CHRISTOPHER ALEXANDER

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

CONTENTS

I. BACKGROUND, EDUCATION AND HONORS
II. BUILDINGS AND WORKS OF ART
III. PUBLISHED BOOKS
IV. PLANS AND DESIGN PROJECTS
V. ARTICLES, ESSAYS AND PAPERS
VI. BOOKS, PAPERS AND ARTICLES ABOUT ALEXANDER AND HIS WORK BY OTHER AUTHORS
VII. TELEVISION, FILM AND RADIO BROADCASTS
VIII. EXHIBITS
IX. CONSULTANT POSITIONS HELD

 


I. BACKGROUND, EDUCATION AND HONORS


BACKGROUND

Born October 4, 1936, Vienna; British citizen; married to Pamela, two children, Lily and Sophie.

Licensed Architect
Licensed General Contractor

ADDRESS
2701 Shasta Road, Berkeley, California, 94708


EDUCATION

PhD Architecture, Harvard. MA with honors, Mathematics, Trinity College, Cambridge. BA Architecture, Trinity College, Cambridge. School: Oundle School, England (classical education, then natural sciences).


BIOGRAPHY

Stephen Grabow, CHRISTOPHER ALEXANDER: THE EVOLUTION OF A NEW PARADIGM IN ARCHITECTURE, Routledge Kegan Paul, London, 1983.

Japanese translation, published 1989.


FILM BIOGRAPHIES

PLACES FOR THE SOUL: THE ARCHITECTURE OF CHRISTOPHER ALEXANDER, Director, Ruth Landy, Producer, Cinema Consultants, San Francisco, 1990.

THE ARCHITECTURE OF CHRISTOPHER ALEXANDER, Director, Makoto Ozawa, NHK, Japan National Broadcasting Company, Tokyo, June 1992.

 

HONORS AND POSITIONS

1999- Chairman of the Board, PatternLanguage.com, Berkeley, California.
1998- Emeritus Professor, University of California, Berkeley.
1967- President, Center for Environmental Structure, Berkeley, California.
1963-98 Professor of Architecture, Department of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley.
1990-1995 Trustee, Prince of Wales's Institute for Architecture.
1994 The Seaside Prize, for contributions of architecture.
1992 Louis Kahn Memorial Lecturer, Philadelphia.
1987 Distinguished Professor Award by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.
1987 Silver medal, Saitama prefecture, Tokyo, Japan.
1985 Best building in Japan Award, by the Japan Institute of Architects.
1980 Member of the Swedish Royal Academy.
1972 The Research Gold Medal of the American Institute of Architects.
1965 Research Professor in the Humanities, University of California, Berkeley.
1965 Visiting Fellow, Rockefeller Foundation, Villa Serbelloni, Italy.
1961-3 Fellow, Society of Fellows, Harvard University.
1954-8 Top Open Scholar, Physics and Chemistry, Trinity College, Cambridge.



II. BUILDINGS AND WORKS OF ART


WEST DEAN COLLEGE GARDENS VISITOR'S CENTRE, West Sussex, United Kingdom, 1994-6.

BACK OF THE MOON COMMUNITY, Austin, Texas. Three private houses on Lake Travis, 1994-5.

PLAN FOR CHIKUSADAI, High density low rise housing for 800 families, Hazama area and Kusunoki area, Nagoya, JAPAN. 1992.

AGATE STREET DORMITORY FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Four buildings containing twenty apartments for student families, Eugene, Oregon, 1991-3.

THE SULLIVAN HOUSE. House for Steve and Susie Sullivan, Concrete, tile, redwood, fruitwood, plaster, tile and hand made metal detailed interiors. Berkeley, California, 1992.

THE UPHAM HOUSE, House for Christopher Upham and Stephanie Upham, poured concrete, marble floors, hand cast plaster, cast friezes, hand-made lily tiles. Berkeley, California, 1992.

THE MARY ROSE MUSEUM, Museum for Henry VIII's ship, The Mary Rose, Portsmouth, England. The ship sank in 1547, was raised in 1982, and is now preserved in dry dock next to HMS Victory, in the new Mary Rose Museum, 1991. Work done for the Mary Rose Trust, President, His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales. See references in later sections.

THE SHIRATORI PLAN, High density low rise housing for
500 families, Nagoya, JAPAN. Widely publicized in the Japanese press, and widely discussed in Japan. See other sections of this document. 1990-1.

STUDENT HOUSING FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Buildings and master plan for 300 units of student housing, Eugene, Oregon, 1991-3.

EXHIBITION GALLERIES: ANCIENT COLOR AND GEOMETRY, Four gallery reconstruction and installation in the De Young Museum, San Francisco, including interior construction, color, lighting, and installation and hanging of the carpets, 1990.

THE JULIAN STREET INN, SHELTER FOR THE HOMELESS, SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, (with Gary Black, Eleni Coromvli), Concrete columns, open lacework trusses, hand made column capitals, hand painted tile exterior, tiles fountain with lions head, dormitories with individual sleeping alcoves, tile roofs, gardens and courtyards, 1990.

HOUSE FOR GAIL KAISER AND MARK ANDERTON,
Palo Alto, California, 1991.

LIGHTY HOUSE, BERRYESSA, CALIFORNIA, for John and Mara Lighty, 1990.

FIVE STORY APARTMENT BUILDING, for Emoto family, ‘Tokyo, Japan, (with Hajo Neis), 1988.

KING HOUSE, SNOWMASS, COLORADO, for Stark and Geni King, 1988.

MEDLOCK-GRAHAM HOUSE, WHIDBEY ISLAND, SEATTLE, for Ann Medlock and John Graham, 1988.

SECOND SALA HOUSE, ALBANY, CALIFORNIA, for Andre and Anna Sala, 1988.

RED, YELLOW AND SALMON FLOOR WITH LEOPARDS, Interior of second Sala House, 1988.

POTASH-MCCABE HOUSE, SAN ANSELMO, CALIFORNIA, for Dan Potash and Maureen McCabe, 1988.

YELLOW BLOSSOMS, Oil painting, 1988.

THE STRIPED PURPLE SKIRT, Oil painting, 1988.

BLUE ARCHAIC BIRD, shaped tile fragments hand-molded and glazed, set in plaster, 1988.

LEOPARD MOLDS, Yellow painted wooden molds for manufacture of porcelain leopards, 1988.

4500 TILES FOR SAN JOSE SHELTER FOR THE HOMELESS, grey tiles on reddish mexican body, hand painted and glazed, 1988.

COLLEGE BUILDINGS, Iruma-shi, Japan, Two major buildings with classrooms and arcades, exterior plaster and interior terrazzo work, 1987.

SAN ANSELMO KITCHEN, Hand painted room, painted in red, yellow, yellow-green, green and blue, executed in cut paper and varnished gouache, (with Stephen Duff and Kleoniki Tsotropoulou), 1987.

BED ALCOVES AND CURTAINS, wood, carving, blue enamel, and yellow cotton fabric, 1987.

HIGH SCHOOL MAIN STREET, FENCES, GATES, TERRACES AND LANDSCAPE, for New Eishin University, Tokyo, Japan, (with Hajo Neis), 1986.

VIEW OF MOUNTAIN VIEW CIVIC CENTER, Painting in pen, ink and gouache, 1986.

FIRST VIEW OF MOUNTAIN VIEW CIVIC CENTER, Painting in pen, ink and gouache, 1986.

FLAT RED DESK, wood, automobile enamel, and formica, (with Artemis Anninou and Gary Black), 1986.

UPRIGHT RED DESK, wood, automobile lacquer, and leather, (with Artemis Anninou and Gary Black), 1986.

‘DARK BLUE SOFA, wood, corduroy, springs from plastering lath and enamel, (with Artemis Anninou, Gary Black, and Randy Schmidt), 1986.

PIN BOARD WITH JAPANESE SILK, enamelled wood, white and pale blue flowered silk (with Artemis Anninou, Eleni Coromvli and Gary Black), 1986.

BLACK ROLLING TABLE WITH DRAWERS, black lucite and brass, (with Gary Black and Artemis Anninou), 1986.
GREEN WORK TABLE, wood, formica, and varnish (with Gary Black), 1985.

WHITE CABINET, wood and enamel, 1985.

BLACK ROLLING TABLE, black lucite and brass, (with Gary Black and Artemis Anninou), 1985.

WHITE BOOKCASE, wood and enamel, 1985.

THICK WALLS, various thick walls, cabinets and wall thicknesses, wood and enamel, 1985-6.

GREAT HALL OF NEW EISHIN UNIVERSITY, TOKYO, JAPAN. BLACK, RED, PURPLE AND PALE GREEN INTERIOR PLASTERWORK. Hand etched plasterwork for columns and beams, screen, walls and ceilings for interior of great hall, 40,000 square feet of surface, in black, grey, red, pale green, brown and purplish grey, 1985-6.

HEAVY TIMBER CARPENTRY WORKSHOP. Massive timber building with 12x12 columns and 8x14 beams and trusses, 800 sf, all wood, Martinez, California, (with Gary Black), 1985

HAND-BUILT OFFICE FURNITURE. 2000 square feet of office furniture for clothing factory, Sweet Potatoes Factory, Berkeley, California (with Artemis Anninou and Gary Black), 1985.

BLUE HORSE WITH YELLOW STARS. Painted wood carving, 1985.

FOUR PAINTINGS. Blue grey and red room. Yellow, green and blue room. Lilac, red, blue and pale yellow room. Red, black and grey room, 1985.

THE NEW EISHIN UNIVERSITY
THIRTY FIVE BUILDINGS, total cost approx.$10,000,000, area about 100,000 square feet, Iruma shi, Tokyo, (with Hajo Neis, Gary Black, Ingrid King and others), 1985.

TWO SWIMMING POOLS AND HOUSE EXTENSION, with hand worked marble pools, in yellow, green and white, trellis and marble walkways, for George Sarlo, Sonoma, California, 1985.

MYSTICAL AND ROMANTIC SONGS, Concert poster for recital of songs by Schubert, Vaughan-Williams, Poulenc, ‘Satie and Ravel, Pamela Patrick soprano, Old First concert series, 1985.

HAND-PAINTED TILES, red, green, yellow,white, turquoise. 400 hand-painted tiles for a fireplace for Mary Ann Reese, 1985.

HAND-PAINTED TILES, light green and dark green tiles, 100 handpainted tiles for a floor, Martinez California, 1985.

CONCRETE AND MARBLE BENCH AND TABLE, Fort Mason, San Francisco, sponsored by Whole Earth catalogue, Uncommon Courtesy and Coevolution Quarterly, clients Irmine Steltzner and Stewart Brand, 1984.

MULTICOLORED FLAGS FOR FRESNO FARMERS MARKET, 48 flags with crosses and other designs, in a variety of colors including red, crimson, green, white, blue, light blue, yellow, and dark green, 1984.

MARTINEZ HOUSE, Experimental gunite all-concrete house with wooden roof, blue and pale green exterior, Martinez, California, 1200 square feet, ceilings, walls, columns, alcoves, roofs and floors, all made by experimental methods, 1978-84.

RED, YELLOW AND BLUE MARBLE FLOOR, terrazzo floor, with styrofoam lost form technique, polished marble with squares, diamonds and crosses, 400 square feet, Martinez, California, 1984.

FRESNO FARMERS MARKET, 6000 square foot building. Redwood arched trusses, concrete columns. Floor of grey concrete with blue concrete ornaments, let into the slab, forming an endless pattern. For Richard Erganian, Fresno, California, (with Carl Lindberg, Jonathan Fefferman), 1983.

HOUSE FOR MR AND MRS ANDRE SALA, Three story post and beam house, with red and grey concrete exterior wall, terraces and gardens, and handpainted interiors, Albany, California, (with Gary Black), 1983.

TERRACED HOUSE ON FOUR LEVELS, with seven buildings, Lake Berryessa, California, for John and Mara Lighty, post and beam construction, 1982.

MULTICOLORED BLUE TILES, Thirty-five multi-colored diamond shaped tiles, hand-drawn and painted, set into foundation of the Berryessa house, 1982.

MUSIC CABINET, blue painted wooden music cabinet for Pamela Alexander, 1981.

THE LINZ CAFE, wooden building, yellow and red exterior, three stories, 2500 square feet, post and beam construction, handpainted interiors in green, apricot, yellow, red and white. Building completed in Linz, Austria, 1980.

