BOOK

Stephen Luoni, William Conway, Erik Kahn

Visioning Rail Transit in Northwest Arkansas: Lifestyles and Ecologies

Fayetteville, University of Arkansas Community Design Center, 2009

Publication funded by National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)


BOOK CHAPTER

“Strategic Design Framework and Application”

Green By Addition: Case Studies in Recycling the First Ring

ed. by William Morrish, (Minneapolis, University of Minnesota, 2002), pg. 43-74


BOOK ARTICLE

“Culture and the Recalibration of First Ring Suburbs”

Green Braid: Towards and Architecture of Ecology, Economy and Equity

ed. by Kim Tanzer and Rafael Longoria, (New York, Routledge, 2007) pg. 113-121


“De-Code/Re-Code Atlanta”

Landscape Narratives: Design Practices for Telling Stories

Ed. by Matthew Potteiger and Jamie Purinton (New York, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.) pg. 151-153,155


BOOK REVIEW

William F. Conway, “The New Psychogeography of Planning in Planning for Higher Education”

Winter 1995-96, Society for College and University Planning, (Ann Arbor, 1996), pp. 55-56


JOURNAL ARTICLES

Linda Mack, “Big Plan for Little Rock”

Architecture Minnesota

(AIA Minnesota, July/August 2010)


Phillip Glenn Koski, “Lantern on the Lake”

Architecture Minnesota

Vol. 36, Issue 03 (AIA Minnesota, May/June 2010)


“MacArthur Park Connections Master Plan”

2009 AIA Design Awards, Arkansas Business

Vol 26, No. 43, October 26, 2009, p.7


“AIA Honor Awards, Visioning Rail Transit”

Architectural Record

Vol. 5, No. 8, (2008), p. 168


“American Institutes of Architects Awards”

Architectural Creations, EBDAAT Magazine (Syria)

Vol. 29, issue 2, (2008), p. 148


“NCARB Prize Awards: Programs for Merging Education + Practice”

Direct Connection

Vol. II, Issue 2, (NCARB, 2008), pp. 24-27


“Visioning Rail Transit in Northwest Arkansas: Lifestyles and Ecologies”

International New Architecture

No. 3, RMB 58, (Shanghai August 2008), pp. 114-129


Mason Riddle, “Tracing History”

Architecture Minnesota

Vol. 33 Issue 2, (AIA Minnesota, April 2007), pp. 58-59


Nancy Miller, "On the Right Track”

Architecture Minnesota

Vol. 33 No. 06, (AIA Minnesota, 2007) pp. 56-59


Mason Riddle, “Reviews: Archiving Memory”

Sculpture

Vol. 25 No. 5, (International Sculpture Center, June 2006), p. 73


Rembert Hueser, “Archival (RE) Collections”

Afterimage, The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism

Vol. 33, no. 3, (Visual Studies Workshop, 2005) pp. 47-48


“Campbell Transit Station”

Architecture Minnesota

Vol. 31, No. 6, November-December, (AIA Minnesota, 2005), p. 17


Stephanie Xenos, “Archive This”

Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine

June, (MSP Communications, 2005), p. 296


“Recent Projects: Archiving Memory”

Public Art Review

Issue 32, Spring-Summer,(Forecast Public Artworks, 2005), p. 68


Thomas Fisher, “Window Watching”

Architecture Minnesota

September-October, (AIA Minnesota, 2005), p. 13


“Where past and present merge” a review of Archiving Memory

Minneapolis Star Tribune

Saturday, April 2, 2005, p. B3


Robert J. Kapsch, Sections and plan drawing of Lock 38, Ohio and Erie Canal, Valley View, Ohio,

1986 by Marcy Schulte in “Canals” (New York, W.W. Norton/Library of Congress Visual Sourcebooks

in Architecture, Design and Engineering, 2004). p. 107.


Jack El-Hai, “The Art of Model Making”

Architecture Minnesota

September-October, (AIA Minnesota, 2004), pp. 48-51


Jamie Purinton and Matthew Potteiger, “Street Stories”

Public Art Review

Vol 14, #2, Issue 28, (Forecast Public Artworks, 2003), pp. 12-16


Camille LeFevre, “Green By Addition Program, First-ring Suburbs”

Architecture Minnesota

May-June, Vol. 28, No. 3 (AIA Minnesota, 2002), p. 36


Melody Parker, “Out with the Old, In with the New”

