PORT IN THE MEDIA

BOOKS

The City That Never Was, Christopher Marcinkoski, New York : Princeton Architectural Press, 2015

Dirt, Megan Born, Helene Mary Furjan, Lily Jencks, Phillip M Crosby (editors), Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 2012 [project featured].

The State of the Art of Architecture, Chicago Architecture Biennial, Zurich : Lars Müller Publishers, 2017 [project featured].

“Urban Barometer,” Gateway: Visions for an Urban National Park, Alexander Brash, Jamie Hand and Kate Orff (editors), New York : Princeton Architectural Press, 2011 [project featured].

30:30 Contemporary Landscape Architecture, Meaghan Kombol, New York : Phaidon Press Ltd, 2015

 

JOURNALS

"Re-Cultivating the Forest City," PAISEA Landscape Architecture Magazine 
023_The Great Scale (project featured, January 2013)

"Re-Cultivating the Forest City," Urban Infill, Volume 5: Diagramatically 
Terry Schwarz and Karen Lewis (editors), Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative (project featured, November 2012)

"Re-Cultivating the Forest City," Dirt 
Megan Born, Helene Furjan and Lily Jencks (editors) (project featured, May 2012)

“Carbon T.A.P.,” PRAXIS: Journal of Writing and Building, Issue 13: Eco-logics 
Amanda Reeser Lawrence and Ashley Shafer (editors) (project featured, October 2011)

“Carbon T.A.P.,” Fast-Forward Urbanism: Rethinking Architecture’s Engagement with the City 
Dana Cuff and Roger Sherman, Princeton Architectural Press (project featured, February 2011)

“Urban Barometer,” Gateway: Visions for an Urban National Park 
Alexander Brash, Jamie Hand and Kate Orff (editors) Van Alen Institute/Princeton Architectural Press (project featured, August 2011)

“Re-Cultivating the Forest City,” MID-, Mississippi State University and the Jackson Community Design Collaborative 
(FORMCities design competition winning project featured, April 2011)

“Carbon T.A.P.,” Infrastructure as Architecture: Designing Composite Networks 
Katrina Stoll and Scott LLoyd, Jovis Press (project featured, August 2010)

“Carbon T.A.P.,” One Hundred Competition Works, 
Liaoning Science and Technology Publishing House – Shenyang, China (project featured, August 2010)

“Carbon T.A.P.,” Landscape Architecture China Journal, 
(project featured, June 2010)

“CDF 2011 Proposal,” MAS Context Journal / Events Summer 2009
(drawings featured, Summer 2009)

“Combinatory Urbanism - Emerging Patterns of Spatial Production,”
Palimpsest: The Yale Literary and Art Magazine (essay and drawings featured, Spring 2005)

 

WEB & PRINT ARTICLES / FEATURES

DEZEEN Magazine: Goose Island 2025 Feature

Streetsblog Chicago: Goose Island 2025 Feature

WIRED Magazine: Big Shift Feature

Chicago Reader: Big Shift Feature

Architectural Record: Firm Feature

Dezeen: Big Shift Feature

WTTW: Big Shift Feature​

Architects Newspaper: Big Shift Feature

World-Architects: Big Shift Feature

South Side Weekly: Resonation Room Feature

Chicago Ideas Week: CIW Artist-in-Residence Announcement

Comcast: CIW Artist-in-Residence Feature

Crain's Chicago Business: Goose Island Vision 2025 Feature

Curbed Chicago: Goose Island Vision 2025 Feature

The Plain Dealer: Main Avenue Bridge Competition Finalists

Curbed Chicago: The Big Shift Feature

WIRED Magazine: LA River Greenway 2020 Article

Los Angeles Times: LA River Greenway 2020 Feature

Curbed LA: LA River Greenway 2020 Feature

World Landscape Architecture webzine: Helsinki South Harbor Project Feature

World Landscape Architecture webzine: Re-Cultivating the Forest City Project Feature

National HEDGE is featured in Keller Easterling's EXTRASTATECRAFT project: EXTRASTATECRAFT

Dallas Observer Interview: Re-Cultivating the Forest City and Dallas Trinity Park

Landscape Urbanism: Re-Cultivating the Forest City Project Feature

Featured Firm on Architizer: Interview with Christopher Marcinkoski and Andrew Moddrell

Next American City: Interview with Christopher Marcinkoski

Bustler: "cityLAB Design Competition WPA 2.0 Rides Perfect Storm in DC"

Fast Company: "Architects Envision 'Algae Pontoon' Parks Linking Brooklyn, Manhattan, Governors Island"

The Design Observer Group: "Working Public Architecture"

The Dirt: "WPA 2.0: Working Public Architecture Competition Jury on Next Generation Urban Infrastructure"

First Dibs: "Eye on Design"