+ “Model Tenants: Tokyo's Archi-Depot,” in Log 39 (2017).
+ “Hendrik Christian Andersen’s World Conscience,” in AA Files 73 (2016), 40-47.
+ “The Alien Anxieties of Tokyo’s Olympic Architecture,” in Art Papers (Sept/Oct., 2016).
+ “The Architectural Fossil: James Fergusson, Geology and World History,” in Architectural Theory Review 20.1 (2015), 46-66.
+ “Modern Mirages and Monsters, Architecture in Japan 1790/1892,” in Pidgin 19 (2015), 40-51.
+ Organizer for "One Complex Situation: Histories of Observation in Architecture," April 7th, 2017, Princeton University. With invited talks by Zeynep Çelik Alexander, Jonathan Reynolds, Charles Davis, Ayala Levin, Ed Eigen, Hadas Steiner.
Description: “One Complex Situation: Histories of Observation in Architecture” is a one-day symposium that will examine how the values and practices of observation have shaped architectural research, design, history and pedagogy. Architectural thinkers have long used the language of observation to distinguish their work from other modes of experience, but scholars have only recently dedicated themselves to historicizing the contingent nature of this choice. The symposium assembles six scholars presenting case studies from Europe, America, Africa and East Asia that situate architectural knowledge-making within specific epistemological conjunctures. At a time when the so-called boundaries of architectural research are in question and the nature of truth both in the discipline and outside of it are changing, the day’s events show that observation and what is observed form one “complex situation” that cannot be taken for granted.
Website Link: https://soa.princeton.edu/#1793