see also Brian's Portland Architecture blog

An Empty-Nester Couple's Resort-Like Retreat Overlooks Silicon Valley [Dwell, March 2020]
Now the Portland Building really is a landmark [Portland Tribune, March 2020]
This Hermosa Beach Home Nails California Living [Dwell, March 2020]
With Maseeh Hall, PSU sees the light [Portland Tribune, February 2020]
Arts groups play the Portland real estate game [Oregon ArtsWatch, January 2020]
Constructing Community: Adohi Hall [Spaces4Learning, January 2020]
A Handcrafted British Columbia Home's Joyful Camp Vibes [Dwell, January 2020]
A Portland Midcentury Home's Epic, Decade-Long Renovation [Dwell, January 2020]
An Actor-Turned-Designer Couple's Oregoon Dream House [Dwell, January 2020]
Saul Zaik: last of the midcentury modern greats [Portland Tribune, January 2020]
Artful Recycling: Austin's Upcycle [Retrofit, January 2020]

The Warriors Get a New Home, and New Neighbors [New York Times, December 2019]
Portland's best architecture of the 2010s [Portland Tribune, December 2019]
Grant declares victory [Portland Tribune, November 2019]
Origami artfully reimagines an overlooked housing type [Metropolis, November 2019]
Shape Shifter: Lisa Picard [Gray, October 2019]
A shelter that soars [Portland Tribune, October 2019]
A Seattle Craftsman's Svelte Cantilevered Addition [Dwell, September 2019]
This Vancouver House Opens to the Neighborhood [Dwell, September 2019]
Entering a new era, again [Portland Tribune, September 2019]
Aldo Cibic's Venice Loft [Dwell, August 2019]
Commemoration and Inspiration: A New Generation of Memorials [I+D, August 2019]
Three Drool-Worthy Portland Remodels [Portland Monthly, August 2019]
A Radiant Remodel Revitalizes A Dark Seattle Tudor House [Dwell, July 2019]
Rediscovering and Renovated a Moritz Kundig Gem [Dwell, July 2019]
Is the Renovated Portland Building Still the Portland Building? [CityLab, June 2019]
Island of Ambition [Portland Tribune, June 2019]
Past Meets Future: Kengo Kuma's Cultural Crossing [The Section, June 2019]
Waechter Architecture's Slender House Makes the Most of a Narrow Lot [Dwell, May 2019]
Rethinking Centennial Mills [Portland Tribune, May 2019]
A Seattle Couple Expand Into a Backyard ADU [Dwell, April 2019]
Screened Gem [Portland Tribune, April 2019]
BCJ's Council Crest Residence [Dwell, April 2019]
Using CLT, Hacker Connects Workplace and Nature [Metropolis, April 2019]
Density In Small Packages [Portland Tribune, March 2019]
A Growing Opportunity [I+D, March 2019]
Let's Make Albina Vision A Reality [Portland Tribune, February 2019]
Interiors Awards 2019: The Spheres [Contract, January 2019]
Old Bricks, New Hot Spots [Portland Tribune, January 2019]

Re-Imaginations and Reclamations [Portland Tribune, December 2018]
Letting In the Light [Portland Tribune, November 2018]
A Toronto Tower Grows from Victorian Rowhouse [Retrofit, November 2018]
A Winner on Williams [Portland Tribune, October 2018]
A Portland Craftsman, Cubed [New York Times, September 2018]
A Portland House's Frank Lloyd Wright Urban Legend [Dwell, September 2018]
The Groundbreaker: Architect Carrie Strickland of WPA [Portland Monthly, September 2018]
Vermont 10: Exemplary Infill Housing [Portland Tribune, September 2018]
Mass Timber Tower Carbon12 Rises Over Code and Financing Hurdles [Architect, September 2018]
The Karl Miller Center: A New Heart of PSU's Campus [Metropolis, August 2018]
Food Carts and Development: A Movable Feast [Portland Tribune, August 2018]
From Midcentury-Modern Office to Funeral Home and Chapel [Retrofit, July 2018]
(Open) Space is the Place [Portland Tribune, July 2018]
Jupiter NEXT: Coarse Jewel [Portland Tribune, June 2018]
One Project With 2 Styles Reflects Its Neighborhood [New York Times, June 2018]
Ship in a Bottle: Portland State University's Viking Pavilion [Portland Tribune, May 2018]
Skylab Architecture Designs a Unique Tower/Podium Hybrid in Portland [Metropolis, April 2018]
Pearl Post Office Project: Big Parcel Needs Many Players [Portland Tribune, April 2018]
Making Connections: A New Generation of Transit Hubs [I+D, March 2018]
Crosstown Concourse: Distribution Center to Urban Village [Retrofit, March 2018]
Architecture Comes to 82nd Avenue [Portland Tribune, March 2018]
Height and View Corridors: A Simple Plan [Portland Tribune, February 2018]
The Artist Lofts: New Life to a 1920s Aluminum Plant [Retrofit, January 2018]
Good Citizens Make Great Architects [Portland Tribune, January 2018]