CHAIRS, STOOLS AND TABLES for the Linz Cafe, Linz, Austria, 1980.

PAINTINGS ON WOOD, White cross on green field, Blue gateway, Green yellow and red alcove, Three colored square, Magenta and violet arches, 1980.

HANDPAINTED TILES, White diamonds on black ground, Green spiral, Yellow arabesque, and forty five others, 1980.

MARTINEZ WORKSHOP, Experimental gunite all-concrete workshop with concrete vaulted roof, blue and white exterior, Martinez, California, 200 square feet, ceilings, walls, columns, alcoves, roofs and floors, all made by experimental methods, 1978-80.

EXPERIMENTS IN SPRAYED CONCRETE, Vaults, walls, columns, floors, beams, arches, in concrete over steel armature, University of California, Berkeley, 1978.

THE MEXICALI PROJECT, Neighborhood of low cost experimental houses, shop, workshops, office, five apartments, and communal dining facilities, Total area 8000 square feet, Mexicali, Mexico, 1976.

BLOCK PRODUCTION FACTORY, factory for producing soil-cement interlocking blocks. Design, erection and management, Mexicali, Mexico, 1975-76.


TILES AND PAINTINGS, multicolored, various experimental works, 1975-78.

ETNA STREET COTTAGE, Experimental building project: two-story building built of featherweight concrete, vaults, columns, beams, all built of featherweight concrete, with Walter Wendler, Donald Corner, and others, 1974.

FACTORY LUNCH ROOM, Construction of beams, walls, benches, tables, and garden, for Sierra Designs Factory, Berkeley, California, 1975.

COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER, Modesto, California (with Murray Silverstein and Nacht and Lewis, Sacramento), for Stanislaus County, California, Chief of Psychiatry, 20,000 square feet, $1.5 million, client Dr. Hewitt Ryan, 1972.

FOURTEEN LOW COST HOUSES, Low income prototype houses, Lima, Peru, (with Sara Ishikawa and others), 1971.

VILLAGE SCHOOL, Brick vaults and arches, with filled tile domed vaults. Bavra, Gujarat, India, 1962, (with Janet Johnson).


III. PUBLISHED BOOKS


THE MARY ROSE MUSEUM, with Gary Black, Miyoko Tsutsui, Oxford University Press, New York, 1995.

A FORESHADOWING OF 21ST CENTURY ART: THE COLOR AND GEOMETRY OF VERY EARLY TURKISH CARPETS, Oxford University Press, New York, 1993.

Japanese Translation of A NEW THEORY OF URBAN DESIGN, Kajima Publishing, Tokyo, 1989.

A NEW THEORY OF URBAN DESIGN, with Hajo Neis, Artemis Anninou, Ingrid King, Oxford University Press, New York, 1985.

THE NATURE OF ORDER, Oxford University Press, New York, 2002-2005.

THE BATTLE FOR THE LIFE AND BEAUTY OF THE EARTH, with Hajo Neis and Maggie Moore Alexander, Oxford University Press, New York, 2012.

THE PRODUCTION OF HOUSES, with Howard Davis, Julio Martinez, Don Corner, Oxford University Press, New York, 1985.

A PATTERN LANGUAGE, Japanese translation, Kajima Institute Publishing Co., Ltd., 1984.

A PATTERN LANGUAGE, Dutch translation, 1982.

THE LINZ CAFE, Oxford University Press, New York, 1981.

THE TIMELESS WAY OF BUILDING, Spanish translation, Editorial Gustavo Gili, S.A., Barcelona, 1981.

REBIRTH OF THE INNER CITY; THE NORTH OMAHA PLAN, with Howard Davis, Center for Environmental Structure, Berkeley, California, 1981.

A PATTERN LANGUAGE, Spanish translation, Editorial Gustavo Gili, S.A., Barcelona, 1980.

THE OREGON EXPERIMENT, Spanish translation, Editorial Gustavo Gili, S.A., Barcelona, 1980.

GEOMETRY, unpublished manuscript, early manuscript ‘version of THE NATURE OF ORDER, Berkeley, 1981.

THE TIMELESS WAY OF BUILDING, Oxford University Press, New York, 1979.

THE ONE, unpublished manuscript, early manuscript version of THE NATURE OF ORDER, Berkeley, 1977.

A PATTERN LANGUAGE, with S. Ishikawa, M. Silverstein, M. Jacobson, I. Fiksdahl-King, S. Angel, Oxford University Press, New York, 1977.

THE OREGON EXPERIMENT, Italian translation,  Officina Edizioni, Rome, 1977.

THE OREGON EXPERIMENT, Japanese translation, Kajima Institute Publishing Co., Ltd., 1977.

THE OREGON EXPERIMENT, French translation, Editions du Seuil, Paris, 1976.

THE OREGON EXPERIMENT, Oxford University Press, 1975.

PEOPLE REBUILDING BERKELEY: THE SELF-CREATING LIFE OF NEIGHBORHOODS, with Howard Davis and Halim Abdelhalim, Center for Environmental Structure, 1975. Reprinted by New Communities Development Group, Berkeley, California, 1985.

COMMUNITY AND PRIVACY (with Serge Chermayeff), German translation, Florian Kupferberg Verlag, Mainz, 1972.

LA ESTUCTURA DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE, Barcelona, 1971.

NOTES ON THE SYNTHESIS OF FORM, French translation, Dunod, Paris, 1971.

A HUMAN CITY (with Ronald Walkey, Murray Silverstein, and others), Kajima Publishing Company, Tokyo, 1970.

NOTES ON THE SYNTHESIS OF FORM, Spanish translation, Ediciones Infinito, Buenos Aires, 1969.

TRES ASPECTOS DE MATEMATICA Y DISEQNO, Tusquets Editor, Barcelona, 1969.

HOUSES GENERATED BY PATTERNS (with Sanford Hirshen, Sara Ishikawa, Christie Coffin and Shlomo Angel), Center for Environmental Structure, Berkeley, California, 1969.

A PATTERN LANGUAGE WHICH GENERATES MULTI-SERVICE CENTERS (with Sara Ishikawa and Murray Silverstein), Center for Environmental Structure, Berkeley, California, 1968.

SYSTEMS GENERATING SYSTEMS, Booklet, published by Inland Steel, 1967.

NOTES ON THE SYNTHESIS OF FORM, Italian translation, Il Saggiatore, Milano, 1967.

COMMUNITY AND PRIVACY (with Serge Chermayeff), Spanish translation, Ediciones Nueva Vision, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1967.

COMMUNITY AND PRIVACY (with Serge Chermayeff), Japanese translation, Kajima Institute Publishing Company, Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, 1966.

COMMUNITY AND PRIVACY (with Serge Chermayeff), Italian translation, Il Saggiatore, Milano, 1965.

NOTES ON THE SYNTHESIS OF FORM, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1964.

COMMUNITY AND PRIVACY (with Serge Chermayeff), Doubleday, New York, 1963.


IV. PLANS AND DESIGN PROJECTS


The Mary Rose Museum, design for museum to house the excavated ship, Mary Rose, including workshops and conservation areas, educational and display exhibits, Portsmouth, England, 1991.

House reconstruction design, and construction management for Steve and Susie Sullivan, Berkeley, California, 1990-1.

The Shiratori Plan, preliminary design for low-rise, high-density housing. An integrated neighborhood plan for 500 families, at a density of 80 families per acre, for the City of Nagoya, Japan, 1990.

Design for West Coast retail stores for Hearthsong, Inc., Sebastopol, California, makers of children' toys. Designing stores and providing generic language for the design of the chain, 1990.

House reconstruction design, and construction management for Gail Kaiser and Mark Anderton, Palo Alto, California, 1989-1990.

Site plan and preliminary design for Aspen Village, integrated development of residential and commercial use in Aspen, Colorado, 1990.

House design for Roger and Karuna Hodgson, Nevada City, California, 1990.

Design for planned development of low cost housing community of 65 houses, utilizing innovative financing to avoid up-front financing to avoid high mortgage costs, Podunk, New York, 1990.

Housing plan for low income housing with Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation. Innovative process to provide user participation. Planning, design and construction management process, with pilot programs in California, 1989-1990.

Design for International Forum Conference Center, Tokyo, Japan. Invited competition entry for a complex of conference halls, auditoria, exhibition halls, and other public facilities, in downtown Tokyo, total floor area 1,400,000 square feet, 1989.

House design for Peter and Jeannie Stonestrom, Palo Alto, California, 1990.

Site plan and construction process for neighborhood of sixty houses, on 90 acres, to become a model of ecological development, in which woods, lake, and greens are to be integrated with houses, designed and built in such a way as to avoid damaging the natural landscape, Mendham Township, New Jersey, 1989.

Design for teaching Buddhist monastery for 300 monks, Kathmandu, Nepal, 1988.

High-Density Mass-Housing (with Ingrid King and Eleni Coromvli), University of California and Center for Environmental Structure, Berkeley, California, 43 pages, June 1988.

Zoning Ordinance for Pasadena, California, for City of Pasadena, with Dan Solomon and others), 1988.

Design for Pasadena Waldorf School, Altadena, California. Master plan, and building plans, for ten buildings, including Assembly building, classroom buildings, kindergarten and others. 1988.

House design for low-cost house in heavy timber framing, Bob and Laura Viale, Orinda, California, 1986

Civic Center design for Mountain View, California. Invited competition entry for City Hall, offices, Community theater, and council chamber, with grand plaza, and underground parking, 1986

The Oregon bench: Design and full size models for for multi-colored glazed tile bench, with hand-glazed tile, and hand-drawn flowers and wave designs, 1986

Zoning plan revision for Hopedale, Massachusetts, with performance-based criteria, and variable density housing, 1985.

House design for Anne Medlock and John Graham, Whidbey Island, Seattle, Washington, 1985.

House design for Al and Katherine Haimson, Woodside, California, 1985.

New system of office furniture (with Artemis Anninou and Gary Black) in consultation with John Rheinfrank of Richardson/Smith 1985.

Design for an outdoor pavilion, heavy timber construction with multicolored lacquer work and painting. Omega Institute, New York, 1985.

Neighborhood plan for 150 low cost houses, Sao Carlos, Brazil, 1984-1985.

House design for John and Terry Naylor, Orinda, California. Three story house, 50'x18', with swimming pool, and variety of outbuildings, on a one hundred acre ranch, 1984.

Plans and designs for Moshav Shorashim, master plan, thirty houses, workshops kindergarten, shops, and public buildings, Galilee, Israel, 1983.

Comprehensive Master plan pattern language for the University of Missouri, Kansas City, Missouri, 1982.

Designs and plans for New Eishin school, Tokyo, Japan, together with university buildings, and library and student center to be built in second phase of construction. Japan, 1982-1985.

Mansion design for Gary and Margarita Crawford estate, Stinson Beach, California, stone house, with large rooms, and complex detail, terraces, outbuildings, landscaping, 1982-1983.

House design for Mr. and Mrs. Kinsey Anderson, Bodega Bay, California, 1982.

Sapporo Apartment building, 10 story shops and apartments for 43 families, for Mrs. Keiko Inoue, Sapporo, Japan, (with Ingrid King), 1982.

Layout and design of twenty houses, all different, each one laid out in conjunction with the family, Moshav Shorashim, Galilee, Israel, (with Artemis Anninou), 1982.

House design for Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Card, Portola Valley, California, Two stories, with outbuildings, terraces and gardens, 1981.

Master plan for Guasare New Town, Maracaibo, Venezuela, Process for layout of neighborhoods, layout of houses by families, and management of construction, 1981.

Master plan for the Community of North Omaha, North Omaha Community Development Committee, Omaha, Nebraska, 1981.

Tarrytown restaurant, design for restaurant, cafes, bars and entertainment, on the Hudson River, 25,000 square feet, for Robert Schwartz, 1980.

Design for extension to Tarrytown Conference Center, Tarrytown, N.Y., for Robert Schwartz, 1980.

Master plan for Segev H, with Amos Gitai, Center for Environmental Structure, 1979.

Plans for an $8000 migrant workers house, Department of Migrant Services, State of California, 1977.

Rockridge plaza, design for shops and apartments, Oakland, California, (with Ingrid King), 1975.

