

Design Award, Progressive Architecture Award

Buell Fellowship For Urban Design, Columbia University

Design Award, New York State Council for the Arts

Brunner Fellowship for Urban Research, AIA New York

Urban Design Grant, National Endowment for the Arts

Distinguished Newspaper Art Criticism Prize, Manufacturers Hanover/Art World Award

Design Grant, New York Foundation for the Arts

Critical Writing Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts

Grant, Graham Foundation for the Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

$25,000 Pyramid, Television Game Show


Made For China
Hong Kong: ORO Publishers, Forthcoming.

What Goes Up: The Rights and Wrongs to the City
London: Verso, 2018

Beyond Petropolis
Editor, Philadelphia: Oscar Riera Ojeda, 2014.

New Orleans Under Reconstruction
Edited with Carol M. Reese and Anthony Fontenot
London: Verso, 2014.

All Over The Map  
London: Verso, 2011.

20 Minutes in Manhattan
London: Reaktion Books, 2009.

Indefensible Space: The Architecture of the National Insecurity State
Editor, New York: Routledge, 2007.

Against the Wall: Israel’s Barrier to Peace
Editor, New York: The New Press, 2005

Analyzing Ambasz
Editor, New York: Monacelli Press, 2004.

Starting from Zero: Meditations on Reconstructing New York
New York: Roultledge, 2003.

The Next Jerusalem: Sharing the Divided City
Editor, New York: Monacelli Press, 2003.

After the World Trade Center: Rethinking New York City
Edited with Sharon Zukin, New York: Routledge, 2002.

Pamphlet Architecture 22: Other Plans, University of Chicago Studies, 1998–2000
New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2001.

Some Assembly Required
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001.

Giving Ground: The Politics of Propinquity
Edited with Joan Copjec, London: Verso, 1999.

New York: Monacelli Press, 1998.

Local Code: The Constitution of a City at 42 Degrees North Latitude
New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1996.

Exquisite Corpse: Writing on Buildings
London: Verso, 1994.

Variations on a Theme Park: Scenes from the New American City
Editor, New York: Hill and Wang, 1992.

Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates: Buildings and Projects, 1967–1992
New York: Whitney Library of Design, 1991.

UR Books

Published by Terreform. Michael Sorkin, Editor-in-Chief

Gowntown: A 197-X Plan for Upper Manhattan. UR01.
Editor, Terreform. 2016.

Waterproofing New York. UR02.
Editors, Denise Hoffman Brandt and Catherine Seavitt Nordenson. 2016.

2100: A Dystopian Utopia / The City After Climate Change. UR03.
Vanessa Keith and StudioTEKA. 2016.

Adventures in Modernism: Thinking with Marshall Berman. UR04.
Editor, Jennifer Corby. 2016.

Beyond the Square: Urbanism and the Arab Uprisings. UR05.
Editors, Deen Sharp and Claire Panetta. 2016.

Mahometan & Celestial’s Encyclopaedic Guide to Modernity: Comprising a Manual of Useful Instruction Essential to Attainment of the Urbane by the Savage, the Barbarous,  and the Half-Civilized Alike. UR06.
Steven Flusty and Pauline C. Yu. 2016.

Zoned Out! Race, Displacement, and City Planning in New York City. UR07.
Editors, Tom Angotti and Sylvia Morse. 2016.

Letters to the Leaders of China: Kongjian Yu and the Future of the Chinese City. UR08.
Editor, Terreform.
Contributors: Ai Weiwei; Thomas J. Campanella; Zhongjie Lin; Xuefei Ren; Peter G. Rowe; Michael Sorkin; Daniel Sui; Julie Sze; Kongjian Yu. 2018.

Occupy All Streets: Olympic Urbanism and Contested Futures in Rio de Janeiro. UR09.
Editors, Bruno Carvalho, Mariana Cavalcanti and Vyjayanthi Rao Venuturupalli
Contributors: Bruno Carvalho; Mariana Cavalcanti with Julia O’Donnell and Lilian Sampaio; Gabriel Duarte with Renata Bertol; Beatriz Jaguaribe with Scott Salmon; Guilherme Lassance; Bryan McCann; Vyjayanthi Rao Venuturupalli, and Theresa Williamson. 2016.

The Helsinki Effect: Public Alternatives to the Guggenheim Model of Culture-Driven Development. UR10.
Editors, Terike Haapoja, Andrew Ross, and Michael Sorkin.
Contributors: Miguel Robles-Duran; Terike Haapoja; Juhani Pallasmaa; Andrew Ross; Michael Sorkin; Kaarin Taipale; Mabel O. Wilson; Sharon Zukin. 2016.

Spaces of Disappearance: The Architecture of Extraordinary Rendition. UR11.
Jordan H. Carver. 2018.

Downward Spiral: El Helicoide’s Descent from Mall to Prison. UR12.
Editors, Celeste Olalquiaga and Lisa Blackmore.
Contributors: Pedro Alonso; Carola Barrios; Ángela Bonadies; Bonadies & Olavarría; Rodrigo Blanco Calderón; René Davids; Liliana De Simone; Luis Duno-Gottberg; Diego Larrique; Vicente Lecuna; Engel Leonardo; Albinson Linares; Sandra Pinardi; Iris Rosas; Alberto Sato; Elisa Silva; Federico Vegas; Jorge Villota. 2018.

Between Catastrophe and Revolution: Essays in Honor of Mike Davis. UR13.
Editors, Daniel Bertrand Monk and Michael Sorkin
Contributors: Mauro Caraccioli; Bruno Carvalho; Charmaine Chua; William Connolly; Mustafa Dikec; Anthony Fontenot; Jairus Victor Grove; David Harvey; Waleed Hazbun; Susanna Hecht; Andrew Herscher; Jonathan Lethem; China Miéville; Don Mitchell; Daniel Bertrand Monk; Jason Moore; Jacob Mundy; Ana Muñiz; Christian Parenti; Andrew Ross; Rebecca Solnit; Michael Sorkin; Rob Wallace; Mabel O. Wilson. Forthcoming.