Lloyd Center: Renewal Is In The Garage [Portland Tribune, December 2017]
Renovating Pietro Belluschi's Sutor House [Dwell, November 2017]
Attaining the AIA 2030 Commitment Benchmarks [Architect, October 2017]
Beebe Skidmore: Beauty in the Unexpected [Portland Monthly, September 2017]
Designers of the Future: Peter Bristol [Architectural Digest, September 2017]
Wooster Hall: Brutalism to Humanism [Retrofit, September 2017]
Bracing ourselves [Portland Tribune, August 2017]
What architects should know about "Convergence" [Architect, August 2017]
The Goat Blocks: placemaking over style [Portland Tribune, July 2017]
Best Practices: Health Care for Smaller Firms [Architect, July 2017]
Kengo Kuma's Portland Japanese Garden Cultural Crossing [Architectural Digest, June 2017]
Oregon's Niagara Falls, Revealed [CityLab, June 2017]
Workplace Projects: Washington Fruit [Contract, June 2017]
Workplace Projects: Simple [Contract, June 2017]
Different kinds of beauty [Portland Tribune, June 2017]
Workplace Projects: Stoel Rives [Contract, May 2017]
Hospitality Projects: Tusk [Contract, April 2017]
Portland's Next Density Spurt [CityLab, April 2017]
Portland's understated architecture and Japan [Portland Tribune, April 2017]
Team Spirit: the Marcus Mariota Sports Performance Center [Gray, March 2017]
Green paradigm: the Golden 1 Center [Architect, March 2017]
The Future of Portland's Skyline is Wood [Portland Monthly, March 2017]
10 Buildings for 20 Years [Artslandia, March 2017]
HB2007: Housing's Trojan Horse [Portland Tribune, March 2017]
A landmark threatened from within [Portland Tribune, March 2017]
Next Wave: Holst Architecture's One North [Gray, February 2017]
Best Practices: Applying Crowdsourcing in Architecture [Architect, February 2017]
Outside the Box: Developer-Designer Kevin Cavenaugh [Oregon Business, February 2017]
Light and delight [Portland Tribune, February 2017]
Ben Waechter: Pedigree and Promise [Portland Tribune, January 2017]

Portland's Office Market Moves Beyond Industrial Core [Wall Street Journal, December 2016]
Model Home [Gray, December 2016]
Designing hope [Portland Tribune, December 2016]
Swift Changes [Gray, December 2016]
Amazing Grace: SANAA's Grace Farms [Auditoria, November 2016]
A welcome oasis for all [Portland Tribune, October 2016]
What to Consider Before Making a Monograph [Architect, September 2016]
Roosevelt and a new deal for Portland schools [Portland Tribune, September 2016]
Five Phenomenal Portland Kitchens [Portland Monthly, September 2016]
Funding new college stadiums [Stadia, September 2016]
When will Brad Cloepfil buildings rise in Portland? [Oregon ArtsWatch, August 2016]
Temple of doom [Portland Tribune, August 2016]
Framing the future [Portland Tribune, July 2016]
Hacking Charrettes to Improve Collaboration [Architect, June 2016]
Covered With Glory: US Bank Stadium [Stadia, June 2016]
The Cloepfil effect [Portland Tribune, June 2016]
Designing Your Business [ASID ICON, June 2016]
Making Plans for Niger [Gray, June 2016]
Craig Dykers on Snohetta's Culture of Collaboration [Architect, June 2016]
Houses and the changing Portland dream [Portland Tribune, May 2016]
The Outdoors Inside: Minnesota's US Bank Stadium [Architect, April 2016]
Designer Profile: Eva Zeisel [Treasures, April 2016]
Temple's Doom Signals a Battle Over History [Portland Monthly, April 2016]
Design for Age-Friendly Cities [ASID ICON, April 2016]
Making Code [ASID ICON, April 2016]
Spurning a starchitect [Portland Tribune, March 2016]
Thinking big on Broadway [Portland Tribune, February 2016]
Designer Profile: Harry Bertoia [Treasures, February 2016]
The Transcendent Landscape [Gray, February 2016]
The Rams' Inglewood Stadium Could Be a Game Changer [Architect, February 2016]
Q&A: Kengo Kuma [Architect, January 2016]
Allied Works' National Music Centre of Canada [Auditoria, January 2016]
Portland needs to be bold with the Beard [Portland Tribune, January 2016]