Master Plan and preliminary design for Town Square, Walnut Creek, (with Ingrid King), 200,000 square feet of commercial space, to be built incrementally, by Miller and Facchini, Walnut Creek, 1974.

Tourist Development Project for Malaga, Spain, on behalf of the Spanish Ministry of Tourism. 1,000,000 square feet, to be built over a ten-year period, (with Halim Abdelhalim, Walter Wendler, Ingrid King, Donald Corner, and Howard Davis), 1974.

User designed apartment building, 27 families, St. Quentin-en-Yvelines, Paris. Schematic design, program, and construction schedule with Ingrid King and Walter Wendler, 1974.

Master Plan for Tourist Resort, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, with Ingrid King, Halim Abdelhalim, and Lisa Heschong, 1973.

Master planning process for the town of Marsta, Sweden. Fourteen panels, 27"x 40", English and Swedish, (with Max Jacobson and Ingrid King), 1972.

Furniture, design and construction, various experimental pieces, 1970-78.

Exhibit for 1970 World's Fair, Eighty-panel exhibit for the 1970 Osaka World's Fair, Japanese Pavilion, entitled "A Human City," with Ronald Walkey and others, 1970.

Program and design for Berkeley City Hall Complex, for the City of Berkeley, (with Ronald Walkey and Barbara Schreiner), 1970.

Design for community of 1500 houses for Lima, Peru (with Sanford Hirshen, Sara Ishikawa, Christie Coffin and Shlomo Angel), invited competition entry, United Nations, First prize by minority report, 1969.

Master plan for the University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, chief client Robert Harris, 1969.

Multi Service Center, Hunts Point, Bronx, New York (with Sara Ishikawa and Murray Silverstein and Gruzen and Partners), 1968-73.

Courtyard house plans, Newhaven, Connecticut, (with Serge Chermayeff), 1963-64.

Schematic design of Rapid Transit Stations for the Bay Area Rapid Transit System (with Van King and Sara Ishikawa), for Wurster, Bernardi & Emmons, San Francisco, 1964.

Program for Urban housing, Arthur D. Little, San Francisco, 1963.

Master plan for village of Bavra, Gujarat, India, 1962.


V. ARTICLES, ESSAYS AND PAPERS


"Perspectives: Manifesto 1991," PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE, July 1991, pp. 108-112.

"A New Way of Looking," HALI, Issue 56, April 1991, pp. 114-125.

"The Architect Has No Clothes," Letter to the Editor, Progressive Architecture, April 1990, p. 11.

"Low-Rise High-Density Housing in Nagoya," Lead Editorial in ASAHI SHIMBUN (Japan's leading newspaper), March 23, 1990.

"A Watershed in the History of Architecture," METROPOLITAN HOME, December 1989, Vol. XXI, No. 12, p. 40, continued p. 46. Review of A VISION OF BRITAIN, by H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales.

"Mountain View Civic Center Competition Design," with Hajo Neis, Ingrid King, Artemis Anninou, Gary Black, A+U, September 1989, No. 228, p. 21-46.

"Double Exposure," excerpt from A PATTERN LANGUAGE, Oxford University Press, New York, 1977, reprinted in HARROWSMITH, July/August 1989, Vol. XIV:2, No. 86, p. 72-73.

"From 'The Nature of Order'," in ZYZZYVA, Vol. V, No. 1, Spring 1989.

"Architecture Operating Within a World View," in COMPLEXITIES OF THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT: A CULTURAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE, Karl Vak, editor, Proceedings from the Discoveries 1987 Symposium, Vienna, Austria, Europa Verlag Gsmblt Wien, Vienna, 1988, p. 129-133.

"High-Density Mass-Housing," with Eleni Coromvli and Ingrid King, Department of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley, and Center for Environmental Structure, June 1988.

"The End of Post-Modernism," CONCRETE, Annabelle Ison and Joseph Smooke, Editors, Spring 1988, Vol. 25, No. 3, pp. 23-25.

"A City of Gardens," Zoning ordinance for multi-family housing, with Dan Solomon et al, 1988.

"Toward a Personal Workplace," with Artemis Anninou, Gary Black, and John Rheinfrank, ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, Mid-September issue, 1987, pp. 130-141.

"The Style of the Twenty-First Century: An Essay on Technology, Geometry and Style," in PRECIS 6, The Journal of the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, 1987, pp. 128-137.

"Cleaning House," A letter to the Editor, IMAGE MAGAZINE, in The San Francisco Examiner, June 22, 1986, p. 4-5.

"Das Machen von Gebauden: Eishin College - Eishin High School bei Tokio," introduction by Christopher Alexander, BAUMEISTER, February 1986, p. 24. Cover photograph.

"Battle: The History of a Crucial Clash between World-System A and World-System B - Construction of the New Eishin Campus," with Hajo Neis, Gary Black and Ingrid King, THE JAPAN ARCHITECT, August 1985, Vol. 60, No. 8, pp. 15-35 (Cover photograph).

"Mini-Neighborhoods - High Quality Houses Which the Average Family Can Afford," unpublished paper, Center For Environmental Structure, March 1985.

"Less Is Not More When it Comes to Porches," an excerpt from A PATTERN LANGUAGE reprinted in UTNE READER, Minneapolis, June/July 1985, No. 10, p. 123.

"Eine Pattern Language - Auszuge aus DIE ZEITLOSE ART ZU BAUEN und EINE PATTERN LANGUAGE," ARCH+, March 1984, Vol. 73, pp. 14-37. Excerpts from A TIMELESS WAY OF BUILDING, Oxford University Press, 1979 and A PATTERN LANGUAGE, Oxford University Press, 1977.

"The Atoms of Environmental Structure," with Barry Poyner, in DEVELOPMENTS IN DESIGN METHODOLOGY, editor Nigel Cross, 1984, pp. 123-133.

"Sketches of a New Architecture," in ARCHITECTURE IN AN AGE OF SKEPTICISM, compiled by Denys Lasdun, London 1984, pp. 8-27.

Japanese Translation of A PATTERN LANGUAGE, Kajima Institute Publishing Co., Ltd., Tokyo, 1984.

"Linz Cafe," MAGASIN TESSIN, Lund, 2/3 1984, pp. 106-121.

"Mexicali Revisited," PLACES, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Vol. 1, No. 4, Summer 1984, pp. 76-77.

"The Production of Houses," with Howard Davis, Julio Martinez, Don Corner, THE SCOPE OF SOCIAL ARCHITECTURE, COLUMNS, Vol. 1, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, Inc., New York, 1984, pp. 123-131. An excerpt from THE PRODUCTION OF HOUSES, Oxford University Press, New York, 1985.

"Discord Over Harmony in Architecture: The Eisenman/Alexander Debate," (partial transcript of debate with Peter Eisenman), in HGSD NEWS, editor Yvonne V. Chabrier, May-June, 1983, Vol. 11, No. 5, pp. 12-17. Also published in 40 LOTUS INTERNATIONAL, 1983, IV, pp. 60-68; ARCH+, March 1984, Vol. 73, pp. 70-73; Japanese translation in A+U ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM, editor Toshio Nakamura, September 1984, No. 168, pp. 19-28.

"Linz Cafe: The Architect's Evaluation," 40 LOTUS INTERNATIONAL, IV, 1983, PP. 45-59. An excerpt from THE LINZ CAFE/ DAS LINZ CAFE, Oxford University Press and Locker Verlag, New York-Vienna, 1981.

"Notes on Pattern Language in the Office," OFFICE FURNITURE, Vol. II of ALBUM, editor Mario Bellini, 1983, pp. 97-101.

"Libertarian Architecture," NOMOS: STUDIES IN SPONTANEOUS ORDER, Autumn, 1983, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 13-14. An excerpt from A PATTERN LANGUAGE, Oxford University Press, 1977.

"Wholeness in the Structure of the City," with Artemis Anninou and Hansjoachim Neis, in ARCHITECTURE IN GREECE, 16, 1982, pp. 124-129.

"The San Francisco Waterfront Project," with Artemis Anninou and Hansjoachim Neis, in ARCHITECTURE IN GREECE, 16, 1982, pp. 159-167.

"Rules for House Layout," CES, 55 pages, Definition of process for layout of houses in Moshav Shorashim, 1982.

"Housing for Guasare," CES, 57 pages, Definition of process and physical layout for the housing production in Guasare, September 1982.

Excerpts from A PATTERN LANGUAGE, in TARRYTOWN LETTER, August 1981, pp. 1-3.

"Beyond Humanism," Christopher Alexander interviewed by Howard Davis, JOURNAL OF ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION, Vol. 35, No. 1, Fall 1981, pp. 18-24.

"Art and Design for the 21st Century," in DESIGN IS UNSIGHTBAR, edited Liesbeth Waecheter Bohm, Locker Verlag, Vienna 1980, pp. 101-110.

"The Progress of My Work 1958-1980," ibid, pp. 385-394.

"Notes on the Design of the Linz Cafe," ibid, pp. 664-667.

"The Timeless Quality of Things," ibid, pp. 111-114.

"The Linz Cafe," ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, 3/4, 1980, pp. 48-49.

"Organic Design," editorial in RAIN, August/Sept. 1980, pp. 8-9.

"Master Plan for Segev H," with Amos Gitai, Center for Environmental Structure, Berkeley, 1979.

Special edition of ESPACIOS CEPA, "el estructuralismo de Christopher Alexander," Argentina, 1977, No. 6.

"The Architect Builder: Toward Changing the Conception of What an Architect Is," SAN FRANCISCO BAY ARCHITECT'S REVIEW, September 1977, No. 4, p. 4.

"Value in Design: A Dialogue," with J.P. Protzen, CONCRETE, November 1, 1977, Vol. 1, No. 6, beginning pp. 1. Also published in DESIGN STUDIES, U.K., July 1980, Vol. 1, No. 5, pp. 291-298.

"Value: A Reply to Protzen," CONCRETE, November 15, 1977, Vol. 1, No. 8, beginning pp. 1.

"Remodeling the Ben Lomond: The Need for a Ben Lomond Precinct." A report prepared for the Weber County Commission, Ogden, Utah, by CES, December 15, 1977.

"La Regression Californienne ou la Reification du Myth Christopher Alexander, une Conference," ARCHITECTURE MOUVEMENT CONTINUITE, France, March 1976, No. 38, pp. 76-77.

"The Architect Builder," John Lawrence Memorial lecture, University of Tulane, 1976.

"The New Apartment Building," with Ingrid King and Walter Wendler, Center for Environmental Structure, 1975.

"Tourism in Andalusia: Making Buildings and Communities Which Really Live," with Halim Abdelhalim, Walter Wendler, and others. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, January 1975, Vol. 45, No. 1, pp. 33-37.

"The Grass Roots Housing Process," with Halim Abdelhalim and others, Center for Environmental Structure, Berkeley, 1975.

"Timeless Way of Building," A+U, Kanna Hirata, editor, March 1975, No. 51, pp. 49-60.

"The Growth of Order from Small Acts," Center for Environmental Structure, working paper, 1975.

"A Conjectured Mapping Density Theorem," unpublished working paper, Berkeley, California, 1975.

"A Collection of Patterns which Generate Multi-Service Centers," with Sara Ishikawa and Murray Silverstein. Summary of book in Declan and Margrit Kennedy, ARCHITECT'S YEAR BOOK -- THE INNER CITY, Vol. 14, London: 1974, pp. 141-180.

"The Walnut Creek Project," with others, Center for ‘Environmental Structure, Berkeley, 1974.

"The Economics, Politics and Implementation of the Pattern Language," working paper of the Royal Institute of Technology, School or Architecture, Department of Design Methods, Stockholm, 1973.

"The Timeless Way of Building: An Early Version." Published in Lang, Burnette and Vachon, ARCHITECTURE FOR HUMAN BEHAVIOR, 1973.

"Proposition Pour un Nouveau Type de Logements Collectifs," in LA POLITIQUE DES MODELES ET SON RETENTISSEMENT SUR L'INNOVATION DANS LE LOGEMENT SOCIAL, F. Choay and J. Riguet, ed., May 1974-May 1975, pp. 132-172.

Interview with Maria Luisa Racionero, FUNCION DE LA ARQUITECTURA MODERNA, Salvat editores, s.a., Barcelona, 1973, pp. 8-21, continued 64-73. Also in ASPECTOS DE LA VIDA NUEVA, Barcelona, 1975.