Gregory Ain: Low-Cost Modern Housing and the Construction of a Social Landscape. UR14.
Editor, Anthony Fontenot.
Contributors: Anthony Denzer, Anthony Fontenot, Anali Gharakhani, and Nicholas Olsberg. Forthcoming.

Open Gaza. UR15.
Editor, Terreform.
Contributors: Salem Al Qudwa; Hadeel Assali; Tareq Baconi; Teddy Cruz and Fonna Forman; M. Christine Boyer; Alberto Foyo; Nasser Golzari; Denise Hoffman Brandt; Romi Khosla; Craig Konyk; Mahdi Sabbagh and Meghan McAllister; Vyjayanthi Venuturupalli Rao; Omar Jabary Salamanca; Francesco Sebregondi; Rafi Segal and Chris Mackey; Yara Sharif; Deen Sharp; Malkit Shoshan; Bint al-Sirhid; Pietro Stefanini; Michael Sorkin; Helga Tawil-Souri. Forthcoming.

The Nanjing Charter. UR16.
Eric Owen Moss Architects. Editor, Terreform. Forthcoming.

New York City (Steady) State: Home Grown.
Editor, Terreform. Forthcoming.

Requiem for a Technopole: The Case of Yachay
Editor, Terreform.
Contributors: Contributors: Tom Angotti; Nicholas Anastasopoulos; Xabier E. Barandiaran and David Vila-Viñas; Felipe Correa; Ana María Durán; María Cristina Gomezjurado Jaramillo; Mauricio Moreno; Jorge Ponce Arteta; Thomas Purcell, Maribel Cadenas Álvarez and Miquel Fernández-González; Miguel Robles-Duran; Michael Sorkin; Achva Benzinberg Stein; Japhy Wilson and Manuel Bayón. Forthcoming.

50 Ways to Game a City: Loophole Planning in Contemporary Mumbai.
Editors, Vyjayanthi Rao Venuturupalli with Vineet Diwadkar. Forthcoming.

Stupid Cities
Editor, Terreform. Forthcoming.

New York City (Steady) State: Waste Not
Editor, Terreform. Forthcoming.

Chapters in Books

“An Intrigue of Webb,” Michael Webb Two Journeys. Ed. Ashley Simone. Zurich: Lars Muller Publishers, 2018: 10–15.

“Preserving People,” Bending the Future: Fifty Ideas for the next Fifty Years of Historic Preservation in the United States. Max Page and Marla R. Miller. Ed. Michael Sorkin. New Haven: Univeristy of Massachusetts, 2017.

“Driving on the Left: A View of the Street, the City and Architecture,” Reflections on Architecture, Society and Politics: Social and Cultural Tectonics in the 21st Century. Ed. Graham Cairns. New York, NY: Routledge, 2017: 134–48.

“Love Thy Neighbor(hood),” ECOWEEK The Book# 1: 50 Voices for Sustainability. Eds. Elias Messinas and Dan Price. Aegina: Ecoweek, 2016: 34–35.

Foreword. The Architecture of Change: Building a Better World.
Ed. Jerilou Hamett and Maggie Wiggley. Albuquerque, New Mexico: 2016.

Introduction. In Situ: George Ranalli Works & Projects. Ed. George Ranelli. Shinzen, China: Oscar Riera Ojeda, 2015: 10–11.

Eric Owen Moss: The New City. I’ll See It When I Believe It. Eric Owen Moss. Eds. Frank Gehry, Jeff Kipnis, Tom Mayne and Michael Sorkin. New York: Rizzoli International, 2016.

Afterword. The Architect As Worker: Immaterial Labor, The Creative Class, And The Politics Of Design. Peggy Deamer. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015.

Prototyping Architecture: The Solar Roofpod; An Educational Design-build Research Project. Christian Volkmann, Barry Bergdoll, and Michael Sorkin. Ed. Oscar Riera. Shenzhen: Oro Publishers Limited, 2015.

“Critical Measure,” Critical Juncture: Joseph Rykwert Royal Gold Metal and CICA Symposium. Eds. Louise Noelle and Sara Topelson De Grinberg. Mexico: Docomo, 2014: 35–54.  

“250 things an architect should know,” Educating Architects: How Tomorrow’s Practitioners Will Learn Today. Eds. Neil Spiller and Nic Clear. London: Thames & Hudson, 2014: 32–39.

“Informal Formality: Learning from Squatter Settlements,” The Economy of Sustainable Construction. Eds. Ilka Ruby and Andreas Ruby. Berlin: Ruby Press, 2014: 155–62.

Foreword. Humanitarian Architecture, by Esther Charlesworth. New York: Routledge, 2014.

Afterword. New Orleans Under Reconstruction. Carol M. Reese, Michael Sorkin and Anthony Fontenot. London: Verso, 2014.

Foreword. The Architecture of Change: Building A Better World. Eds. Jerilou Hammett and Maggie Wrigley. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico, 2013.

Afterword. “Architecture Without Capitalism,” Architecture and Capitalism 1845 to the Present. Ed. Peggy Deamer. New York: Routledge, 2013.

“Neurasia,” Designing Suburban Futures: New Models From Build A Better Burb. Ed. June Williamson. Washington DC: Island Press, 2013.

“Back to the Burbs,” MoMA: Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream. Eds. Barry Bergdoll and Reinhold Martin. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 2012.

“NYU’s Tipping Point,” While We Were Sleeping: NYU and the Destruction of New York A Collection of Pieces in Protest. Various contributors. New York: McNally-Jackson Bookstore, 2012.

“The Sidewalks of New York,” Beyond Zuccotti Park, Freedom of Assembly and the Occupation of Public Space. Eds. Rick Bell, Lance Jay Brown, Lynne Elizabeth, and Ron Shiffman. New York: New Village Press, 2012.

“New York City Steady State,” By the City / For the City: An Atlas of Possibility for the Future of New York. Eds. Anne Guiney and Michael Sorkin. New York: Institute for Urban Design, 2011.

“New York City Steady State at the US Pavilion for LA Biennale di Venezia,” Workbook, The Official Catalog for Workshopping: An American Model of Architecture Practice. Ed. Emily Anbruzzo. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2010.