In Growing Portland, Density Over Sprawl [New York Times, December 2015]
Designer Profile: Peter Muller-Munk [Treasures, December 2015]
Developing a Game Plan for Giving Back [Architect, December 2015]
Product Spec: Improving Insulation [Architect, November 2015]
The Future of Housing [Oregon Home, October 2015]
One for the Books: UBC Bookstore [Gray, October 2015]
The Bridge That Bans Cars [The Atlantic, October 2015]
Modernizing a Historic Portland Home [New York Times, September 2015]
Ben Kaiser Holds His Ground [Oregon Business, September 2015]
View From The Top [Gray, August 2015]
Q&A: Peter Busby [Architect, July 2015]
Forever Young: 7 Stadium Renovations [Stadia, July 2015]
Living in Concert [Dwell, June 2015]
Gaining appreciation for your work [Architect, June 2015]
Seasonal Palette [Gray, May 2015]
A contemporary Mercer Island home [Luxe, April 2015]
Four designers' go-to hardware [Architect, April 2015]
Osmose Design's Interior Avant-Garde [Gray, April 2015]
Connection Error [Stadia, March 2015]
Football Taj Mahal: UO's Hatfield-Dowlin Complex [Contract Design, February 2015]
Restoring King Street Station [Contract Design, February 2015]
The Human Factor [Oregon Business, February 2015]
Midcentury Renewal [Dwell, January 2015]
Brad Cloepfil's Homecoming [Gray, January 2015]
Insulated Wall Systems: new materials and novel connections [Architect, January 2015]

Can an Art Collector Save a Portland Ruin? [CityLab, December 2014]
Designing in a Cloud [Architect, December 2014]
Sailing the High Desert [Dwell, November 2014]
Getting Smart: High-Tech Devices That Can Run Your Home [ICON, November 2014]
Quantifying the Livable City [CityLab, October 2014]
Michael Graves Makes a Case for Saving the Portland Building [Architect, October 2014]
Three For Three: Holst Architecture's Karuna House [Gray, October 2014]
Modern Dreams: A Simple and Affordable Portland Home [Dwell, October 2014]
Incorporating Your Practice [Architect, September 2014]
Vashon Show [Dwell, September 2014]
My Own Private Idaho [Dwell, August 2014]
Why Portland Is Building a Multi-Modal Bridge That Bans Cars [CityLab, August 2014]
Field of Jeans: Levi's Stadium [Stadia, July 2014]
Robert L. Thompson and TVA Architects [Oregon Encyclopedia, July 2014]
Creative Clubhouse: John and Janet Jay's Studio J [Gray, June 2014]
AIA COTE Top 10 Plus Winner: Iowa Utilities Board [Eco Building Review, May 2014]
Maps for the Modern World [Architect, April 2014]
Domestic Kinetics: Skylab Architecture's Skyline Residence [Gray, April 2014]
Renovating Odegaard Library [Contract Design, March 2014]
Cultural Icon: China's Dalian Conference Center [Auditoria, January 2014]
Magnificent 7: New American Performing Arts Venues [Auditoria, January 2014]
Can Portland fix a building everyone despises? [Gizmodo, January 2014]
An introduction to Scandinavian design [YLiving, January 2014]
Charles & Ray Eames: a retrospective [YLiving, January 2014]
New tech for architects at CES 2014 [Architect, January 2014]