"The Invention of a Human and Organic Building System," (with Max Jacobson), in Edward Allen, SHIRT-SLEEVE SESSION ON RESPONSIVE HOUSEBUILDING TECHNOLOGIES, MIT, 1972, pp. 33-51.

"An Attempt to Derive the Nature of a Human Building System from First Principles," in Edward Allen, SHIRT-SLEEVE SESSION ON RESPONSIVE HOUSEBUILDING TECHNOLOGIES, MIT, 1972, pp. 22-32.

"Can a housewife design a home?" Interview with Diane Loercher, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, February 18, 1972. Also in BALTIMORE EVENING SUN, February 27, 1972.

"Alexander y la metodologia de diseno," SUMMA, July 1972, No. 51, pp. 17-24.

Interview with Max Jacobson, "A Refutation of Design Methodology," in DESIGN METHODS NEWSLETTER, March 1971, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 3-7. Also in ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, December 1971, Vol. 42, pp. 768-770; LA ESTRUCTURA DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE, Barcelona, 1971, Appendix; DEVELOPMENTS IN DESIGN METHODOLOGY, edited Nigel Cross, 1984, pp. 309-316.

"Houses Generated by Patterns, Summary." In David Lewis, THE GROWTH OF CITIES, London, 1971.

Interview with Maria Jose Rague Arias, in Maria Jose Rague Arias, CALIFORNIA TRIP, Barcelona, 1971, 53-59.

Letter of response to "New Architecture: Building for Man," by Douglas Davis, NEWSWEEK, April 19, 1971, pp. 8-9.

"Changes in Form," ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, London, March 1970, Vol. 40, No. 3, pp. 122-125. Also in LA ESTRUCTURA DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE, Barcelona, 1971, pp. 109-133.

"A View of Contemporary World Architecture," JAPAN ARCHITECT, 1970, Vol. 45, pp. 52-54.

"The Environment," THE JAPAN ARCHITECT, 165, 1970. Also in LA ESTRUCTURA DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE, Barcelona, 1971, pp. 91-108; A+U, August 1972, Vol. 2, No. 8, pp. 111-122.

Berkeley Civic Center Expansion Schematic Design with Ronald Walkey and Barbara Schreiner, Center for Environmental Structure, 1970.

"System Denken - Modern Version des Cafulils fur Wunder," BAUMEISTER, Germany, December 1969, Vol. 65, pp. 1452-1459.

"Mosaic of Subcultures," Center for Environmental Structure, December 1969.

"Houses generated by patterns" (with Sanford Hirshen, Sara Ishikawa, Christie Coffin and Shlomo Angel), published in ARCHITECT'S YEAR BOOK, U.K., 1971, Vol. 13, pp. 84-114.

"A Sublanguage of 70 Patterns for Multi-Service Centers" (with Sara Ishikawa and Murray Silverstein), report submitted to the Hunts Point Neighborhood Corporation, Hunts Point, Bronx, New York, January, 1968.

"Subsymmetries" (with Susan Carey), PERCEPTION AND PSYCHOPHYSICS, Vol. 4 (2), February, 1968, pp. 73-77.

"The Environmental Pattern Language," EKISTICS, May 1968, Vol. 25, pp. 336-337.

"Thick Wall Pattern," ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, July, 1968, Vol. 38, pp. 324-326.

"The Organization of the Design Pattern," lecture given to the Royal College of Art (London), Research Unit, July l8, l968.

"Major Changes in Environmental Form Required by Social and Psychological Demands," Second International Seminar, Japan Center for Area Development Research, September 1968, pp. 66-83. Also published in EKISTICS, August 1969, Vol. 28, No. 165, pp.78-85; ARCHITECTURE PLUS, Vol. 2, No. 7, 1969; ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, March 1970, pp. 120-125; WORLD CONGRESS OF ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS, 1970, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 289-296; STREVEN, February 1970, Vol. 1, No. 5, pp. 454-463; STRUKTUR FRIHED FORM, Peter Broberg and Karen Zahle, editors, Copenhagen, 1976, pp. 77-95.

"Christopher Alexander: Nuevas Ideas Sobre Deseno Urbano," CUADERNOS SUMMA-NUEVA VISION, ‘September 1968, entire issue devoted to Christopher Alexander.

"The Bead Game Conjecture," LOTUS 5, 1968, Alfieri, Venezia, pp. 151-154.

Cells of Subcultures, occasional paper of the Center for Environmental Structure, Berkeley, 1968.

Thick Wall Pattern, 1967.

"The Center for Environmental Structure: Theory, Organization and Activities," Brochure, Center for Environmental Structure, Berkeley, California, 1967. Reprinted in IKISTICS, May 1968, Vol. 25, No. 150, pp. 336-337; AD, May 1968, pp. 204-205; Summary in DRS NEWSLETTER, July 1968, Vol. 1, No. 2.

"Design Innovation" (with others), PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE, November, 1967, Vol. 48, pp. 126-131.

"Reply to Carson and Roosen-Runge," JOURNAL OF THE AIP, November 1967, pp. 414-417.

"Proceedings of the Seminar of the Center for Environmental Structure" (with Sara Ishikawa, Murray Silverstein and others), Center for Environmental Structure, Berkeley, California, 1967.

"Systems generating systems", booklet, also published in ARCHITECTURE CANADA, No. 11, Vol. 45, November 1968, pp. 39-44; CASABELLA, Vol. 31, No. 321, 1967, pp. 4-11; APPROACH, Spring, 1968, pp. 14-19; and ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, December 1968, pp. 605-608; TRES ASPECTOS DE MATEMATICA Y DISENO, Barcelona, 1969, pp. 62-79; LA ESTRUCTURA DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE, Barcelona, 1971, pp. 57-72.

"The City as a Mechanism for Sustaining Human Contact," in ENVIRONMENT FOR MAN: THE NEXT FIFTY YEARS (edited by W. Ewald), American Institute of Planners Conference, Indiana University Press, 1967, pp. 60-102. Also published by the Center for Planning and Development Research, University of California, Berkeley, Working Paper No. 50, October, 1966; TRANSACTIONS OF THE BARTLETT SOCIETY, 1965/66, Volume 4, 93-136; CUADERNOS SUMMA-NUEVA VISION, No. 9, September, 1968, pp. 3-19; and APPROACH, Spring, 1968, p. 24.

"BART: The Bay Area Takes a Million Dollar Ride," ARCHITECTURAL FORUM, June 1966, Vol. 124, No. 6, pp. 38-61.

"From a Set of Forces to a Form," in THE MAN-MADE OBJECT, Vision and Value Series, Volume 4 (edited by Gyorgy Kepes), George Braziller, New York, 1966, pp. 96-107. Also in INTERIOR DESIGN, October 1967, pp. 36-39, translated into French, 1968; ENVIRONMENTS: NOTES AND SELECTIONS ON OBJECTS, SPACES AND BEHAVIOR, (edited by Stephen Friedman and Joseph B. ‘Juhasz), Brooks/Cole Publishing Co., Monterey, California, 1974, pp. 13-21; ESPACIOS CEPA, Argentina, 1977, No. 6, pp. 22-43.

"Relational Complexes in Architecture" (with Van Maren King and others), ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, September, 1966, Vol. 140, No. 3, pp. 185-190.

"The Pattern of Streets," JOURNAL OF THE AIP, September, 1966, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 273-278. Also in ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, November, 1967, Vol. 37, pp. 528-531; APPROACH, Spring, 1968, p. 25; SUMMA, December 1968, No. 14, pp. 69-71.

"Twenty-Six Entrance Relations for a Suburban House," in "The Atoms of Environmental Structure, Ministry of Public Buildings and Works, Directorate of Research and Development," London, 1966, pp. 17-73, reprinted in EMERGING METHODS IN DESIGN, Gary Moore, editor, MIT, 1971.

"The Atoms of Environmental Structure" (with Barry Poyner), Ministry of Public Buildings and Works, Directorate of Research and Development, London, 1966, pp. 3016. Also published by the Center for Planning and Development Research, University of California, Berkeley, July, 1966, reprinted in EMERGING METHODS IN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AND PLANNING, Gary Moore, editor, MIT, 1971, pp. 308-320; LA ESTRUCTURA DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE, Barcelona, 1971, pp. 75-90; DEVELOPMENTS IN DESIGN METHODOLOGY, Nigel Cross, editor, 1984, pp. 123-133.

"The Coordination of the Urban Rule System," Regio Basiliensis Proceedings, Basel, Switzerland, December, 1965, pp. 1-9. Also published by INTERNATIONALE REGIO PLANERTAGUNG, Switzerland, September 1965, pp. 168-177; The Center for Planning and Development Research, University of California, Berkeley, July, 1966; ESPACIOS CEPA, Argentina, 1977, No. 6, pp. 44-67.

"390 Requirements for the Rapid Transit Station," (with Van Maren King and Sara Ishikawa), Library of the College of Environmental Design, Berkeley, California, 1965.

"A City is Not a Tree," ARCHITECTURAL FORUM, April-May, 1965, Vol. 122, pp. 58-62. Also in DESIGN, February, 1966, pp. 46-55; HEFTI BIRTINGUR 13, 1967, pp. 50-72; TVAI, Israel, Spring 1967, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 64-69; ARCHITECTURE MOUVEMENT CONTINUITE 1, November 1967, No. 161, pp. 3-11; STICHTING WERKGEMEENSCHAPPEN BERGEIJK, No. 2, pp. 77-108; APPROACH, Spring, 1968, pp.26-27; CUADERNOS SUMMA-NUEVA VISION, No. 9, September, 1968, pp. 20-30; EKISTICS, Vol. 23, pp. 344-348; ARCHITECTURE ANTHOLOGY, Arizona State University, 1969, pp. 580-590; ACTUALIDADES TECNICO CIENTIFICAS ARQUITECTURA, July 1969, No. 2, pp. 54-82; TRES ASPECTOD DE MATEMATICA Y DESENO, Barcelona, ‘1969, pp. 19-60; LA ESTRUCTURA DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE, Barcelona, 1971, pp. 17-55; ZONE, May 1986, Vol. 1/2, p. 129-149; ARCHITECTURE CULTURE 1943-1968: A DOCUMENTARY ANTHOLOGY, Joan Ockman, ed., Columbia Books of Architecture and Rizzoli, New York, 1993, pp.379-388.

"The Theory and Invention of Form, ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, April, 1965, Vol. 137, pp. 177-186.

"The Question of Computers in Design," ARCHITECTURE AND COMPUTERS, Boston, 1964, p. 52. Also in LANDSCAPE, Vol. 14, No. 3, Spring, 1965, pp. 6-8; TRES ASPECTOS DE MATEMATICA Y DISENO, Barcelona, 1969, pp. 9-16; LA ESTUCTURA DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE, Barcelona, 1971, pp. 9-15.

"On Changing the Way People See" (with A. W. F. Huggins), PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS, Vol. 19, July, 1964, pp. 235-253.

"Hidecs 3: Four Computer Programs for the Hierarchical Decomposition of Systems Which Have an Associated Linear Graph," Civil Engineering Systems Laboratory Publication Report No. R63-27, MIT, June, 1963.

"Main Structure Concept" (with B. V. Doshi), LANDSCAPE, Vol. 13, No. 2 (Winter), 1963-64, pp. 17-20. Reprinted in EKISTICS, Vol. 17, No. 103 (June 1964), pp. 352-354.

"The Most Stable Decomposition of a System into Subsystems," INFORMATION AND CONTROL, 1963.

"Twenty-six Pictures to the Top of the Tree," ARCHITECTURAL FORUM, October 1963.

"The Determination of Components for an Indian Village," PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE ON DESIGN METHOD, London, September, 1962. Also published by Pergamon Press, 1963, pp. 83-114 and DEVELOPMENTS IN DESIGN METHODOLOGY, editor Nigel Cross, 1984, pp. 33-56.

"Hidecs 2: A Computer Program for the Hierarchical Decomposition of a Set with an Associated Graph," (with Marvin Manheim), Civil Engineering Systems Laboratory Publication 160, MIT, June, 1962. Also in BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE, Vol. 8, No. 2, April, 1963.

"The Origin of Creative Power in Children," BRITISH JOURNAL OF AESTHETICS, Vol. 3, No. 2, July, 1962, pp. 207-226. Also in ART FOR THE PREPRIMARY CHILD, Hilda Present Lewis, editor, Spring 1972, pp. 33-49.

