Truth and Lies in Architecture ReviewReviewed by Gevork HartoonianAustralian Humanities Review2023
Connecting with Country: An Architectural Framework for Blackwattle BayGillian Serisier for Indesign, David Haseler (fjmturban), Shannon Foster (Bangawarra) This article featured in Indesign magazine issue 86 and @indesignlive2022
Bringing Back the Town SquareAnnie HensleyThis article featured in Indesign magazine issue 79 and @indesignlive2021
Sirius: Architecture Saved, Heritage LostRichard Francis-JonesOriginally published in Architecture Bulletin Vol 78 / No. 1 What are we doing?and online @ Australian Institute of Architects2021
Swim in the Complexity: A Provocation for Biodiverse BuildingsSarah LawlorLiving Futures2021
Is Sustainability Leadership in the Built Environment ‘Women’s Business?Sarah LawlorNAWIC IWD Scholarship Report 20212021
Sirius: Architecture Saved, Heritage LostRichard Francis-JonesArchitecture Bulletin2020
In Conversation with fjmt's Elizabeth CarpenterMadeleine SwainArchitectural Review 1552018
Zeitgeist, Nostalgia and the Search for AuthenticityRichard Francis-JonesNZIA Professional Development Day, Wellington, NZ2013
Practice, Theory and IntuitionRichard Francis-JonesTectonic Form and Critical Culture RAIA NSW Chapter Conference2012
Search for the UniversalRichard Francis-JonesOn Monumentality, RAIA NSW Chapter Conference2009
The [Im]Possibility of SlownessRichard Francis-JonesPublished in UME 13 (Melbourne: UME, 1999) : 10–132009
Architecture Not Language – A Note on RwepresentationRichard Francis-JonesPublished in UME 3 (Melbourne: UME, 1997): 50–512009

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