Architects evaluate three BIM apps [Architect, December 2013]
Kinetic architecture that responds to changing conditions [Architect, October 2013]
Filling with color and light: Seattle Kids Dentistry [Contract Design, December 2013]
Made in the USA [Architect, November 2013]
Tom Cody: development outside the box [Oregon Business, November 2013]
Putting their stamp on it [New York Times, October 2013]
Kinetic architecture, responding to changing conditions [Architect, October 2013]
Oregon land use law turns 40 [Oregon Business, September 2013]
Continuous study: Harvard's operations center [Eco-Structure, July 2013]
Rethink biomimicry? [Architect, August 2013]
Four architects doubling as product designers [Architect, July 2013]
Designing hospital hospitality [Architect, June 2013]
Outperforming expectations: 355 11th Street [Eco-Structure, May 2013]
Today's materials for yesterday's buildings [Architect, May 2013]
In the spotlight: LED wallwashers [Architect, April 2013]
Behnisch Architekten's Norddeutsche Landesbank [Eco-Structure, March 2013]
Architects' favorite new-old cladding [Architect, March 2013]
A hopeful 'crossroads' for Portland [CityLab, January 2013]

Redeveloping Ottowa's Lansdowne Park [Stadia, December 2012]
Macalester College's Institute for Global Citizenship [Eco-Structure, December 2012]
Virtually safe: designing mission-critical facilities [Architect, December 2012]
Traditional brick makes a renaissance [Architect, December 2012]
Brand Brooklyn: the Barclays Center [Stadia, December 2012]
Without borders: the Interchange residence [Oregon Home, November 2012]
High expectations: the USGBC headquarters [Eco-Structure, October 2012]
To 3D or Not To 3D [Architect, October 2012]
Design Demographics: offices and Gen Y [Architect, September 2012]
Face to Facade [Architect, September 2012]
Building App-titude [Architect, August 2012]
Building It Forward: Heifer International [Eco-Structure, August 2012]
Coliseum plan shouldn't stall permanently [The Oregonian, July 2012]
Managing Expectations: building management systems [Architect, July 2012]
Beyond PowerPoint [Architect, June 2012]
Quick Study: Manassas Park Elementary [Eco-Structure, June 2012]
Power Players: emerging photovoltaic technologies [Architect, May 2012]
Under the Hood: design and BIM [Architect, April 2012]
Utah Natural History Museum [Eco-Structure, March 2012]
Talking Heads: architects on teleconferencing [Architect, March 2012]
Good Neighbor: Ballard Branch Library [Eco-Structure, February 2012]
Training Day: architects' changing relationships with tools [Architect, February 2012]
Fab Four: designers' digital fabrication tools and challenges [Architect, January 2012]
Mirror Ball: Oregon's football helmets [Architect, January 2012]

Let There Be Light [Architect, December 2011]
In A Golden State [Luxury Home Quarterly, December 2011]
Portland commits to world's greenest office [CityLab, September 2011]
High-rise renewal [Oregon Home, September 2011]
Package Deals [Architect, October 2011]
Dashboard confessional [Architect, September 2011]
Toronto's Paul Raff Studio [Luxury Homes Canada, Fall 2011]
Montreal firm YH2 [Luxury Homes Canada, Fall 2011]
Fill in the Blank: Stephen Yablon [Design Bureau, August 2011]
Eco-logical [Architect, July 2011]
A modern Portland hillside home [Sunset, July 2011]
L.A. Story: two competing stadium plans [Stadia, July 2011]
Compact comfort [Metropolis, June 2011]
BIM, Bam, Boom [Architect, June 2011]
Sustainable schools in Portland, Philadelphia, Bloomington [Design Bureau, April 2011]
Ugly bridge design's negative impact [Business Journal, March 2011]
Interactive learning: an architecture studio on steroids [BetterBricks, March 2011]
The Empire State strikes back [BetterBricks, March 2011]
Design Dichotomy: The Stevens House [Luxe, Spring 2011]
Family Unit: A Tuscon home for 8 [Luxe, Spring 2011]
David Coleman's Zigzag house [Design Bureau, March 2011]
Corey Martin's light-filled urban duplex [Oregon Home, February 2011]
The value of architecture centers [Architect, January 2011]
Tools for wired designers [Architect, January 2011]
Louis Vuitton Ion in Singapore [Design Bureau, January 2010]
Workstead's Sliding Kitchen [Design Bureau, January 2011]