"The Use of Diagrams in Highway Route Location," (with Marvin Manheim), Civil Engineering Systems Laboratory Publication 161, MIT, March, 1962. Also in Highway Research Board Reports, 1965.

"The Design of Highway Interchanges" (with Marvin Manheim), Civil Engineering Systems Laboratory Publication 195, MIT, March, 1962. Also in Highway Research Record No. 83, Highway Research Board, Washington, D.C., 1965.

"Information and an Organized Process of Design," PROCEEDINGS OF THE BRT, Washington, Spring, 1961, pp. 115-124.

"A Result in Visual Aesthetics," BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, October, 1960, Vol. 51, No. 4, pp. 357-371.

"The Revolution Finished Twenty Years Ago," in ARCHITECT'S YEAR BOOK, Vol. 9, London, 1960, pp. 181-185.

"Perception and Modular Coordination," RIBA JOURNAL, Vol. 66, No. 12, October, 1959, pp. 425-429.


VI. BOOKS, PAPERS AND ARTICLES ABOUT
ALEXANDER AND HIS WORK
BY OTHER AUTHORS


"Eyecatcher - unusual sites from around the world" article about the West Dean Gardens Visitors Center in xxx newspaper, England, by xxx, August 1996, p.xx

"Patterns: The key to succesful software design" by Diane Sanders in TELEPHONY Magazine, June 24, 1996, pp.176-77.

Ann Medlock, "Clergy" Poem, 1996

"Houses with Soul: a talk with Christopher Alexander" Carolyn Hines' interview with Christopher Alexander in Aspen Snowmass Star, A Publication of BJ Adams and Co. Real Estate, Summer 1996, pp.1-6.

"The Good Book" interview with Christopher Alexander about "A Pattern Language," by Carolann Rule in WESTERN LIVING Magazine, April 1996, pp.1-6.

"A new American craftsman house" Article about the Upham house, Berkeley, by Kenneth Baker in the AMERICAN HOME STYLE and Gardening Magazine, April/May 1996, pp.42-47.

"A FORESHADOWING OF 21ST CENTURY ART" Book review in GEREH Carpet and Textile Magazine (Unione Stampa Periodica Italiana), No.7, December 1995, p.101.

"The Laws of Architecture From a Physicist's Perspective" by Nikos A. Salingaros in Physics Essays, Vol.8, No.4, 1995. pp.638-43.

"Der Mond ist unter. Geblieben: Die vier Ecken des Tisches. Christopher Alexander im GesprÀ­Àch mit Georg Schrom" by Renate Ganser and Georg Schrom in ARCHITEKTUR AKTUELL of Springer-Verlag - Wien, July/August 1995, pp.92-101.

"The life of carpets: an application of the Alexander rules" by Nikos A. Salingaros, unpublished, supplemented for HALI Magazine, July 13, 1995

"THE MARY ROSE MUSEUM" Book Review by Alan Powers in COUNTRY LIFE, June 22, 1995, p.5.

"Architects in battle over the Mary Rose" by Mira Bar-Hillel in the EVENING STANDARD, May 11, 1995, p.23.

"Not Arts and Crafts" by Brian Hanson in Educating Architects, AD ACADEMY EDITIONS, May 1995, pp.106-109.

‘RIBA chhief steps in to Mary Rose row" by Mira Bar-Hillel in SUNDAY TELEGRAPH, February 26, 1995

"Keeping the professional flag flying" by Paul Finch, Leader in the ARCHITECTS' JOURNAL, February 9, 1995

"Author: Design should link people to the earth" by Karen Rathe in the SEATTLE TIMES, March 5, 1995

"The Alexander Technique - Berkeley Architect Christopher Alexander is Passionate about Making Buildings Where People Feel Whole" by Laurence B. Chollet, LOS ANGELES TIMES Magazine, January 29, 1995, pp.14-16, 28.

A FORESHADOWING OF 21ST CENTURY ART Book review by Alan Powers in CRAFTS, Magazine of the British Council, October-November 1994

Review of A FORESHADOWING OF 21ST CENTURY ART by Stuart Smithers in PARABOLA Magazine, November 1994, p. 88.

Brian Hanson, "The West Dean College Visitors Center" in Proceedings of Portsmouth symposium, published in ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, November 1994.

A FORESHADOWING OF 21ST CENTURY ART - Book Review by Kathleen McCann in FIBERARTS, Sept/Oct 1994, p. 62.

Richard P. Gabriel, "The Bead Game, Rugs, and Beauty: Part 2," in Journal of Object-oriented programming, September 1994, pp.44-49.

James O. Coplien, "Highlights of the First Conference on Pattern Language of Programming", AT&T Bell Laboratories Technical Memorandum, ILL650 1G341, September 1994.

James O. Coplien, "A Development Process Generative Pattern Language", in Proceedings of First Conference on Pattern Language of Programming, Monticello, Illinois, August 1994, pp.1-33.

"The small house", New York Times, August 1994

James O. Coplien, "Generative Pattern Languages," C++ Report, July-August 1994, pp.19-64.

"Christopher Alexander Visits The Oregon Experiment" By Greg Bryant in RAIN Magazine, Summer 1994, Volume XIV, Number 4, p. 14.

Richard P. Gabriel, "The Bead Game, Rugs and Beauty: Part 1," in Journal of Object-oriented programming, June 1994, pp.74-78.

"WEAVING AS LITURGY; The Alexander Collection: Part I," by John Eskenazi and "A CARPET IS A PICTURE OF GOD; The Alexander Collection: Part II," by Ian Bennett. Reviews ‘of A FORESHADOWING OF 21ST CENTURY ART in HALI MAGAZINE, London, April/May 1994, p. 80-95.

"The Alexander Collection: Part II" by Ian Bennett. Review of A FORESHADOWING OF 21ST CENTURY ART, in HALI MAGAZINE, London, April/May 1994, pp.80-95.

Review of A FORESHADOWING OF 21ST CENTURY ART by Kenneth Baker, regular Art Critic of San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 1994; commissioned by the NEW YORKER, not yet published.

"A design for living" by Laurence Chollet in THE RECORD, New Jersey, January 9, 1994, p. E-3. Review of A FORESHADOWING OF 21ST CENTURY ART.

"Housing: 'Pedestrian Village' proposed at Business Center," by Gil I. Rudawsky, in ASPEN TIMES DAILY, January 13, 1994.

Review of A FORESHADOWING OF 21ST CENTURY ART: THE COLOR AND GEOMETRY OF VERY EARLY TURKISH CARPETS, in NEWSWEEK, December 6, 1993, p. 74.

"Architecture can be kind to the Soul" by Tom Peters in THE SEATTLE TIMES Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 18, 1993, section B-3

"Campus Village: Dorms No More" by Phil Patton,THE NEW YORK TIMES The Living Arts, September 23, 1993

"Christopher Alexander and Contemporary Architecture," by Ingrid F. King, in a Special Issue of ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM, Tokyo, August 1993, entire volume, with a preface by Christopher Alexander, p. 4-7.

"Voice of Wisdom," by Julie V. Iovine, Kim Johnson Gross, and Jeff Stone, in CHIC SIMPLE HOME, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1993, pp. 162-163.

REDEFINING DESIGNING: FROM FORM TO EXPERIENCE, by C. Thomas Mitchell, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 1993, throughout.

"The Revolutionary Architect," by Joel Garreau, in THE MONTHLY, Emeryville, California, Vol. XXIII, No. 7, April 1993, pp. 15-19.

"The Linguistics of Design," by Kitty Axelson-Berry, in SPRINGFIELD ADVOCATE, Massachusetts, March 11-17, 1993, pp. 14-15.

"Now for the plane truth," by Edward Pilkington, THE GUARDIAN, London, Thursday, October 29, 1992, Arts Profile.

"Alexander the Urban Activist: Crusader for a new community spirit," by Susannah Temko, DIABLO ‘MAGAZINE, September 1992, pp. 35, 38-42, 44.

"Storm blows up over home for Mary Rose," by Justin Strong, THE PORTSMOUTH EVENING NEWS, Portsmouth, England, August 22, 1992.

"The Prince, the professor and the Palace PR lady," by Paul Keel, THE MAIL ON SUNDAY, London, August 16, 1992, p. 9.

"'Pushy' Belinda in storm over royal architect," by Alison Gordon, THE MAIL ON SUNDAY, London, August 9, 1992.

"Princely Post for Berkeley Architect," by Diana Ketcham, OAKLAND TRIBUNE, Monday, June 1, 1992, p. B-2.

CALIFORNIA INDIAN ENERGY NEWS, Vol. 2, No. 3, Summer 1992, p. 8.

"Building from the Heart: An Interview with Christopher Alexander," by Pat Murphy, EXPLORATORIUM QUARTERLY, Vol. 16, No. 1, Spring 1992, pp. 34-39.

CED NEWS, College of Environmental Design, University of California at Berkeley, Vol. 10, No. 2, Spring 1992, p. 22
"Back Porch on the Future," by Pilar Viladas, HOUSE AND GARDEN, April 1992, pp. 116-121.

"The Design 100," by Dorothy Kalins, Editor in Chief, METROPOLITAN HOME, April 1992, p. 73.

"Patterns ... Christopher Alexander to Speak at 10th Annual Kahn Memorial Lecture," CITY SITES: NEWSLETTER OF THE FOUNDATION FOR ARCHITECTURE, Vol. 7, No. 2, March/April 1992, p. 1.

"Familiarity Breeds Content?: Met Home's Design 100 List," by Liz Lufkin, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, Wednesday, March 11, 1992.

"Prince Charles Forms Architecture School," THE NEW YORK TIMES, Thursday, February 13, 1992, p. C15.

"Serge Chermayeff - Architect and Designer," by Alan Powers, Lecture given to the Thirties Society, February 12, 1992.

"A Vision for the Present: From model to mortar, an update on The Prince of Wales's architectural plans," by Alan Powers, VOGUE, London, February 1992, pp. 138-141.

Special issue "Patterns and Personality," of PLACES: A QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN, Vol. 7, No. 4, 1992, focussing on the history, influence and function of The University of Oregon Master Plan, and excerpts from THE OREGON EXPERIMENT, throughout the issue.

FACING TOMORROW: WHAT THE FUTURE HAS BEEN ‘WHAT THE FUTURE CAN BE, by Thomas Hine, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1991, pp. 194-196.

"Alexander patterns for design computing: atoms of conceptual structure?" by P. Galle, in ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING B: PLANNING AND DESIGN, Vol. 18, 1991, pp. 327-346.

"House of Patterns," by Fred Albert, in PACIFIC, The Seattle Times/Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 20, 1991, pp. 26-33.

EDGE CITY: LIFE ON THE NEW FRONTIER, by Joel Garreau, Doubleday, New York, 1991, pp. 318-339.

"Is Charles the true heir of civilisation," by Mira Bar-Hillel, in EVENING STANDARD, London, Moday, September 16, 1991, p. 17.

"The Real Meaning of Architecture," by Thomas Fisher and Ziva Freiman, in PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE, July 1991, pp. 100-107.

"Village could add 250 homes to AABC," by Scott Condon, in ASPEN TIMES DAILY, April, 17, 1991, p. 3.

"Model School," by Jules Lubbock, in ARCHITECTS' JOURNAL, London, April 10, 1991, pp. 26-29.

"Conversation with an American Architect, Mr. Christopher Alexander: 'High-Rise for Lack of Land' is Wrong, It is Possible to Create High-Density Human Living Environment with Low-Rise Houses," by Misako Ando, in MAINICHI NEWSPAPER, Tokyo, March 24, 1991.

"Prince Charles, Christopher Alexander and A Pattern Language," by Sajjad, in FREEDOM, March 23, 1991, Vol. 52, No. 6.

"To Houses With Own Garden From High-Rise Houses: A Proposal by Mr. Christopher Alexander," by Kazuhiko Shibusawa, in SANKEI NEWSPAPER, Tokyo, March 14, 1991, p. 19.

"Mary Rose finally finds shelter from the storm," by Mira Bar-Hillel, in CHARTERED SURVEYOR WEEKLY, March 7, 1991, p. 22.

"Revisiting Mexicali," an interview by Thomas Fisher, in PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE, March 1991, pp. 79-81.