“Big Apple, Homegrown: Feeding New York In New York,”  Re-inventing Construction. Eds. Ilka & Andreas Ruby. Zurich: Ruby Press, Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction, 2010.

“A Merry Manifesto,” Urban Future Manifestos. Eds. Peter Noever, Kimberli Meyer, and MAK Vienna/Los Angeles. Germany: Hatje Cantz, 2010.

“What is Urban Design,” Basics Landscape Architecture: Urban Design. Eds. Tim Waterman and Ed Wall. Switzerland: Ava Publishing, 2010.

“From New York to Darwinism: Formulas Of Sustainable Urbanism,” Architecture Critic Culture. February, 2010: 74–85.

“Urban Design,” The End(s) of Urban Design. Eds. Alex Krieger and Williams S. Saunders. Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press, 2009.

“The Plot Against Architecture,” Philip Johnson: The Constancy of Change. Ed. Emmanuel Petit. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009.

“The Great Mall of New York,” The Suburbanization of New York.
Eds. Jerilou and Kingsley Hammett, New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2008.

Introduction. “John Howey and Associates Selected and Current Works,” Ed. Robyn Beaver. Australia: Images Publishing Group, 2006.

“The Bounding Mayne,” Fresh Morphosis: 1998–2004. Ed. Thom Mayne. New York: Rizzoli, 2006.

“Brand Aid; Or, The Lexus and the Guggenheim (Further Tales of the Notorious B.I.G.ness),” Commodification and Spectacle in Architecture. Ed. William S. Saunders. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2005.

“The Second Greatest Generation,” Commodification and Spectacle in Architecture. Ed. William S. Saunders. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2005.

“Settlements After Now,” Structure & Meaning in Human Settlements. Eds. Tony Atkin and Joseph Rykwert. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, 2005.

“From New York to Darwinism: Formulary for a Sustainable Urbanism,” City Edge: Case Studies in Contemporary Urbanism. Ed. Esther Charlesworh. New York: Architectural Press, 2005.

“Deputy City,” Urban Ecology: Detroit and Beyond. Ed. Kyong Park/International Center for Urban Ecology. Hong Kong: MAP Book Publishers, 2005.

“The Social Value of Things: The Political Function of Design,”
Il Rumore del Tempo: Gaetano Pesce. Ed. Silvana Anniicchiarico. Milan: Charta, 2005.

Eleven Tasks for Urban Design. Iran: Architecture for Changing Societies. Ed. Philip Jodidio. Torino: Umberto Allemandi & C, 2004.

“Sex, Drugs, Rock ‘n Roll, Cars, Dolphins, and Architecture,” Ant Farm 1968–1978. Eds. Constance M. Lewallen and Steve Seid. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2004.

“More or Less,” The HOME House Project: The Future of Affordable Housing. Ed. David J. Brown. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2004.

“With the Grain,” Whereabouts: New Architecture with Local Identities. Ed. Susan Sirefman, New York: Monacelli Press, 2004.

Introduction. “Variations on a Theme Park,” American Architectural History: A Contemporary Reader. Ed. Keith L. Eggener. New York: Routledge, 2004.

“Urban Warfare: A Tour of the Battlefield,” Cities, War and Terrorism: Towards an Urban Geopolitics. Ed. Steven Graham. Blackwell: Oxford, 2004.

“Learning from Montreal,” The 60s: Montreal Thinks Big. Ed. André Lortie. Montréal: Canadian Centre for Architecture, 2004.

“The Avant-Garde in Time of War,” The State of Architecture at the Beginning of the 21st Century. Eds. Bernard Tschumi and Irene Cheng. New York: Monacelli Press, 2003.

“Some Assembly Required” (Excerpt), What is OMA: Considering Rem Koolhaas and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture. Ed. Rem Koolhaas. Rotterdam: NAi Publishers, 2003.

“Toward A New Approach at Ground Zero,” Beyond the Edge: New York’s New Waterfront. Ed. Raymond W Gastil. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2002.

“Erinnerungen An Charlie,” Die Akademie in Der Zeitenwendei. Ed. Anja Weiburg. Vienna: Akademie der bildenden Künst, 2002.

“Urbanitat Ohne Form,” Mogliche Raume: Stadt Schafft Landschaft. Ed. Thies Schroder. Hamburg: Junius Verlag, 2002.

“Michael Sorkin Studio,” A New World Trade Center. Ed. Max Protetch. New York: Regan Books, 2002.

“A Propos de SITE/On SITE,” James Wines and SITE: Architecture in Context. France: Editions HYX, 2002.

“Protecting Architectural Heritage in Expanding Metropolises,” Historic Cities and Sacred Sites: Cultural Roots for Urban Futures. Ed. Ismall Serageldin. Washington DC: World Bank Publications, 2001.

“The Measure of Comfort,” Comfort: Reclaiming Place in a Virtual World. Ed. Larry Gilman. Cleveland: Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, 2001.

“Traffic in Democracy,” Cities in Transition. Ed. Arie Graafland. Rotterdam: 010 Publishers, 2001.

“Infrastructure: The Ecology of the New,” Celebrating Chandigarh. Ed. Jaspreet Takhar. New Delhi: Chandigarh Perspectives, 2001.

“Socio-Economic Realities,” Celebrating Chandigarh. Ed. Jaspreet Takhar. New Delhi: Chandigarh Perspectives, 2001.

Foreword. The Modern City: Revisited. Ed. Thomas Deckker. London: Spoon Press, 2000.

“Türk Mimarlinda Yeni Arayilar,” Mimarlikta Yeni Arayilar / Genç Türk Mimarlari. Turkey: Tepe Mimarlik Kültürü Merkezi, 2000.

“Hollin Hills: Happy Experiment with Modernity,” Hollin Hills, Community of Vision: A Semicentennial History 1949-1999. Virginia: Civic Association of Hollin Hills, 2000.

Introduction. “Frozen Light,” Gehry Talks, Ed. Mildred Freidman. New York: Rizzoli, 1999.

“Telling Time,” Anytime. Ed. Cynthia C. Davidson. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1999.