A Puget Sound Treehouse [Sierra, December 2010]
Q&A: Ulf Meyer [BetterBricks, December 2010]
Portland AIA Awards [Architecture Week, November 2010]'s social networking for office buildings [Architect, November 2010]
Memorial Coliseum: a landmark worth preserving [The Oregonian, August 2010]
Behavior Pattern: A Quintessential Northwest Modern Home [Luxe, Summer 2010]
Closing the green performance gap [Sustainable Industries, July 2010]
Classic Modern: Connecticut's Rotating House [AOL Housing Watch, June 2010]
Backyard Cottages: Affordable Housing Solution? [AOL Housing Watch, June 2010]
Long-term Green: the Sage House [Sierra, May 2010]
Blazers try to live up to Rip City's green cred [Sustainable Industries, April 2010]
Cheaper Rents Mean Higher Commute Costs [AOL Rented Spaces, March 2010]
Evaluating the best 'Time Saving Cities' [AOL Housing Watch, March 2010]
Royal Treatment: A Montana Lakeside House [Luxe, Spring 2010]
Playful Geometry: The Renjen House [Luxe, Spring 2010]
Living Modern Like A Single Man [AOL Housing Watch, February 2010]
Game City: Vancouver's Olympics [Architect's Newspaper, February 2010]
Pugh + Scarpa: a profile [Architecture Week, January 2010]
A conversation with British architect Peter Clegg [BetterBricks, January 2010]

Greenbuild 2009: Gore and More [Architecture Week, December 2009]
Pugh + Scarpa Step Up [Architecture Week, December 2009]
Tribal Plan: Holst's Ziba headquarters [Metropolis, November 2009]
LEED For Sale [Sustainable Industries, October 2009]
NASA Embarks on Sustainability Base [Sustainable Industries, October 2009]
Ugh to Aah: Portland's 1310 Condominiums [Sierra, September 2009]
Newberg and I Are Finally Going Our Separate Ways [Oregonian, August 2009]
The Rise of Holst Architecture [Portland Modern, July 2009]
Preservation in Portland [Architecture Week, July 2009]
Memorial Coliseum - Portland, Oregon [Architecture Week, July 2009]
A Conversation with Guy Battle [BetterBricks, July 2009]
Irvington Gem: The Stuart House [Renovation Style, June 2009]
Protest: Save Memorial Coliseum [The Architect's Newspaper, May 2009]
Architecture W's Stump House [Dwell, April 2009]
Modern prefab by Marmol Radziner [Architecture Week, March 2009]
Down By The Water: The Hat Island House [Luxe, Spring 2009]
Home at Last: The Gordon Loft [Renovation Style, February 2009]
Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen: craft at any size [Architecture Week, February 2009]
Portland's 11xDesign tour [Dwell, February 2009]
Saul Zaik: dean of Portland architects [Portland Modern, February 2009]
Skylab weaves dream in hard times [The Oregonian, February 2009]
Moving Mountains: the Scottsdale House [Luxe, January 2009]
Sienna Architecture will close its doors [The Oregonian, January 2009]
Holst puts its mark on Portland [The Oregonian, January 2009]

American Dream: the Del Castello Penthouse [Luxe, December 2008]
All Together Now: the Lostao House [Metropolitan Home, Decemer 2008]
A New Shine: Overhauling a Vermont Farmhouse [Renovation Style, October 2008]
21st Century BC: Victoria's Dockside Green [Architecture Week, October 2008]
Modern Goat Ranch: the Cary-Rogers House [Metropolitan Home, September 2008]
From New Orleans With Love: The Davis House [Renovation Style, September 2008]
San Diego Civic Center: We Have a Winner? [The Architect's Newspaper, September 2008]
Beijing's Bird's Nest: An engineer's perspective [Architecture Week, August 2008]
Beijing's Bird's Nest: An architect's perspective [Architecture Week, August 2008]
Beijing's Ullens Center and 798 Art District [Architecture Week, July 2008]
Follow the LEEDer: Mark Edlen [Metropolis, July 2008]
Rick Potestio: A Northwest Original [Portland Modern, June 2008]
Refreshing Green: The Barnes House in OKC [Metropolitan Home, April 2008]
Creating Sustainability Natives: Schools Build Green [Edutopia, April 2008]
High Water Haven: The McKean House in Hood River [Portland Monthly, March 2008]
Dreamers + Builders: Top Players of Portland Design [The Oregonian, March 2008]
Gold Resurrection: Portland's RiverEast Center [Architecture Week, January 2008]

