the rise of network culture, draft of chapter for Kazys Varnelis, ed. Networked Publics (Cambridge: The MIT Press).

place: the networking of space, draft of chapter co-written with Anne Friedberg for Kazys Varnelis, ed. Networked Publics (Cambridge: The MIT Press).

philip johnson's empire, draft of chapter for Emmanuel Petit and Robert Stern, eds., forthcoming book on Philip Johnson (New Haven: Yale University Press)

is there research in the studio?, draft for Journal of Architectural Education 61:1, special issue on design as scholarship

beyond locative media: giving shape to the internet of things, co-written with Marc Tuters, Leonardo - Volume 39, Number 4, August 2006, download pdf here

prada and the pleasure principle, Log, Issue 6

[with AUDC] the stimulus progression, in Verb: Conditioning, ACTAR, 2005

centripetal city. the myth of the network, in Cabinet Magazine 17, Spring 2005

los angeles, cluster city, in Jurgen Rosemann, Stephen Read, Job Van Eldijk, eds., Future City, London: Routledge, 2005

[with AUDC] immaterial culture, in Textfield 3, Fall/Winter 2005

[with AUDC] ether/the one wilshire building, in Verb: Connections, ACTAR, 2005

one thing after another, Log, Issue 3

kulturos industrijos katedros, Kulturos Barai, April 2005 / cathedrals of the culture industry, revised [pdf], Forum Annual, November 2004

los angeles at the limits [pdf], 2003

on contemporary architecture and urbanism in los angeles

the city beyond maps, 2003

on telecommunications in the contemporary city

a brief history of horizontality, 2003

on FOA's Yokohama Terminal and the future of architectural visibility in the city

towers of concentration lines of growth, 2002

on telecommunications and urban form in the contemporary city

cathedrals of the culture industry, 2002

on the OMA project for LACMA and the idea of the museum city

hallucination in seattle, 2001

on Frank Gehry's Experience Music Project in Seattle and Late Capitalism

architecture after couture, 2001

on architecture and fashion

postmodern permutations, 1999

on late capitalism and architecture

the caress of the commodity, 1997

on automony and capitalism in architecture

we cannot not know history, 1996

on philip johnson, his political writings of the 1930s and the spectacle of architectural stardom