Introduction. “Habitat and After,” Moshe Safdie. Ed. Wendy Kohn  London: Academy Editions, 1998.

Introduction. “Habitat e gli anni successive,” Moshe Safdie: Habitat ‘67. Ed. Blake Gopnick. Milan: Testo & Immagine, 1998.

Forward. “The Devil in the Details,” Devil’s Workshop. Eds. Susan Piedmont-Palladino and Mark Alden Branch. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1997.

“Container Riff,” Present and Futures, Architecture in Cities, Barcelona. Comite’ d’ Organizacio’ de Congres, VIA, 1996.

Forword. “Why Sarasota?” The Sarasota School. Ed. John Howey Cambridge: MIT Press, 1995.

“Hohe Punkt Wien und der Dritte Ring” Bleibt Wien Wien? Eds. Michael Haupl and Hannes Swoboda. Vienna: Falter Verlag, 1995.

“Wien Ist Anders,” Innovative Austrian Architecture. Ed. Ramesh Biswas. Berlin: Springer Verlag GmbH, 1995.

“War is Swell,” WWII and The American Dream. Ed. Donald Albrecht. Cambridge: MIT Press, copublished with the National Building Museum, Washington, DC., 1995.

“VR The World,” The Edge of the Millennium. Ed. Susan Yelavich. New York: Whitney Library of Design. 1993.

“Neunzehn Tausendjahridge Mantras,” Architektur im AufBruch. Munich: Prestel Verlag, 1991.

Introduction. “Ciao Manhattan,” New York Architecture 1970–1990.

Ed. Heinrich Klotz. Munich: Prestel Verlag, 1989.

Introduction. Gaetano Pesce: Architecture, Design, Art. Ed. France Vanlaethem. New York: Rizzoli, 1989.

Introduction. Emilio Ambasz. Eds. Mario Bellini, Alessandro Mendini,  Michael Sorkin, and Ettore Sottsass. New York: Rizzoli, 1989.

Introduction. “George Ranalli: The Domestic Apparatus,” George Ranalli: Buildings and Projects. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1988.

“Skyscrapers From A to Z,” La Citta che Sale. Ed. Fulvio Irace. Milan: Arcadia Edizioni, 1988.  

“Post Rock Propter Rock: A Short History of Himmelblau,” Coop Himmelblau, Blaubox, Folio XIII. London: Architectural Association, 1988.

“Canticles For Mike,” Mega V: Temple Island: A Study by Mike Webb, Exhibition Catalogue. London: Architectural Association, 1987.

“Faking It,” Watching Television: A Pantheon Guide to Popular Culture. Ed. Todd Gitlin. New York: Pantheon Books, 1986.

Articles in Periodicals

“Positions: Certain Regulations Pertaining to Public Space in The City,” E-Flux Architecture (July 2018): 27.

“New York Past, Present, Future: Where Will You Be in June 2048?” Oculus (Summer, 2018): 39.

Interview. “Sorkin At Bauhaus: Where Is The Surplus? Where Is The Poetry?” Bauhaus Now (May, 2018): 80-85.

“The Autonomobile and the City,” Architectural Record (April 1, 2017).

“Grounded Saucer,” Mark No. 65 (December 2016 - January 2017): 42-43.

“Manhattan Transfer,” Architect’s Newspaper (October 26, 2016).

“Parametrics and Power,” Architectural Record (September 1, 2017).

“Burden Of Gilt,” The Nation (August 2016): 37-40.

“Forest of Light by Kyu Sung Woo Architects,” Architectural Review (June 2016): 4-13.

“The Cathedral at Ground Zero,” The Nation (April 6, 2016): 31-34.

“Travels with Zaha,” Architectural Record (April 5, 2016).

“Getting Together,” The Nation (December 21-28, 2015): 32-34.

“Lost At Sea,” The Nation (December 1, 2015): 33-35.

“Letters: Inside Out And Outside In,” The Nation (November 9, 2015): 2, 26.  

“Why Has Criticism of the Whitney Been Unmoored?” The Nation (October 19, 2015).

“Starchitects Are Putting Lipstick On A Rash(er) of Enormous Pigs,” Architectural Review (August 2015): 16-17.

“Another City,” The Nation (June 6-13, 2015).

“City Limits: How Localizing Is The Key To Our Urban Future,” Huffington Post (May 18, 2015):

“Too Rich, Too Skinny,” Architectural Record (May 16, 2015): 166-68.

“Pinkwashing Zion Square,” Architect’s Newspaper (April 6, 2016): 66.

“Weird Bedfellows,” The Nation: 150th Anniversary (April 6, 2015): 127-128.

“Our Rival Competition to The Helsinki Guggenheim,” Architectural Review (February 2015).

“The Phantom Menace,” Architectural Record (January 16, 2015): 39.

“Extreme Sustainable City Makeover: New York,” Americas Quarterly (Winter 2014): 49-54.

“Civilian Objects,” The Nation (November 17, 2014): 42-44.

“Two Hundred And Fifty Things An Architect Should Know,”

Architect’s Newspaper (November 12, 2014): 26.

“Making Cities: New York City (Steady) State,” Jamini (Winter 2014): 28-39.

“Lower Manhattan and The Tragedy Of Business As Usual,” Metropolis Magazine (September 2014): 86-87.

“Suha And Me: The Early Days,” Arredamento Mimarlik Magazine (September 2014): 77-78.

“Little Boxes,” The Nation (August 18-25, 2014): 35-36.

“What Is the State of Criticism,” Metropolis Magazine (August 14, 2014): 107.

“Love Thy Neighbor(hood),” The Cities Papers (July 23, 2014):

“Skyscrapers with Chinese Characteristics,” Tall Buildings (June 13, 2014): 28-33.

“Ups and Downs,” The Nation (June 9-16, 2014): 35-37.

“The Architect’s Dilemma: When to Say No,” Architectural Record (June 2014): 176-78.

“Critical Measure,” Architectural Review (May 28, 2014): 91-99.

“Drawing The Line,” Clog: Prisons (May 2014): 110-111.

“New York City (Steady) State,” Science & Vie (May 2014): 114-15.