A Report from the Greenbuild 2007 Conference [Architecture Week, November 2007]
A New Era of Sustainable Stadiums [Sustainable Industries Journal, October 2007]
NAFTA Seeks Green Normal [Architecture Week, September 2007]
A Cavalier New Arena For UVA [Architecture Week, July 2007]
Lair Flair [Portland Monthly, June 2007]
Alaska's Canoe for Engineers [Architecture Week, May 2007]
Tokyo Style: Masamichi Katayama [Metropolis, February 2007]
Community Building: The Belmont Street Lofts [Dwell, January 2007]
Balancing Preservation and Sustainability: The Portland Armory [Metropolis, January 2007]

Kyoto's Adaptive Advice [Metropolis, November 2006]
Making It Personal: Cloepfil Updates Belluschi [Metropolitan Home, October 2006]
Thom Mayne's Recreational Morphing [Architecture Week, April 2006]
Sacramental Restoration [Architecture Week, April 2006]
Returning to Its Roots: Tanner Springs Park [Metropolis, March 2006]
Branch Office: Patrick Dougherty's 'Nest' at W + K [The Oregonian, February 2006]

Q&A: Architects Without Borders [The Oregonian, December 2005]
A Portland Revival: The White Residence [Western Interiors & Design, November 2005]
Sizing Up Portland's Rebuilt Art Temple [The Oregonian, October 2005]
Roots and Branches: Hillsdale Branch Library [Architecture Week, August 2005]
Hilton Aims to Become First LEED-Rated Hotel [Metropolis, July 2005]
Restoring an Icon: St. Martin In the Fields [Architecture Week, June 2005]
Nagoya: Renters' Paradise [Dwell, June 2005]
Paint By Letters: Pacific Northwest College of Art [Metropolis, June 2005]
The Brewery Blocks [Architecture Week, May 2005]
Pace of Portland: The Watson-Tschopp House [Dwell, March 2005]
Designing Tom Potter [Willamette Week, February 2005]
The M.I.N.D. Institute for Autistic Children [Architecture Week, January 2005]

Architects: How to Find the Perfect Developer - Hire Yourself! [Metropolis, December 2004]
Is China Ready to Embrace Sustainability? [Metropolis, November 2004]
Calatrava's Classical Greek [Architecture Week, October 2004]
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center [Metropolis, October 2004]
Wim Wenders Residence [Dwell, September 2004]
Safeway's Portland Store Redefines 'Green' Grocer [Metropolis, February 2004]

Beyond the Bulbs: In Praise of Natural Light [New York Times, June 2003]
Can Old Malls Be Taught New Tricks? [New York Times, June 2003]
A Glass of Green [Metropolis, June 2003]
Seattle and Portland's Daylighting Labs [Metropolis, May 2003]
It Worked for the Tram: Portland and Design Competitions [Willamette Week, April 2003]
What Price Donuts? [Willamette Week, April 2003]
BOORA Architects' Sustainable Schools [Metropolis, March 2003]
By the Rivers of Babylon: Threatened Iraqi Architecture [Willamette Week, February 2003]
Brad Cloepfil's Moment [New York Times, January 2003]

Portland's Architects of Tomorrow [Daily Journal of Commerce, July 2002]
Q&A: Cesar Pelli [Salon, May 2002]
Q&A: Carol Ross Barney [Metropolis, May 2002]
A Conversation with LEED's Leader [Better Bricks, April 2002]
Gehry Gone? [Willamette Week, February 2002]
Sleek + Simple: The Johnson/Dossa Residence [Oregon Home, January-February 2002]
Q&A: Brad Cloepfil [Architecture Week, January 2002]

Requiem for the St. Francis Hotel [Willamette Week, December 2001]
Building Straw Bale Homes in Mongolia [Metropolis, December 2001]
Q&A: Samuel Mockbee [Salon, August 2001]
Sneaker HQ Wars: Adidas Village vs. Nike World Campus [Metropolis, July 2001]
Review: An Architectural Guidebook to Portland [Willamette Week, June 2001]
A Hollywood Location Scout Seeks Buildings with Star Power [Metropolis, February 2001]
Saving Frank Lloyd Wright's Gordon House [Architecture Week, February 2001]