Books Written, Edited and Contributed to by Paul Lukez
“Urban Edges Transformed.” Time-Based Architecture International, June 2009, TU-Delft, Vol. 6, p. 4. Invited as Guest Editor. Contributors include MVRDV, Ken Yeang, Urbanus, Portzamparc and others.
Suburban Transformations. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton Architectural Press, 2007.
New Concepts in Housing: Supports in the Netherlands (80-page booklet – 3,000 copies). Cambridge, Mass.: Network USA, 1987. Sponsored by SAR at TH Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Books Featuring Paul Lukez Architecture Projects
Kaufman, Mervyn, and the Editors of Women’s Day Special Interest Publications. “Cooking Truly Light,” in Contemporary Kitchen Style: The Essential Handbook for an Innovative Design. New York: Filipacchi Publishing, 2009.
“Monsoon Restaurant, Lebanon,” in Global Interior Design Collection, a1, China, 2005.
Bouknight, Joanne Kellar. “A House in Tune,” in Celebrating the American Home. Newton, Conn: The Taunton Press, 2005.
Susanka, Sarah. “A House In Harmony,” in Creating the Not-So-Big-House, Newtown, Conn.: The Taunton Press, October 2001.
“Monsoon Restaurant,” in Social Spaces, Volume 1: A Pictorial Review. Mulgrave and Shanghai: The Images Publishing Group, 2000.
Pegler, Martin M. “Monsoon Restaurant, Lebanon, NH,” in Entertainment Dining. New York: Visual Reference Publications, Inc., 1999.
“Monsoon Restaurant,” in Culinary Trends, Volumes 9-10. Ithaca, N.Y.: Culinary Publications, Cornell University, 1998.
Books Referencing Paul Lukez on Urban and Suburban Issues
Kemp, Roger L., and Carl J. Stephani, eds. Urban Transportation Innovations Worldwide: A Handbook of Best Practices. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2015.
Newman, Peter, and Jeffrey Kenworthy. “Rejuvenating Automobile Urban Fabric,” in The End of Automobile Dependence: How Cities are Moving Beyond Car-Based Planning. Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2015.
Talen, Emily. Retrofitting Sprawl: Addressing Seventy Years of Failed Urban Form. Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Press, 2015. (Ref: Lukez, Paul. Suburban Transformations. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton Architectural Press, 2007.)
Jones, Matthew C. Bridging the Gap: Community-Oriented Transit Development. Masters Theses May 2014–current. Paper 23. Amherst, Mass.: University of Massachusetts–Amherst, ScholarWorks@UMassAmherst, 2014.
Cervero, Robert. Suburban Gridlock. New Brunswick, N.J., and London: Transaction Publishers, 2013. (Ref: Lukez, Paul. Suburban Transformations. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton Architectural Press, 2007.)
Verderber, Stephen. “Suburban Transfusion,” in Sprawling Cities and Our Endangered Public Health. Abingdon, Oxon, UK, and New York: Routledge, 2012.
Dunham-Jones, Ellen, and June Williamson. Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs. Updated Edition. Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley, 2011.
Competitions, Vol. 10. Charlottesville, Va.: Competition Project, Inc., University of Virginia, 2000.
Techentin, Warren, ed. Dead Malls. Los Angeles, Calif.: Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design, 2004.
Crosbie, Michael J. Architecture for the Books. Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia: The Images Publishing Group Pty. Ltd., 2003. (Ref: “Whither://Multi-Media.(Cyber).Libraries?” Architectural Design: Library Builders, ed. Michael Brawne. London: Academy Editorions, June 1997.)
Kendall, Stephen H., and Jonathan Teicher. Residential Open Building. London and New York: E & FN Spon, 2000. (Ref: Lukez, Paul. New Concepts in Housing: Supports in the Netherlands. Cambridge, Mass.: Network USA, 1987.)
Articles by Paul Lukez
“New Swiss Sustainable Concepts: Imagining a Greener Future.” High Profile, November 10, 2015.
“Notes on the Making of Jan Wampler.” New Architecture, January 2015.
“This is Not Your (Grand)Father’s Library: The Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam (OBA).” CNN iReport, April 14, 2014.
“Successful Transformation is the Goal.” Global Models of Urban Planning: Best Practices Outside the United States. Roger L. Kemp and Carl J. Stephani, eds. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2014.
“Paul Lukez Architecture” (with Matt Uminski). Architizer, 2014.
“Paris: A New Blueprint.” Urban Land, March/April 2010.
“Transforming Paris: ‘Le Grand Paris 2030’ as a Post-Kyoto Metropolis.” WorldChanging (Website Blog), July 31, 2009.
“How to Save Our Suburbs.” The Boston Globe Magazine, March 22, 2009.
“Connecting Waterfront to Transit.” Urban Land, January 2009.
“Graham Residence.” 1000x Architecture of the Americas. Salenstein, Switzerland: Braun Publishing, 2008.
“Tools for Transforming the Suburbs: The Adaptive Design Process.” Education for an Open Architecture, proceedings of an international joint conference hosted by the College of Architecture and Planning, Ball State University, Muncie, Ind., October 20-22, 2008.
“Changing How We Build the Suburbs Can Bolster National Security.” Naples Daily News,
September 28, 2008.
“Suburban Transformations.” Urban Land, May 2008.
“Past, Present and Future ‘Futures.’ ” International Symposium on the Creative Newtown for a Provincial Capital in Chungnam, Korea, January 24, 2008.
“Indigo Restaurant.” Xtra Restaurants. North Point, Hong Kong: Pace Publishing Limited, 2007.
“Paul Lukez Architecture.” BOB International Magazine of Space Design, 2005.
“Transforming Beijing’s Northeast Rail Corridor: A Microcosm of China’s Changing Urban Condition” (with Jan Wampler and Dennis Frenchman). World Architecture / Tsinghua University. March 2005, pp. 17-19.
“Creating Partnerships for Rebuilding Communities.” Boston Business Journal, January 23, 1998.
“Lowell’s Moody Street Project.” Banker & Tradesman, June 9, 1997.
“Whither://Multi-Media.(Cyber).Libraries?” Architectural Design: Library Builders, ed. Michael Brawne. London: Academy Editorions, June 1997.
“The Rolling Bridge Initiative.” Theory / Praxis, 1995.
“The Rolling Bridge Initiative, Boston.” Architectural Design: Architecture of Transportation, No. 109, September 1994.
“Kenmore Square.” Places, September 1993.
“Time and Space Between.” The Space Between, September 1992.
“Traces of the Artery.” Where We Are (Conference Proceedings), April 1992.
“Academic Encounters.” Progressive Architecture, March 1985.