“The Trials of Rafi Segal,” The Nation (April 23, 2014): 27-30.

“What’s Behind the Poor Door?” The Nation (April 21, 2014): 35-37.

“The View,” The Nation (March 10-17, 2014): 35-36.

“Learning from Yachay,” Architectural Review (March 2014): 25.

“Big Moma’s House,” The Nation (March 10-17, 2014): 36-37.

“Bull in China’s Shop,” The Nation (February 4, 2014): 33-35.

“Empire State of Mind,” Aenon (February 13, 2014):

“Bridge Over Troubled Water,” Architectural Record (January 2014): 35-36.

“The Fungability of Air,” The Nation (December 18, 2013): 36-37.

“Exchange: Trials and Designs (With Bing Wang),” The Nation (December 9, 2013).

“Bloomberg’s Legacy Leaves Many Questions Unanswered,”

Architectural Review (October 23, 2013): 31.

“A Visual Rhythm of Strength and Grace, Office Building in Xi’an Airport,” Beyond Magazine (October 2013): 106-111.

“Habitable Levee,” Beyond Magazine (October 2013): 106-111.

“Presidents and Libraries,” The Nation (October 28, 2013): 35-37.

“Marshall Berman 1940–2013,” The Nation (September 16, 2013).

“Drawing The Line: Architects and Prisons,” The Nation (September 16, 2013): 32-35.

“Ground Zero Sum,” The Nation (September 2, 2013): 33-35.

“Rumble in the Urban Jungle,” Architectural Record (August 2013): 41.

“New York,” Abitare (July 2013): 85.

“Viewpoints: Michael Sorkin,” Architectural Review (June 2013): 25.

“Hitler’s Classical Architect,” The Nation (June 10-17 Issue 2013): 27-30.

“Beyond New Flood Defences We Need New Ways Of Living With Nature,” The Architectural Review (March 2013): 25.

“Tribute to Ada Louise Huxtable: 1921-2013,” Architectural Record (January 7, 2013).

“Origin of Species,” Architectural Design, Special Issue: The New Pastoralism: Landscape into Architecture (April 4, 2013): 60-67.

“Driving On the Left: Sorkin’s View of the Street,

The City and Architecture,” Architecture Media Politics Society (2013): 1-2.

“An Alternative Proposal for The Growth of NYU,” Architect’s Newspaper (March 6, 2013):

“Learning The Hard Way,” Architectural Record (December 2012): 31.  

“How Green Is My City?” Landscape Architecture Magazine (2012).

“Debating Contemporary Urban Conflicts,” Cities: The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning (August 13, 2012): 466.

“New York City (Steady) State,” Architectural Design 218: Scarcity, Architecture in an Age of Depleting Resources (July/August, 2012).

“New York City (Steady) State,” PLOT Journal, Marginal Street (2012).

“New York City (Steady) State: A Figure-Ground Switch,” GAM Graz Architecture Magazine 08: Dense Cities (2012).

“New York City (Steady) State,” Lotus: The Union Street, Urban Orchard, (2012).

“Occupying Wallstreet,” Architect: Spontanious Interventions, U.S. Pavilion, 13th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale, (August 2012).

“Building the Culture of Palestine,” Prince Claus Awards (2011).

“My Kind of Town: Michael Sorkin on Hollis Hills,” Architecture Today 22 (October 2011).

“Smoke and Mirrors,” commentary on “The City Rebuilds,” Architectural Record (September 2011).

“Ground Zero Dieci Anni Dopo: Grand Mela,” Il Giornale Dell’Architettura (September 2011).

“Last Chance to Save Ground Zero,” Architect’s Newspaper (September 2011).

“The Circulation System of the City,” Foundations 12, Internal Magazine of the Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction (May 2011).

“New York Neues Triptychon,” Baumeister Magazine (May 2011).

“Eutopia Now!” Harvard Design Magazine (Fall/Winter 2009/2010).

“City Works 4, Student Work 2009-2010,” The City College of New York (2010).

“From New York to Darwinism: Formulas Of Sustainable Urbanism.” Architecture Critic Culture. February, 2010: 74–85

“Fat City,” Americas Quarterly: The Policy Journal For Our Hemisphere, The Environmental Issue (Fall 2009).

“Connect the Dots: Dubai, Labor, Urbanism, Sustainability, and the Education of Architects,” Architectural Record (August 2009).

“Temporary Openings In The City Fabric Tempt A Critic To Imagine,” Architectural Record (May 2009).

“Some Suggestions on How to Spend $800 Billion,” Architectural Record (February 2009).

“Bucky Lives,” Architectural Record (November 2008).

“Learning from the Hutong of Beijing and the Lilong of Shanghai,” Architectural Record (July 2008).

“Strolling through Tokyo’s Hothouse of Architectural Wonders,” Architectural Record (May 2008).

“Making (too) Big Plans for Manhattan’s West Side,” Architectural Record (February 2008).

“Legal loophole trumps good zoning in SoHo,” Architectural Record (December 2007).

“A Trip to India,” Made in India: Architectural Design Series (November/December 2007).

“Il fattore paura,” IL Magazine Dell Architettura (September 2007).

“Big Brother Hitches a Ride with a Congestion Pricing Scheme,” Architectural Record (September 2007).

“The End(s) of Urban Design,” Harvard Design Magazine (Fall 2006/Winter 2007).

“Hollowing Out the Middle: What’s Lost When a Housing Enclave is Sold,” Architectural Record (November 2006).

“Guilt by Association: Political expression and Architecture,” Architectural Record (July 2006).

“Jane Jacobs: Fighting Back Until the Very End,” Architectural Record (June 2006).

“Jane Jacobs Dies at 89,” The Architect’s Newspaper (May 10, 2006).

“Will New Plans for the Gulf Drown it Again, this Time inNostalgia?” Architectural Record (February 2006).

“Democracy Degree Zero,” UmBau 22 (2005).

“What Can You Say About The Pritzker?” Perspecta: The Yale Architectural Journal, Vol 37, (2005).

“People who Live in Urban Glass Houses…Play it Safe,” Architectural Record (December 2005).

