Back in April 2012, the photographer Giulio Petrocco and I took a walk around Paris. He took pictures, and I thought about silence. The kind folks at Onsite Review have now published the result in Onsite 28: Sound. You can read the finished text in the magazine. You can also read a PDF of an earlier version of the article here.
I have an essay in the new edition of the wonderful Canadian architecture magazine, Onsite Review. The essay is on Libyan history, the nomadism at the heart of Qadhafi's dreams of direct democracy, and different ways of thinking about the relationship between the urban the rural. There is a small taster just below the fold, and you can read the whole article here.
I have a short essay in Onsite, a beautifully put-together Canadian architectural review. My essay looks at urban planning in Juba, and is called...
Animal Cities. Onsite 25: Identity. Spring Issue. The magazine is available here.
In Onsite 24:Migration, in which you can find my essay on city planning in Oakland, the editor included a small inset: re:site, composed of short letters responding to articles in Onsite 23. I wrote two texts for re:site, and you can read them here (pp.6-9).