"The Oregon Experiment After Twenty Years" by Greg Bryant, in RAIN Magazine, Winter/Spring 1991, Vol. XIV, no. 1, pp. 32-39.

"Decentralized Systems," by Greg Bryant, in RAIN Magazine, Winter/Spring 1991, Vol. XIV, No.1, pp. 42-43.

Review of A NEW THEORY OF URBAN DESIGN, by Besim S. Hakim, in JOURNAL OF ARCHITECTURAL ‘EDUCATION, February 1991, pp. 120-123.

"Biculturalism and Community: A Transformative Model for Design Education," by Anthony Ward, in JOURNAL OF ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION, February 1991, pp. 90-109.

"The Science of Design: Christopher Alexander's Search for a Generative Structure" By Stephen Gabrow, in WISCONSIN ARCHITECT, February 1991.

"Carbuncle's plan for Mary Rose sunk by Charles," by Sarah Lonsdale, in THE OBSERVER, February 10, 1991.

"Interview with Christopher Alexander," by Avani Parikh, ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN, New Delhi, January-February 1991, pp. 93-99.

"Prince Charles's word alters Mary Rose hall design course," by Martin Spring, in BUILDING, January 18, 1991, p. 8.

"Kosugi Project," condominiums buildt using A PATTERN LANGUAGE, appearing in THE JAPAN ARCHITECT, January 1991, pp. 353-359; and NIKKEI ARCHITECTURE, January 1991, pp. 113-124. Project dedicated to Christopher Alexander.

"Magic carpets," by David Bonetti, in SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER, Style Section, Thursday, November 15, 1990, p. C-1, continued C-15. Review of the De Young Museum exhibit, "Ancient Color and Geometry: Very Early Turkish Carpets of the Christopher Alexander Collection".

"A Needle's Eye View," by Marlo Faulkner, in THE TIMES, Time Out Section, Thursday, November 15, 1990, p. D1. Review of the De Young Museum exhibit, "Ancient Color and Geometry: Very Early Turkish Carpets of the Christopher Alexander Collection".

"Carpets Woven With Artful Thread," by Kenneth Baker, in SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, Tuesday, November 13, 1990, Datebook Section, p. E1. Review of the De Young Museum exhibit, "Ancient Color and Geometry: Very Early Turkish Carpets of the Christopher Alexander Collection".

"Carpets," by Susan Edmiston, AT HOME: BAY AREA LIVING, A Supplement of San Francisco Focus Magazine, Autumn 1990, p. 28-32.

"Perspectives: Finding Sullivan's Thread," by Thomas Kubala, in PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE, pp. 102-104.

"Lowrise or Highrise: Looking for the New Vision to Make Living Environment," Proceedings of the 1st Seminar on Living Environment, May 26, 1990, Nagoya, Japan, Published by Nagoya Living Environment Conference.

"Professor: Low-rise is beautiful," by Mira Bar-Hillel, in CHARTERED SURVEYOR WEEKLY, May 17, 1990, p. 31.

"Archetypalism," by Phil Patton, 7 DAYS MAGAZINE, New York, Vol. 3, No. 14, April 11, 1990, p. 21-24.

Review of A NEW THEORY OF URBAN DESIGN by Giancarlo de Carlo, in SPAZIO E SOCIETA, Jan/March 1990, pp. 118-121

ENTRIES IN THE INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN COMPETITION FOR THE TOKYO INTERNATIONAL FORUM, 1989, Japan Institute of Architects, Tokyo, March 26, 1990. Christopher Alexander's entry p. 133.

"Prince Charles, Architecture's Royal Pain," by Benjamin Forgey, THE WASHINGTON POST, Style Section, Thursday, February 22, 1990, p. B1, continued p. B6.

"Not-so-soothing surroundings at unfinished inn," by Philip Harper, SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, Sunday, February 11, 1990.

"House Hunting," by Martin Filler, THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS, February 1, 1990, Vol. XXXVII, No. 1, p. 26-29.

"The Pattern Language and It's Enemies," by Kimberly Dovey, in DESIGN STUDIES, Vol. II, No. 1, January 1990, pp. 3-9.

Letters to the Editor, METROPOLITAN HOME, February 1990, p. 49. Responses to Christopher Alexander's review of H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales' book, A VISION OF BRITAIN, appearing in METROPOLITAN HOME, December 1989.

"US architect backs Prince on design," by Mara Bar-Hillel, THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH, London, December 31, 1989, p. 4.

"Buttress for Prince's view," excerpt of "US architect backs Prince on design," by Mara Bar-Hillel, THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH, appearing in THE SUNDAY TIMES, London, December 31, 1989.

PARADIGM A: NEWSLETTER #4, Roland Angenent and Gerrit Kelhout, editors, Netherlands, December 1989.

"THE 'DESIGN YOUR OWN OFFICE' PROGRAM", by Steven Gregg Murray, A Professional Report, College of Environmental Design, Department of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley, December 5, 1989.

Review of A NEW THEORY OF URBAN DESIGN, by Anjan Mitra, ARCHITECTURE+DESIGN, India, November-December 1989, Vol. VI, No. 1, p. 125.

"Resurrecting Arcadia," by Friso Broeksma, in a special issue of FOURUM, ARCHITECTURAL QUARTERLY, "Friso ‘Broeksma: Dispatches from California", Amsterdam, November 1989, p. 5-25.

PARADIGM A: NEWSLETTER #3, Roland Angenent and Gerrit Kelhout, editors, Netherlands, September 1989.

"Berkeley's 'renegade architect'," by Thomas York, SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER, Real Estate Section, Sunday, September 3, 1989, p. F1, continued p. F6.

PARADIGM A: NEWSLETTER #2, Roland Angenent and Gerrit Kelhout, editors, Netherlands, June 1989.

PARADIGM A: NEWSLETTER #1, Roland Angenent and Gerrit Kelhout, editors, Netherlands, March 1989.

"The Heart of the House: Architect Christopher Alexander's Magic Kitchen," by Peter Lemos, AMERICAN HOME, Fall/Winter 1989, p. 14-16, 117-118.

"Pattern Language: Designing an eloquent house," by Craig Canine, HARROWSMITH, July/August 1989, Vol. XIV:2, No. 86, p. 66-75.

"Rebel's Quest Is to Make Every Client an Architect," by Diana Ketchum, in THE NEW YORK TIMES, The Home Section, Thursday, June 29, 1989, p. C1, continued on p. C12. Printed in THE NEW YORK TIMES, WEST COAST EDITION, "A Renegade Architect Designs for 'Every Man'," p. B1, B4. Also printed as "A Rebel's Idea: Be Your Own Architect," INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE, Saturday-Sunday, July 1-2, 1989, p. 16.

"Komagome Building," by Mr. Matsuba, in BOX, Tokyo, April 1989, p. 12-15.

"In Pursuit of the Possibility of 'Place' -- School Architecture of Christopher Alexander," by Hiroshi Ichikawa, in SEARCH FOR SELF AND SEARCH FOR THE COSMOS, Iwanami Shoten, Tokyo, March 1989, p. 147-168.

"Room at the Inn," by Dale Conour, PENINSULA, San Jose Edition, March 1989, Vol. III, No. 12, p. 28.

"A shelter with dignity," by Gary Richards, SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, Tuesday, March 7, 1989, p. B1.

"More than rooms at this inn: Architecture of Julian Street project shows care, dignity", by Alan Hess, SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, Sunday, February 26, 1989, p. C1.

"The Spirit of Home," by William L. Hamilton, METROPOLITAN HOME, December 1988, Vol. 20, No. 12, p. 67-77.

"Die Mundigwerdung der indonesischen Architektur," by Heinz Frick, Dissertation expose, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherland, November 1988.

"Systemaufbau der konstruktiven 'Pattern Language'," by Heinz Frick, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherland, no date.

"Drafting Designs for the Future," by S. Azby Brown, PRISM: THE MAGAZINE OF JAPANESE INDUSTRY AND LIFESTYLES, Mitsubishi Corporation, Tokyo, October/November 1988, p. 11-13.

"Better Design for Better Housing," by Sam Hall Kaplan, LOS ANGELES TIMES, Sunday, August 7, 1988, Part VIII, p. 2.

"Eishin School, Higashino High School," INAX BOOKLET, Japanese-language magazine, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 25-28.

"Echoes of the Past, Visions for the Present," by Kurt Andersen, TIME, January 4, 1988, p. 74-75.

FRINGES: A VISUAL APPROACH TO THE UNDERSTANDING OF STRUCTURES, by GenGo Matsui, Kajima Institute Publishing Co., Ltd., Japan, 1986, p. 48-59. Translation by Dr. Ja'nos A. Nagy.

"Maison De Louran," in NIKKEI ARCHITECTURE, 6-13, 1988, pp. 65-69 and pp. 92-93 and pp. 232. Cover photograph.

Review of A NEW THEORY OF URBAN DESIGN, "Alexander's Alternative for Creating an Urban Context," by George Rand, in ARCHITECTURE, February 1988, p. 35.

"Inn Offers Much More than Shelter," by Alan Hess, SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, Sunday, January 31, 1988, p. 6P.

"The Laughter at the Heart of Things," by Helen M. Luke, PARABOLA, Winter 1987, pp. 6-17.

"Building By the Book: Using 'A Pattern Language' to Design a House with a Heart," by Craig Canine, HARROWSMITH, July/August 1987, Vol. 2, No. 10, pp. 51-59.

"Pattern Planning: One-Of-A-Kind Homes You Design Yourself," in BUILDING IDEAS, Summer 1987, pp. 104-112.

"Shelter for the Dispossessed: Emergency Shelters," by Sally Woodbridge, ARCHITECTURE CALIFORNIA, March/April 1987, Vol. 9, No. 2, p. 28.

"Mini-Neighborhood Project," by Seth Wachtel, Professional Report for the Master of Architecture Division of the University of California, Berkeley, April 1987.

"Homework in the Ozarks: Four Architecture Students Design and Build a Solar Farmhouse," by Steve Dowen, Stan Koehn, Doug Pierce and Daryl Rantis, in FINE HOMEBUILDING, February/March 1987, pp. 70-75.

"Putting A PATTERN LANGUAGE to Work: An inspired design approach achieves high-quality space on a tight budget," by Dale Mulfinger, FINE HOMEBUILDING, Special issue on houses, Spring 1987, No. 38, pp. 49-53.

"Design and the Teaching of Design," by John Parman and Jocelyn Kwei, CED NEWS, University of California, Spring 1987, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 4-6.

"An Exploration into the Equilibrium between Detail and Roughness in Construction," by Sid Conn, University of California, Berkeley, Spring 1987.

"Christopher Alexander and the Nature of Architecture," by Gary Coates, Sussanne Siepl, and David Seamon, ORION NATURE QUARTERLY, Spring 1987, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 20-33.

Article on Eishin School, in NIKKEI ARCHITECTURE, July 27, 1987, pp. 148-156.

"The Pattern Language and Its Enemies," by Kim Dovey, University of Melbourne, Australia, 1987.

"Learning the Language of Practice," by Robert J. Yinger, University of Cincinnati, The Ontario Institute of Studies in Education, 17:3, 1987, pp. 293-318.

"Christopher Alexander: Towards an Architecture of Freedom," by Dil Green, Bachelor of Architecture Thesis, Manchester Polytechnic School of Architecture, 1987.

"A Pattern Language: How An Oregon Architectural Firm Uses this Benchmark Book to Design Houses," by Rob Thallon and David Edrington, FINE HOMEBUILDING, December 1986/January 1987, pp. 51-55.

"Architect Unveils Drawings of City Shelter for Homeless," by Frank Sweeney, SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, Tuesday, September 30, 1986, p. 8B.

"Trail-blazing Berkeley Architect in Running for Major Civic Center," by Charles Shere, THE TRIBUNE CALENDAR in THE OAKLAND TRIBUNE, Sunday, September 28, 1986, p. 5, cont. p. 17.

Review of Stephen Grabow's book: "Christopher Alexander: The Search for a New Paradigm in Architecture," by Bill Beard, in FINE HOMEBUILDING, No. 33, June/July 1986, p. 88.

Review of "The Production of Houses," by David Spires, in FINE HOMEBUILDING, No. 33, June/July 1986, p. 88.

"Harmony and Wholeness," by Pilar Viladas and Thomas Fisher, PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE, June 1986, p. 92-103.