From House to Home

(Waterloo, 2002), pp. 16-19


Paulette Singley, “Through the Outside-In House” The Scholten Residence

Iowa Architect

Issue No. 00:234, (AIA Iowa, 2000), pp. 12-15


Mark Stankard, “A Model House for a Customary Suburb” The Stanzel Residence

Iowa Architect

Issue No. 00:234, (AIA Iowa, 2000), pp. 26-27


Todd Wilmert, “Up Close,” interview with William Conway

Architecture Minnesota

(AIA Minnesota, November 1999)


Paul Bennett, “Rest Awhile in Iowa: Malleable History for an Interstate Rest Area”

Landscape Architecture

Vol. 88, No. 2, February, (ASLA,1998), p. 24


Roger Lynn Spears, “Marks on the Prairie: The Jasper County I-80 Rest Area”

Iowa Architect

Issue No. 98:227, (AIA Iowa, 1998), p. 22-23


Kelly Roberson “Out of the Mud and Onto the Road”

Iowa Architect

Issue No. 98:227, (AIA Iowa, 1998), pp. 20-21


“1997 Awards: DE-Code RE/Code Atlanta”

Iowa Architect

Issue No. 98:224, (AIA Iowa, 1998), p. 12-13


William F. Conway, “Big Pictures and Round Tables: Legitimizing Local Practices”

Practices 5/6

(Cincinnati, Center for the Study of the Practice of Architecture, 1997), pp. 145-149


Kelly Roberson, “Big Kids, Little Kids”

Iowa Architect

Issue No. 97:223, (AIA Iowa, 1997), p. 30-31


Mark Blunck, “Small Spaces: Tipton Residence, Jones Residence”

Iowa Architect

Issue No. 97:221, (AIA Iowa, 1997), p. 22-24


William F. Conway, “Architecture and Democracy, Reading Iowa's Courthouses”

Iowa Architect

Issue No. 96:217, Summer, (AIA Iowa, 1996), pp. 18-23


William F. Conway, “Authorship and Place”

Public Art Review

Issue #14, Vol. 7, No. 2, Spring/Summer, (Public Art Review, 1996), p. 25


Roger Lynn Spears, “Annotations, Uncoding DE–CODE/RE–CODE ATLANTA”

Iowa Architect

Issue No. 96:218, (AIA Iowa, 1996), pp. 10-13


Patricia Zingsheim, “WWII Memorial Competition: A Veterans Walk”

Iowa Architect

Issue No. 96:218, (AIA Iowa, 1995), pp. 22-25


Clare Cardinal-Pett, “ON PROCESS: Architectural Work Conway+Schulte, Architecture as Inquiry”

Iowa Architect

No. 95:213, (AIA Iowa, 1995), pp. 23-25


Dara Baker, “Fine-tuning a Cottage-Style Kitchen”

Kitchen and Bath Custom Planner

Summer 1995, (USA Publishing), pp. 70-71


DE–CODE/RE–CODE ATLANTA in ARCHITECTURE

The Progressive Architecture Annual Awards

Vol. 85, No. 5, May, (BPI, 1996), pp. 152-153


“Iowa Firm Receives Award”

Iowa Architect

95:213, Fall, (AIA Iowa, 1995), p. 41


William F. Conway, “Studio Education; The Relevance of Full-Scale Production”

Iowa Architect

Issue No. 94:209, (AIA Iowa, 1994), pp. 22-25


“Jones Residence”

American Home Style Magazine

Vol. 9 No. 6 (NYT Women's Magazine, 1994), p. 98


“Competition Designs Atlanta’s Public Image” in News

ARCHITECTURE

July (BPI, 1994)


Brad Brooks, “Upgrading Streetscapes, Public Space in the New American City/Atlanta 1996”

Competitions

Vol. 4 No. 3, Fall, (The Competition Project,1994), pp. 48-49


“Conceptual Winners in Atlanta Public Space Competition”

Progressive Architecture

July, No. 7, (Reinhold, 1994) p. 32


“The Strictly Architectural: Dissembled Corn Crib”

Assemblage 21

August, (MIT Press, 1993), pp. 60-61


“Sub-urban House,” Jones Residence

Iowa Architect

No. 93:205, (AIA Iowa, 1993), p.5


George Ranalli, “Architecture and Education” drawing by William Conway

Avant Garde, Journal of Theory and Criticism in Architecture and the Arts

Vol. 5, Winter (School of Architecture and Planning University of Colorado at Boulder, 1991). p. 20


PROCEEDINGS

“Culture and the Re-inhabitation of the First Ring Suburbs”

Faculty Design Project in Proceedings of the 90th Annual ACSA Meeting

New Orleans, LA. 2002


William F. Conway, “The Storage Projects: Research, Pedagogy and Practice”

Faculty Design Project in Proceedings of the 84th Annual ACSA Meeting

Boston, MA. 1994