“After the Flood: Rebuilding the Physical and Social Fabric,” Architectural Record (October 2005).

“Finding a dramatic home for a political football,” Critique, Architectural Record (August 2005).

“Ten Better Places for a Football Stadium,” The Architect’s Newspaper (July 13, 2005).

“Architecture as Symbol Generates a Hot Debate Among our Critics,” Architectural Record (June 2005).

“Philip Johnson: An American Icon,” Architectural Record (May 2005).

“Into the Woods,” Domus, no. 877, (January 2005).

“Cities From Scratch,” Digest of South African Architecture (2005/2006).

“Entering the Building,” Perspecta: The Yale Architectural Journal, Volume 35, (2004).

“Frontiers of Space,” Domus, no. 875, (November 2004).

“New York’s Dense Urban Fabric,” Architectural Record (October 2004).

“On Architectural Criticism: Advice to Critics,” Arcade, Volume 23, Number 1, (Autumn 2004).

“When Good Architects Design Bad Buildings: Beauty Trumps Ethics,” Architectural Record (August 2004).

“Libeskind’s World Trade Center Guidelines Raise Doubts” Architectural Record (June 2004).

“Ant Farm: 1968–1978,” BAM/PFA Art & Film Notes (January/February 2004).

“Starting From Zero: Reconstructing Downtown New York,” DESIGNER/builder (January/February 2004).

“Of Landmarks and Memorials: Getting Mad (and MAD) About All the Wrong Things,” Architectural Record (January 2004).

“Protest: Last Chance to Save Ground Zero,” The Architect’s Newspaper (December 2003).

“Patrimonio Arquitetonico e Metropoles Em Expansao,” Revista de Urbanismo e Arquitetura (December 2003).

“Confessions of a Competitions Junkie,And Why It May Be Time to Kick the Habit,” Architectural Record (November 2003).

“Of Dolphins, Comedy, and Architecture: Remembering Doug Michels and Ant Farm,” Architectural Record (September 2003).

“Architecture Must Be!” Hunch, The Berlage Institute Report, (August 2003).

“Obstructed Vision: Constraints Limit WTC Memorial Even Before Design Is Selected,” Architectural Record (July 2003).

“Pensieri Sulla Densita: Density Noodle,” Lotus International Quarterly Architectural Review, 117, (June 2003).

“Kentlesme Esittir Politika: Asirilarin Hukmettigi Bir Bolgeden Ogrenilenler,” Mimarklik (May 2003).

“No Island is an Island: A Developer Shows How to Build with Nature,” Architectural Record, (January 2003).

“Bring It On: In Search of Democracy at Ground Zero,” Slate Magazine (January 2003).

“Brand Aid: Or, The Lexus and the Guggenheim (Further Tales of the Notorious B.I.G.ness),” Harvard Design Magazine 17 (Fall 2002/Winter 2003).

“Dense-Cities,” Constructs, Yale School of Architecture, (Spring 2003).

“Making Lists: The Byzantine Politics of Picking Design Firms for Ground Zero,” Architectural Record (November 2002).

“A Bronx Olympics,” 306090 03 (September 2002).

“Utopia Now,” Metropolis Magazine (July 2002).

“Urbanism is Politics: Lessons from a Place Where the Extremes Now Rule,” Architectural Record (July 2002).

“Critical Moment for the WTC Site: Determining What Gets Done and Whose Voices Get Heard,” Architectural Record (May 2002).

“Prada Epicenter Store in New York,” Baumeister (May 2002).

“The Architecture of Air Travel,” The New York Times (April 14, 2002).

“The Center Cannot Hold: Decentralized Rebuilding Program,” Properties, Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute (April 2002).

“Splitsville, USA: Why the Practice and Teaching of Urban Design Is Coming Apart,” Architectural Record (March 2002).

“Riff On Rem: Sorkin’s Take On Multinational Style,” Architectural Record (January 2002).

“Collateral Damage: Assessing the Cultural and Architectural Aftermath of September 11,” Metropolis Magazine (2002).

“Fabricating Authenticity,” Metropolis Magazine (March 2001).

“Containing Cairo,” Architectural Record (April 2001).

“Herb’s Content,” Architecture (June 2001).

“The Powerful Egalitarianism of Disaster Sheds Light on a Post-September 11 Future,” Architectural Record (November 2001).

“Put a Piece of Downtown in Flushing,” The New York Times Magazine (November 11, 2001).

“The Big Peep Show,” The New York Times Magazine (December 26, 2000).

“The Devil’s in the Details,”  Metropolis Magazine (February/March 2000).

“The Second Greatest Generation,” Harvard Design Magazine (Fall 2000).

“Traffic in Democracy,” Art & Design, Volume 6, Number 1, (1999).

“Big Deal,” Metropolis Magazine (October 1999).

“Chandigarh Despues De Corbusier,” Arquitectura y Critica (September 1999).

“Crap Shoot: Gambling On The Triumph of ‘Taste’ in Las Vegas,”  Metropolis Magazine (April 1999).

“Empty Premises: What is it about the French?” Metropolis Magazine (January 1999).

“George Ranalli,” Constructs, Yale School of Architecture (1999).

“In Plane View: Norman  Foster’s Hong Kong Airport Brings the Tarmac into the Terminal,” Metropolis Magazine (February/March 1999).

“Letter from New York,” The Architecture Review (November 1999).

“When to Fold: Finally a Mass-Market Version of Deleuze,” Metropolis Magazine (December 1999).

“No Sex Please, We’re British,” Metropolis Magazine (September 1999).

“Overdue,” Metropolis Magazine (October 1999).

“Remembering the Future,” Architectural Record (June 1999).

“Six Degrees of Phyllis Lambert,” Metropolis Magazine, (November 1999).

“Siza Day,” Metropolis Magazine (July 1999).

“Acting Urban: Can New Urbanism Learn from Modernism’s Mistakes?” Metropolis Magazine, (August/September 1998).

“Acting Urban: New Urbanism is Becoming the Acceptable Face of Sprawl,” Urban Land (October 1998).

“Amazing Archigram,” Metropolis Magazine (April 1998).