"Color, Inner Light, and Architecture," by Denise Owen, Professional Report for Master of Architecture Program, College of Envirnomental Design, University of California, ‘Berkeley, May 1986.

"Coming Home: The Making of a House," by Nora Gallagher, IMAGE MAGAZINE, in THE SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER, April 27, 1986, pp. 30-34; continued p. 50. Cover photograph.

"Reynera Banham anilizza Christopher Alexander: L'eterno modo di cambiare rotta," by Reyner Banham, CASABELLA, March 1986, pp. 33-35.

"House as Home," by Peter Davey, editorial, THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW, February 1986, Vol. CLXXIX, No. 1068, p. 22-23.

"An Approach to Wholeness," by Dorit Fromm, THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW, February 1986, Vol. CLXXIX, No. 1068, pp. 24-31.

"On the Edge of the Bay, JSW," by Neil Jackson, THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW, February 1986, Vol. CLXXIX, No. 1068, pp. 32-39.

"Burgess Entrances," by Rory Spence, THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW, February 1986, Vol. CLXXIX, No. 1068, pp. 40-43.

"'Pattern' and 'Postmodern'," by Paulhans Peters, BAUMEISTER, February 1986, p. 6.

"Das Machen von Gebauden: Eishin College - Eishin High School bei Tokio," by Hansjoachim Neis, BAUMEISTER, February 1986, pp. 25-42. Introduction by Christopher Alexander, p. 24. Cover Photograph.

"A Most Excellent Architectural Master in our Time: Christopher Alexander," by Gu Meng-chao, THE CHINESE ARCHITECTURE JOURNAL, translated by Dai Zhizhong, June 18, 1986, pp. 76-77.

"Fundamental Conditions Necessary for the Creation of Green Space in a City," by Hansjoachim Neis, INTERNATIONAL GREEN FORUM REPORT, September 1986, pp. 111-113.

"Patterns der landlischen Ibosiedlungen in Ostnigeria," by Emmanuel Ede, Disertation for Institut fur Architektur - Und Plannungstheorie, University of Hannover, 1986.

"Generative Design in Architecture Using an Expert System," by Eric Gullichsen and Ernest Chang, February 19, 1985. Paper for the Department of Computer Science of the University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia.

"Analysis for the University of Kansas Campus: Image, Townscape, and Pattern Language," by Osama A. Elsawahli, February 1985. Master's thesis for the School of Architecture and Urban Design of the University of Kansas.

"Ordinary-people plan makes home a natural," by Linda Platts, photos by R.H. Ring, THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR, Tucson Arizona, Sunday, April 14, 1985, p. I-1, continued on I-9.

NIKKEI ARCHITECTURE, May 1985, Vol. 20, No. 239, pp. 60-68 (cover photograph).

"ACSA National Meeting: A Report," by Robert Benson, INLAND ARCHITECT, May/June 1985, p. 16, and continued on p. 41.

"Eishin-gakuen Higashino Senior High School by Christopher Alexander and C.E.S.," KENCHIKU BUNKA, June 1985, Vol, 40, No. 464, pp. 27-60.

THE JAPAN ARCHITECT, June 1985, Vol. 60, pp. 153-186 (cover photograph).

"Eine Schule Als Dorf: Eishin Schule, Tokio," by Thomas Kostulski, ARCH+.

"Heideggerian Thinking and Christopher Alexander's PATTERN LANGUAGE," by David Seamon, Professor of Architecture, Kansas State University. Paper for the annual meeting of the Environmental Design Research Association, New York City, June 11, 1985.

Review of THE PRODUCTION OF HOUSES, by Colin Ward, NEW SOCIETY 9, August 1985, p. 205; HOUSE AND GARDEN, London, October 1985, p. 94; OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS NEWS, November 21, 1985; Michael J. Crosbie, AIA JOURNAL, Vol. 74, No. 12, December 1985, pp. 88-89; Richard Dyer, BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE, December 8, 1985, p. B15; Diane Ketcham, THE OAKLAND TRIBUNE, Sunday, January 26, l986, p. 6; Philip Tabor, THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW, February 1986, Vol. CLXXIX, No. 1068, p. 86; J. Baldwin, WHOLE EARTH REVIEW, Spring 1986, p. 85; Peter Bosselmann, DESIGN BOOK REVIEW 9, Spring 1986, pp. 62-63; David Spires, FINE HOMEBUILDING, June/July, No. 33, p. 88; David Seamon, IMPRESSIONS, Fall 1986, Vol. IV, No. 3, pp. 20-23.

"Education and Design for Sustainability: A Case Study of the Meadowcreek Project, Fox, Arkansas," by Gary J. Coates, Professor of Architecture, Kansas State University, in PROCEEDINGS OF THE TENTH NATIONAL PASSIVE SOLAR CONFERENCE, A. Wilson and W. Gtennie (editors), American Solar Energy Society, Inc., 1985, Vol. 10, pp. 21-26.

"The One Way of Painting: Color, Value and Geometry," by Ari Cohen, November 1985. Master of Architecture Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, California.

"A Clean, Well-Lighted Place," by Jon Krakauer, NEW AGE JOURNAL, December 1985, pp. 40-45; continued pp. 74-75. Also in UTNE READER, No. 15, April/May 1986, pp. 118-125.

"Pattern Language as a Man-Architecture System," by Kazuhiko Namba, A+U ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM, No. 183, December 1985, pp. 4-5.

"Wholeness and Order in Large Span Roof Trusses," by R. Gary Black, a Professional Report, Berkeley, California, 1985.

"Arquiteto do renome internacional deve vira Sao Carlos," in O DIARIO SAO CARLOS, 18 de Janeiro 1984, Ano XV, No. 3,736.

"Mexicali Revisited 1984," by Dorit Fromm, May 1984. Master of Architecture Thesis, University of California, Berkeley.

"Shaping a Home of One's Own, in ARCHITECTURE MINNESOTA, May/June 1984, pp. 42-43.

"Christopher Alexander, Theory and Practice," by James Shipsky, ARCHITECTURE, editor Donald Canty, July 1984, pp. 54-63.

"Autarkic Settlements: The Use of Pattern Language in the Design of Highly Self-Sufficient Settlements," by Issac A. Meir, July 1984. Master of Sciences in Architecture and Town Planning Thesis, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel.

"The Impact of Models on the Creation of Order," by Andreas Muschialik, August 1984. Master of Architecture Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, California.

Mexicali Revisited: Seven Years Later," by Dorit Fromm and Peter Bosselmann, PLACES, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Summer 1984, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 78-90. With an introduction by Christopher Alexander.

"Design Plans for Meadowcreek: Promoting a Foundational Ecology Practically Through Christopher Alexander's Pattern Language," by Gary J. Coates and David Seamon, MEADOWCREEK NOTES, Arkansas, Summer 1984, No. 7, pp. 2-10.

"An Uncommon Bench: A Small Building by Architect Christopher Alexander and Associates," by Pete Retondo, CO-EVOLUTION QUARTERLY, Fall 1984, No. 43, pp. 78-85. (Includes an interview with Christopher Alexander).

"Christopher Alexander and His Design Language," by Krzysztof Lenartowicz, QUARTERLY OF ARCHITECTURE AND TOWN PLANNING, Krakow, Winter 1984, pp. 373-381.

ARCH+, March 1984, Vol. 73. Entire issue devoted to Christopher Alexander.

Editorial, Nikolaus Kuhnert, ibid, pp. 13-14.

"Albany Haus, Berkeley," by Robert L. Smith, ibid, pp. 38-43.

"Moshav Shorashim," by Howard Davis, ibid, pp. 44-45.

"Eishin Schule, Tokyo," by Ken Petermann, ibid, pp. 48-52.

"Neues aus Berkeley -- mein Studium bei Christopher Alexander," ibid, pp. 54-57.

"...Lehre gesprochen," by Eduardo Vargas, ibid, pp. 58-59.

"Rolfshagen -- Erfahrungen mit der Pattern Language aus der Sicht der Bewohner und Planer," by Ludwig Eith, Kay Marlow and Andreas Maurer, ibid, pp. 60-62.

"Christopher Alexander und die Wiener Moderne," by Hermann Czech, ibid, pp. 63-65.

"...von Mustern, die einen gewohnlichen Ort lebenswert machen," by Manfred A. Kovatsch, ibid, pp. 65-69.
Pictures of Apartment House in Sapporo, Japan, Fresno Market and Linz Cafe, ibid, pp. 46-47, 53 and 74, respectively.

"Foundational Ecology and Christopher Alexander's PATTERN LANGUAGE," by David Seamon. Paper for the annual meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Human Sciences, Atlanta, Georgia, October 21, 1984.

"Commentary on Mexicali," by Karl Linn, THE SCOPE OF SOCIAL ARCHITECTURE, COLUMNS, Vol. 1, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, Inc., New York, 1984.

"Alexander's Pattern Language and the Aesthetic Experience of the Human Brain," by Osama A. Elsawahli, Paper for University of Kansas, Master's Program, Lawrence, Kansas, 1983-4.

"Christopher Alexander and the Pattern Language," by M. Gelernter, ARCHITECTURAL JOURNAL, U.K., January 1983, pp. 17-21.

"Seeking For A New Paradigm: Logic and Practice of Christopher Alexander," by Hiroshi Nakano, AXIS, January 1983, Vol. 6, pp. 30-35.

"Oregon Experiment under 10 year evaluation," by Land du Pont, OREGON DAILY EMERALD, Eugene, Wednesday, January 19, 1983, Vol. 84, No. 82, p. 1.

"A Pattern Language for Holiday Villages," by Ali Yavuz Ozbay, February 1983. Master of Architecture Thesis, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey.

"Experiment Universitat Hannover," by Sebastian Groth, Diplomarbeit an dem Fachbereich Architektur der Universitat Hannover, March 1983.

"Owner-Builder Courses: Design/Build at Heartwood," by Elizabeth Holland, FINE HOMEBUILDING, March 1983, pp. 14-15.

"Individual Houses in Groups: The Pattern Language in a Teaching Studio," by Howard Davis, JOURNAL OF ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION, Spring 1983, Vol. 36, No. 3, pp. 14-19.

"Report of the Campus Planning Committee on the University's Planning Process: Ten-Year Review," University of Oregon, May 1983.

"The Eishin School Project," by Ken Peterman, May 1983. Master's Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, California.

"Alexander's Architecture - A View From a Cafe," DESIGN STUDIES, U.K., July 1983, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 196-197.

"The Science of Design: Christopher Alexander's Search for a Generative Structure," by Stephan Grabow, REVISION, Fall 1983, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 36-45.

Review of CHRISTOPHER ALEXANDER: THE SEARCH FOR A NEW PARADIGM IN ARCHITECTURE, by William Dennis, REVISION, Fall 1983, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 108-109; Robert Campbell, TECHNOLOGY REVIEW, October 1984, pp. 14-16; Robert Benson, INLAND ARCHITECT, November/December 1984, Vol. 28, No. 6, 59-60; Harry Van Oudenallen, JOURNAL OF ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION, Spring 1985, Vol. 38, No. 3, p.32; Bill Beard, FINE HOMEBUILDING, June/July 1986, No. 33, p. 88.

"Zen and the Art of Building Design," by Martin Filler, TWA AMBASSADOR, St. Paul, November 1983, Vol. 16, No. 11, pp. 53-58.

"The Production of Houses," ibid, pp. 59-63.

"The Work of Christopher Alexander and Associates," by C.G. Watson, November 1983. Undergraduate thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

Biography. CHRISTOPHER ALEXANDER - THE SEARCH FOR A NEW PARADIGM IN ARCHITECTURE, by Stephen Grabow, Oriel Press Ltd. (Routledge and Kegan Paul, PLC), U.K., 1983.

"Marginal Comments on the Debate Between Alexander and Eisenman," by Georges Teyssot, 40 LOTUS INTERNATIONAL, IV, 1983, PP. 69-73.

"Reading THE OREGON EXPERIMENT," by Tassos M. Kotsiopoulos, BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT, Vol. 17, No. 2, 1982, pp. 69-85.

"A Maverick and a Model: Christopher Alexander," TARRYTOWN NEWSLETTER, March 1982, pp. 3-5.

