Uncommon Building: A Collective Excavation of a Fictional Structure, co-edited with Honor Gavin (Sheffield: Spirit Duplicator Press, 2017)
Writing Cities 2: Distance and the City, co-edited with Gunter Gassner and Katherine Robinson, (London: London School of Economics and Political Science, in collaboration with the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Harvard Graduate School of Design and Harvard Law School, 2012).
ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
Forthcoming: ‘Feeling Bodies of Architecture: Towards an Incommensurable Pedagogy’ in eds. Ashraf M. Salama, Harriet Harriss, Ane Gonzalez Lara The Routledge Companion to Architectural Pedagogies of the Global South (London: Routledge, 2021)
‘Domestic Monumentality: Scale and Affect in the Modern City’ in eds. Michal Murawski and Jonathan Bach Re-Centring the City: Global Mutations of Socialist Modernity. (London: UCL Press, 2020).
‘The materiality of erasure: tabula rasa urbanism in post-war Mexico City’ in eds. Philipp Schorch and Martin Saxer, Exploring Materiality and Connectivity in Anthropology and Beyond, (London: UCL Press, 2020).
‘Unequal ideas: Reflections on Designing Politics, an urban ideas competition in Rio de Janeiro’ Design Issues 35(4) (MIT Press, 2019), pp. 52-60.
‘Frames of Love, or, Love’s Perspective’ in eds. Yoke-Sum Wong and Karen Engle Feelings of Structure, (Montreal: University of McGill Press, 2018) pp. 86-98.
'Cohabitation: Against the Tabula Rasa and Towards a New Urban Ethic', in ed. UN Habitat, The Quito Papers and the New Urban Agenda, (New York: Routledge, 2018), pp. 78 - 83.
‘Walking Against the Crowd: Towards a Spatially Complex City’ in eds. Jaspar Joseph-Lester and Roberto Bottazzi Walking Cities: London, (London: Camberwell Press, 2016) pp, 49-60.
‘Finding Lost Newness: Archiving the Architecture of Eileen Gray’s E.1027’ Drain: A Journal of Art and Culture 11(2), 2014.
‘Revolutionary Affect: Feeling Modern in Mexico City’ in eds. Emma Jackson and Hannah Jones Stories of cosmopolitan belonging: Emotion and Location, (London: Routledge, 2014) pp. 183-195.
‘The Importance of Being Seen: Surrealism and mimesis in Mexican modern architecture’ All That Is Common, 1, 2012, pp.15-19.
‘Appearing In or Out of Time: Temporal Rhetoric in Mexico City Modern’ in eds. Gunter Gassner, Adam Kaasa and Katherine Robinson Writing Cities 2., London School of Economics and Political Science: London, 2012 pp.74-87.
‘Introduction: The Process of Writing Cities 2011’ in eds. Gunter Gassner, Adam Kaasa and Katherine Robinson Writing Cities 2., London School of Economics and Political Science: London, 2012 pp.12-15.
‘On the ground’ with Priya Shankar and Marcos Rosa in eds. Ricky Burdett and Deyan Sudjic Living in the Endless City, (London, Phaidon, 2011), pp. 396-411.
‘Governing Change: The Metropolitan Revolution in Latin America’ with Ricky Burdett, Architectural Design (Special Issue: Latin America at the Crossroads), 81(3) May/June 2011, pp. 42-51.
‘Thinking anew every time: An encounter with Judith Butler’, with Daniela Tanner, The Graduate Journal of Social Sciences, 8(1), 2011, pp. 30-36.
‘Color and the City’ with Ricky Burdett, in ed. Gareth Doherty New Geographies 3: Urbanisms of Color, (Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press 2010), pp. 54-63.
‘Review of Cityscapes in History: Creating the Urban Experience edited by Katrina Gullier and Heléna Tóth’, Planning Perspectives, 30(3), 2015, pp. 478-80.
‘Review of Team 10: An Archival History by Anne Pedret’, Planning Perspectives, 29(4), 2014, pp. 477-79.
‘Newness and Responsibility: Naomi Klein's The Shock Doctrine’ Static: The Journal of the London Consortium, Issue 07, 2008.
‘Making Cultural Infrastructure’ with John Bingham-Hall, Theatrum Mundi Publications. London School of Economics: London, 2017.
'New Cultural Infrastructure: Can we design the conditions for culture?' with John Bingham-Hall, Theatrum Mundi Working Papers. London School of Economics: London, 2017.
Designing Politics: The Limits of Design, co-edited with John Bingham-Hall and Elisabetta Pietrostefani, Theatrum Mundi: London, 2016.
‘Making Cultural Infrastructure: Hamburg and London’ with John-Bingham Hall, Theatrum Mundi Working Papers. London School of Economics: London, 2015.
‘Aesthetic Infrastructures: 9 Photographs, São Paulo (2015)’, When We Build Again, London, 2015.
Music and Architecture, co-edited with Kiera Blakey, Theatrum Mundi Working Papers. London School of Economics and Political Science: London, 2015.
Beyond the Public., co-edited with Kiera Blakey, Theatrum Mundi Working Papers. London School of Economics and Political Science: London, 2014.
Cities, Health and Well-being, co-edited with Myfanwy Taylor and Ricky Burdett, Urban Age publication, LSE Cities, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, 2011.