“America’s Most Visited Houses,” Architectural Record (April 1998).

“Beyond Bilbao,” Bazaar (December 1998).

“The Borders of Islamic Architecture,” Metropolis Magazine (December 1998).

“Chandigarh After Corbusier,” Architectural Record (February 1998).

“Come and Getty: Archmodernist Meier’s Work Takes an Unexpected Turn Toward Kitsch,” Metropolis Magazine (June 1998).

“Documenting Wright,” Metropolis Magazine (October 1998).

“Down with False Messiahs,” aaq (October 1998).

“FutureZones (and) Eleven Tasks for Urban Design,” Perspecta: The Yale Architectural Journal 29 (1998).

“Lite Construction: Why Does The New Architecture At MOMA Feel So Old Fashioned?” Metropolis Magazine (July 1998).

“Round and Round,” Metropolis Magazine (November 1998).

“Second Nature,” Metropolis Magazine (May 1998).

“Times Square: Status Quo Vadis,” Harvard Design Magazine, (Winter/ Spring 1998).

“The Urban Vibe,” Architectural Record (June 1998).

“American Institute of Architects: 1997 Honors & Awards,” Architectural Record (May 1997).

“Can Williams and Tsien’s Phoenix Museum Help This Sprawling Desert City Find It’s Edge?” Architectural Record (January 1997).

“Clifford House Reviewed,” UME4 (1997): 22-24.

“Hyper Growth in South China: From the Pearl River Delta to Shanghai,” Architectural Record (July 1997).

“La Tematizzazione della Citta,” Fiere e Citta, Triennale di Milano (1997).

“Paul Rudolph: A Personal Appreciation,” Architectural Record (September 1997).

“Ma Puo Una Citta Ogni Giorno Dipendere Da Millioni Di,” Abitare (March 1996).

“Trafik I Demokratia,” Arkitektur (November/December 1996).

“Verkehr und Demokratik,” Paper Art (1996-1997).

“Governor’s Island New York Harbor,” Cuidades Inasibles (1995).

“Skyscrapers from A-Z,” Architectural Design (July/August 1995).

“Terra Noever: The Pit in Austria’s Burgenland,” Topos (June 1995).

“Ideas and Approaches to Architecture and the City: A New Movement,” Space Design (September 1994).

“Post-Sin City,” I.D. Magazine (May/April 1994).

“Shrooms: East New York,” (co-author Joan Copjec) Assemblage (August 1994).

“Designing America,” I.D. Magazine (March/April 1993).

“For Paul Rudolph,” ANY (May/June 1993).

“The Holocaust Museum: Between Beauty and Horror,” Progressive Architecture (February 1993).

“Morphosis,” Newsline (Summer 1993).

“Meeting Places,” Progressive Architecture (April 1993).

“Utopia Under Glass,” I.D. Magazine (September/October 1993).

“Cartoon Cities,” I.D. Magazine (November/December 1992).

“Forms of Attachment: Additions to Modern American Monuments,” Lotus International (1992).

“Knocking Chips Off Old Blocks,” Blueprint (December/January 1992).

“Scenes from The Electronic City,” I.D. Magazine (May/June 1992).

“See You in Disneyland,” Arch+ (December 1992).

“The Age of Kahn’s Balancing Act: The Latest Set of Aga Khan Award Winners,” Architectural Record (April 1990).

“Architektur Erhebt Sich. Lebbeus Wood’s Projekt Aerial Paris,” Daidalos (September 15, 1990).

“Lebbeus Woods - Architecture Rising,” Newsline (November 1990).

“Solid Geometry... Architect Peter Eisenman Puts a New Spin on Design,” House & Garden (October 1989).

“13 Tips for the Budding Critic,” ARCADE (February/March 1989).

“Auto Da Fe: Paul Rudolph,” Drawings for the Art and Architecture Building at Yale (1988).

“Brave New Worlds,” Architectural Record (February 1988).

“Bulletins From the Future,” (co-author Mike Davis) LA Style (June 1988).

“Child of the Times: Gaetano Pesce Puts a Human Face on Modern Design,” House &Garden (December 1988).

“Decon Job,” Village Voice (July 5, 1988).

“Drawing Pleasure,” Village Voice (January 12, 1988).

“The Light House: Paul Rudolph’s Triplex Aerie Suspended Over Manhattan’s Skyline,” House & Garden (January 1988).

“Where Was Phillip?” Spy (October 1988).

“Phillip Johnson’s MOMA Hustle,” Interiors (April 1988).

“About Town,” Village Voice (May 19, 1987).

“Alan Buchsbaum 1935-87” Village Voice (April 28, 1987).

“Canon Fodder,” Village Voice (December 1, 1987).

“Cheesed Off,” Spy (March 1987).

“Court Jesting,” Spy (May 1987).

“Corb in New York,” Village Voice (October 27, 1987).

“The Devil in Jersey,” Connoisseur (January 1987).

“The Garden In The Machine,” Design Book Review (Fall 1987).

“Zaha Hadid,” Village Voice (July 21, 1987).

“Machine Dreams,” Village Voice (February 17, 1987).

“Minimums,” Village Voice (October 13, 1987).

“Modern Architecture: Its Past and Future,” North Carolina Architect (March/April 1987).

“Phillip Johnson: The Master Builder as a Self Made Man,” Village Voice (October 20, 1987).

“The Politics of Manners,” Seven Days (July 1987).

“Reconstructing the Holocaust,” Village Voice (June 23, 1987).

“Silicon Implants in Brooklyn,” Village Voice (March 31, 1987).

“Talking About Architecture,” Avenue (November 1987).

“True West,” Village Voice (August 25, 1987).

“A Bunch of White Guys (and Three Japanese) Sitting Around Talking, or the Three PPP,” Design Book Review (Spring 1986).

“Fallingwater At Fifty,” Connoisseur (August 1986).

“Freed at Last,” Village Voice (April 22, 1986).

“The Invisible Man,” Village Voice (March 25, 1986).

“Leaving Wright Enough Alone,” Architectural Record (March 1986).

“Mask Of Medusa,” Architectural Record (November 1986).