Reviews of LINZ CAFE, in CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION, January 25, 1982; ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, March 1982; Jack Perry Brown, LIBRARY JOURNAL, March 15, 1982, Vol. 107, No. 629; J. Baldwin, THE CO-EVOLUTION QUARTERLY, Spring 1982; Tanya Kucak, RAIN, May 1982, p. 20; CHOICE, Vol. 19, No. 1226, May 1982, p. 77; Peter Buchanan, THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW, April 1983; Joseph B. Juhasz, OPEN HAUS, Holland.

"Das LINZ CAFE," BAUMEISTER, April 1982, pp. 329-333.

"PATTERNS and THE TIMELESS WAY OF BUILDING - an Evaluation," by R.C. Morrison, Auckland, New Zealand, 1982. BArch sub-thesis.

"Christopher Alexander and the Language of Architecture," by Joseph B. Juhasz, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 1981, 1, pp. 241-246.

"Harbingers: Ten Architects" by Martin Filler, ART IN AMERICA, Summer 1981, pp. 114-123.

"Notizen zu Christopher Alexander's "Pattern Language," by Manfred Kovatsch, UMBAU, Vienna, December 1981, pp. 5-17.

"Reflections on the Fable of the Caliph, the Ten Architects and the Philosopher," by Jean-Pierre Protzen, JOURNAL OF ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION, Summer 1981, Vol. XXXIV, No. 4, pp. 2-8.

"Patterns and Regeneration" by Peter Buchanan, THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW, London, December 1981, Vol. CLXX, No. 1018, pp. 331-333.

"Individuelle Designkonzepte: Christopher Alexander," FORUM DESIGN, Linz, 1980.

UTVECKLINGEN MOT STRUKTURALISM I ARKITEKTUREN, by Anders Ekholm, Nils Ahrbom, Peter Broberg, and Poul-Erik Skriver, Spangbergs Tryckerier AB, Stockholm, 1980, pp. 136-145. Biographical sketch and summaries of articles.

"A Pattern Language Generating Residences for People with Physical Disabilities," by Ken Snell, Bachelor of Architecture Thesis, University of Waterloo, Ontario, April 1980.

"Gegenkurs zur Irrsinns - Architektur," by Von Peter Moseneder, NACHRILEN, June 26, 1980, p. 9.

"Palette des Gestaltens," by Franz Schwabeneder, NACHRILEN, July 12, 1980.

"Il Concorso del PREVI a Lima," by Ranieri Valli, EDILIZIA POPOLARE, November/December 1980, Vol. XXVII, pp. 14-47.

"Pattern Language," by G. Broadbent, DESIGN STUDIES, U.K., April 1980, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 252-253. Also published in ARCHITECTURE ASSOCIATION QUARTERLY, April 1979.

CHRISTOPHER ALEXANDER, by Antonio Cottone, Instituto di Architettura Tecnica, Universita di Palermo.

"Andrew Rabeneck Reviews A PATTERN LANGUAGE," by Andrew Rabeneck, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, January 1979, p. 19.

"Tony Ward Reviews: A PATTERN LANGUAGE," by Tony Ward, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, January 1979, pp. 14-18.

"Centre communaitaire in Canada," by Britannia Design Architects, TECNIQUE ET ARCHITECTURE, 1979, Vol. 318.

LA COMPLESSITA FUNZIONALE, by B. De Sivo, E. Petroncelli, R. Cristiano, Dedalo libri, Bari, 1979.

THE PASSIVE SOLAR ENERGY BOOK, by E. Mazria, Rodale Press, 1979.

"Analisis Critico De PATTERN LANGUAGE," by Martin Dominguez, ARQUITECTURAS, Set./Dic. 1979, Vol. 30/31, pp. 43-52.

"Filling the Space: Recent Books on Architecture," by Cedric Price, ENCOUNTER, October 1979, pp. 62-63.

"Improvisation within a Pattern: A Swedish Community Designed its Housing Site and Each Family Designed Their Own House," ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, December 1979, pp. 106-107.

"Christopher Alexander and The Pattern Language: From Theory to Reality," by Benjamin Clavan, A+U, December 1979, pp. 87-98.

Reviews of THE TIMELESS WAY OF BUILDING, by H. Ward Jandl, LIBRARY JOURNAL, June 15, 1978; LIBRARY JOURNAL, Vol. 103, No. 1260, June 15, 1978; BOOKLIST, December 1, 1978; Michael Sweeny, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, January 1979, p. 84; J. Baldwin, THE CO-EVOLUTION QUARTERLY, Spring 1979, p. 136; KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN GAZETTE, July 31, 1979; ENCOUNTER, Vol. 53, No. 59, October 1979;Bruce Donehower, EAST WEST JOURNAL, November 1979, pp. 78-81; Robert Campbell, NEW AGE, November 1979, and BOSTON GLOBE, December 2, 1979; John Lobell, SKYLINE, February 1980, p. 10; CHOICE, Vol. 16, No. 1568, February 1980; HARVARD MAGAZINE, March-April 1980; Dennis Michael Ryan, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION, April 1980, pp. 223-225; RAIN, August/September 1980, pp. 8-9; G. Stiny, ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING 'B', 1981, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 119-120; Francis Duffy, THE ARCHITECT'S JOURNAL, London, March 11, 1981, p. 438; Juan M. Valcarce, DOS PUNTOS, Buenos Aries, October/November 1981, No. 2, p. 59; URBAN DESIGN QUARTERLY, December 1984/January 1985, p. 17; David Seamon, IMPRESSIONS; JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR CONTINUOUS EDUCATION, Fall 1985, Vol. III, No. 3, pp. 23-24.

"Patterns and Bridges," by Leonard Olson, Jr., PERSPECTIVES ON ADAPTATION, ENVIRONMENT AND POPULATION, John Calhoun, Ed., 1978.

"Das Mexicali-Experiment: Alternativer Wohnungsbau," by Dorit Fromm, Martin Just, Peter Bosselmann, BAUMEISTER, January 1978, pp. 33-37.

"The Oregon Experiment in Practice," by J.D. Rowe, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, July 1978.

"Patterns Einer Stadtrandsiedlung - Lubeck Roter-Lowe," by Klaus Jaerisch, Kay Marlow, Reinhard Muller, Architekturabteilung der Tu Hannover, Lehrstuhl fur Baukonstruktion und Entwerfen, Winter 1977/1978.

"Christopher Alexander," by Andrew Rabeneck, CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE, London, 1977, pp. 24-26.

"I sei principi di Christopher Alexander," by B. Zevi, L'ARCHITETTURA, Vol. 259, 1977.

"La Contribucion de Christopher Alexander," by Sergio Los, ESPACIOS CEPA, Argentina, 1977, No. 6, pp. 68-72.

"Rhythm and Oneness," by David J. Richmond, Comprehensive Examination for Christopher Alexander and Jean Pierre Protzen, Department of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley, Spring 1977.

Reviews of A PATTERN LANGUAGE, by Martin Levine, NEWSDAY: THE LONG ISLAND NEWSPAPER, September 1, 1977; Edw Lee Hammack, unpublished, October 1977; Clare Cooper Marcus, CONCRETE, November 29, 1977, Vol. 1, No. 10, p. 5; H. Ward Jandl, LIBRARY JOURNAL, December 1, 1977; Robert Campbell, BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE, December 4, 1977, p. A-10; Benjamin Clavan, SMITHSONIAN, January 1978, pp. 106-109; Hugh Kenner, HARPER'S, April 1978, pp. 75-77; CHOICE, December 1978, p. 101; Professor Denis Harper, BUILDING TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT, January 1979, p. 18; Helaine S. Kaplan, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, January 1979, pp. 83-84; J. Baldwin, THE CO-EVOLUTION QUARTERLY, Spring 1979, p. 136; Francis Duffy, THE ARCHITECT'S JOURNAL, September 12, 1979, pp. 541-542; John Lobell, SKYLINE, February 1980, p. 10; Dennis Michael Ryan, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION, April 1980, pp. 223-225; RAIN, August/September 1980, pp. 8-9; Martha C. MacMillan, LOS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO MONITOR, November 20, 1980; Juan M. Valcarce, DOS PUNTOS, Buenos Aries, October/November 1981, No. 2, p. 59; Stewart Brand, THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, in "The Chronicle Whole Earth Catalog," Wednesday, December 8, 1982, p. 6; Marilyn Green, OPEN CHAIN, July 1983; Marc De Malsche, WONEN, 1984, No. 95, pp. 60-61; URBAN DESIGN QUARTERLY, December 1984/January 1985, p. 17; David Seamon, IMPRESSIONS: JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR CONTINUOUS EDUCATION, Fall 1985, Vol. III, No. 3, pp. 23-24.

"The Poverty of the Pattern Language," by J.P. Protzen, CONCRETE, November 1, 1977, Vol. 1, No. 6, beginning p. 1. Article continued in CONCRETE, November 15, 1977, Vol. 1, No. 8, beginning p. 1.

"Chickens Without Heads: A Response to Protzen," by Howard Davis, CONCRETE, November 8, 1977, Vol. 1, No. 7, beginning p. 1.

"A City is not a Semilattice Either," by F. Harary and J. Rockey, ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING, London, 1976, Vol. 8, No. 4, pp. 375-384.

"The Hidecs Process," by S. Clark and D. Elms, MINISTRY OF WORKS AND DEVELOPMENT, New Zealand, June 1976.

Reviews of THE OREGON EXPERIMENT, by Robert Campbell, BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE, November 14, 1976, p. B-2 and December 5, 1976; Dr. Walter Kleeman, Jr., THE DESIGNER, May 1976, p. 17; Edw Lee Hammack, unpublished, October 1977; Benjamin Clavan, SMITHSONIAN, January 1978, pp. 106-109; Robert Campbell, HARVARD MAGAZINE, January-February 1978, p. 63; Hugh Kenner, HARPER'S, April 1978, pp. 75-77; Professor Denis Harper, BUILDING TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT, January 1979, p. 18; Michael Sweeny, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, January 1979, p. 84; J. Baldwin, THE CO-EVOLUTION QUARTERLY, Spring 1979, p. 136; Francis Duffy, THE ARCHITECT'S JOURNAL, September 12, 1979, pp. 541-542; Kenneth S. Lynn, THE AMERICAN SPECTATOR, Vol. 12, No. 12, December 1979, p. 19; John Lobell, SKYLINE, February 1980, p. 10; Dennis Michael Ryan, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION, April 1980, pp. 223-225; RAIN, August/September 1980, pp. 8-9.

"Christopher Alexander's Timeless Way of Building," by K. Hirata, ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM, 1975, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 49-60.

Review of PEOPLE REBUILDING BERKELEY: THE SELF-CREATING LIFE OF NEIGHBORHOODS, in THE DAILY CALIFORNIAN, Friday, February 21, 1975, p. 17.

"Toward the Recognition of the People's Housing Efforts: The Low-Income Housing Delivery System in Bangkok," by Shlomo Angel, Stan Benjamin, Koos H. De Goede. A Paper Presented to the Roving Workshop on Low-Cost Housing, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand, October 6-9, 1975.

"Team Ten at Royaumont 1962," by P. Smithson, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, London, November 1975, Vol. 45, pp. 664-689.

"A Planning Process Case Study, Port Costa, California," by Colin McGlibery, et al, Diablo Valley College, Spring 1974.

"Christopher Alexander," by David Elalouf, L'ARCHITECTURE D'AUJORD'HUI, July/August 1974, Vol. 174, pp. 54-63.

"Face a Face: Alexander and Habraken," by David Elalouf and Brian Brace Taylor, L'ARCHITECTURE D'AUJORD'HUI, July/August 1974, Vol. 174, pp. 72-73.

"Patterns Recognizing the Importance of Water in the Environment," by Georgia Bizios, Master's Thesis for the School of Architecture, University of Oregon, September 1974.

I METODI DEL DESIGN, by A. Rosselli, Milano, 1973.

"Last Utopian Sensuales de Nuestro Tiempo," by Xavier Rubert de Ventos, TEORIA Y SOCIEDAD, Barcelona, 1973, pp. 431-451.

"Pattern Language: Communitarian Implications of Design in New Multi-Family Housing Developments," by Calvin Jeung Lau, Master's Thesis in Architecture and Urban Planning, University of California, Los Angeles, 1973.

I MODELLI GRAFO-MATEMATICI E LA PROGETTAZIONE, by R. Del Nord, Clusf, