Housing as Intervention: Architecture towards Social Equity (guest editor)
AD (Architectural Design), John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2018

‘Housing as Intervention’ is available in New York at McNally Jackson Books and online at (if “out of stock,” click for back-order)

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Low Rise High Density: Suburban Alternatives (author)
Extending from the Center for Architecture exhibition, in progress

Design for Equity (editorial and production consultant)
Enterprise Community Partners, 2015-16

Affordable Housing in New York City, Nicholas Bloom and Matthew Lasner, editors (contributor)
Princeton University Press, 2015

A Genealogy of Modern Architecture: A Comparative Critical Analysis of Built Form, by Kenneth Frampton (contributor and editorial assistant)
Lars Müller Publishers, 2015

The Legacy Project: New Housing New York. Best Practices in Affordable, Sustainable, Replicable Housing Design, by Lance Jay Brown, Mark Ginsberg, and Tara Siegel (contributor)
Oscar Riera Ojeda, 2015

American Masterworks: Houses of the Twentieth & Twenty-first Centuries, by Kenneth Frampton (production assistant)
Rizzoli, 2008



Designing New York: Quality Affordable Housing
New York City Public Design Commission, 2018

Aging in Place Guide for Building Owners
New York City Department for the Aging, 2016

FitCity 10 Report: How the Built Environment can Improve Public Health
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 2015

Second Annual Disaster Housing Summit Report
(funded by the US Department of Homeland Security)
Regional Catastrophic Planning Team, 2011

Disaster Housing Summit Report (funded by the US Department of Homeland Security)
Regional Catastrophic Planning Team, 2010



“(Un)affordable New York”
Domus, April 2019

“How to Judge an Icon: Via 57 West” 
Avery Review, December 2016

“Total Reset” 
Art Papers, January/February 2015

“The Competitive Hypothesis”
Domus, February 2013

“Low-Rise, High-Density Housing: Marcus Garvey Park Village”
Urban Omnibus, July 18. 2012

“Look at Your Neighborhood”
Huffington Post, March 5, 2012

“Replicable Model or One-Off Star? Via Verde, South Bronx”
Bauwelt and Domus, March, 2012

“MoMA Takes on Suburbia”
Museum of Modern Art – “Inside/Out,” October 2011

“Total Housing”
Domus, March 2011

Oral history interviews with Jacques Blumer, Anatole du Fresne, Kenneth Frampton, Alfredo Pini, Fritz Thormann
Archived in the Columbia University Libraries, 2008-09