“Palace For a Bureaucracy,” Connoisseur (May 1986).

“Postmodern Mash,” Connoisseur (November 1986).

“The Real Thing,” Architectural Record (September 1986).

“The Uncertain Status of Being Stern,” Spy (December 1986).

“Another Low-Tech Spectacular,” Architectural Review (September 1985).

“Art Squads,” Parkett 6 (1985).

“Collectibles,” Vogue (May 1985).

“Critics on Criticism,” Metropolis Magazine (November 1985).

“Dump the Trump,” Village Voice (December 24, 1985).

“Ferry Godfathers,” Village Voice (October 1985).

“A Light in the Forest,” House & Garden (January 1985).

“The White City,” Village Voice (January 8, 1985).

“Why Goldberger Is So Bad: The Case of the Time Square,” Village Voice (April 2, 1985).

“Mr. Wright,” Village Voice (February 5, 1985).

“Que Serra Sera,” Village Voice (March 5, 1985).

“Reforming the Institute,” Village Voice (April 30, 1985).

“Save the Whitney,” Village Voice (June 25, 1985).  

“Tipping the Circle: Will the World’s Tallest Building Replace the Coliseum?” Village Voice (May 28, 1985).

“Two Primitives,” Village Voice (July 30, 1985).

“The Big Man on Campus,” Architectural Review (April 1984).

“A Masterful Meeting: Architect Peter Gluck Adds to a Classic House by Mies van der Rohe,” House & Garden (January 1984).

“The Official Style,” The Nation (July 7-14, 1984).

“Scarpa, In The Details,” Village Voice (December 11, 1984).

“SOM Story,” Design Book Review (Fall 1984).

“Architecture: Peter L. Gluck” Architectural Digest (October 1983).

“Architecture: William H. Grover,” Architectural Digest (August 1983).

“Critique; On Hardy, Holzman, Pfeifer,” Arts and Architecture, Volume 2, Number 1, (1983).

“A House of Illusions,” House & Garden (August 1983).

“Just A Phone Call Away,” I.D. Magazine (March/April 1983).

“When a Woman Designs A War Monument,” Vogue (May 1983).

“Tastemakers: J. Irwin Miller,” House & Garden (April 1983).

“Tower Hungry: Three Skyscrapers at MOMA,” Skyline (March 1983).

“Architecture: Myron Goldfinger,” Architectural Digest (March 1982).

“Architecture: Peter L. Gluck,” Architectural Digest (December 1982).

“On Being Scene: New York Fashions Its Style,” Brand New York (1982).

“Drawing Conclusions,” Village Voice (April 20, 1982).

“Explaining Los Angeles,” California Counterpoint: New West Coast Architecture Catalogue 18 (1982).

“The Path Always Taken,” Book Review, The Skyscraper by Paul Goldberger, The Nation (February 6, 1982).

“Portman’s Hotel: Assault on A Mythic Center?” The Wall Street Journal (January 22, 1982).

“The Stuff Of Hollywood Dreams: Artful Architecture in Tinseltown,” Travel & Leisure (June 1982).

“American Architecture Since 1960: Quo Vadis,” Architecture and Urbanism (March 1981).

“Anderson Hall Expansion: School of Architecture, Rice University,” Arts & Architecture (Winter 1981).

“On Building Blocks,” Village Voice (April 1981).

“Bunker Hill Mentality,” Arts and Architecture (Fall 1981).

“A City Drawn and Quartered,” Village Voice (January 28-February 3, 1981).

“YMCA Downtown Branch, Houston: Taft Architects,” Art & Architecture (Winter 1981).

“Wolfe At The Door,” Book Review, From Bauhaus to Our House by Tom Wolfe, The Nation (October 31, 1981).

“Hardy, Holzman, and Pfeifer Associates,” L.A. Architect (April 1981).

“On the Hegemony of Ersatz,” Progressive Architecture (September 1981).

“Motels Are for Weeping,” Village Voice (January 7-13, 1981).

“New Architects for LACMA: Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates,” L.A. Architect (April 1981).

“The Odd Couples,” Village Voice (March 16-24, 1981).

“US Architecture: Quo Vadis,” Architecture and Urbanism (March 1981).

“Albany Malled,” Domus (December 1980).

“Architecture, Too, Belongs In Museum,” Los Angeles Herald Examiner (July 2, 1980).

“The World Of All Possible Bests,” Village Voice (February 4, 1980).

“Drawings for Sale,” Village Voice (November 12, 1980).

“Emilio Ambasz,” Architecture and Urbanism (May 1980).

“House Painters,” Village Voice (November 19-25, 1980).

“The Illusion of Pluralism,” Arkkitehti (May/June 1980).

“Pretty As A Building,” Village Voice (December 17-23, 1980).

“Sci-fi Flicks Are Doing What Architects Should,” Los Angeles Herald Examiner (January 30, 1980).

“Shaft,” Village Voice (June 25-July 1, 1980).

“Aalto Et Al,” Village Voice (August 13, 1979).

“Food Follows Function,” Restaurant Design (Fall 1979).

“License to Pillage,” Village Voice (June 11, 1979).

“Let a Hundred Styles Blossom,” Village Voice (March 19, 1979).

“Lofty Persuits,” TWA Ambassador (June 1979).

“Aw Monument Manque: The House On West 11th Street,” Village Voice (April 23, 1979).

“Mumfordiana,” The Nation (May 26, 1979).

“The Tastemaker,” Building Design (April 20, 1979).

“Vegitecture,” Wet Magazine (June, 1979).

“Cloning People,” Skyline (November 1978).

“Hollywood Matters,” Skyline (September, 1978).

“This Was the House that Jack Built. Who’s to Blame?” Student Lawyer (April 1978).

“The Architect: A New American Movie Hero,” aaq (1975).

“Litany of Crisis,” The International Urban Crisis by Thomas L. Blair, aaq (1975).

“Abaixo os Falsos Messias!” Architectura (May 1974).

“Robert Venturi And The Function Of Architecture at The Presen Time,” aaq (1974).

“A Radical Alternative,” Architectural Record (December 1972).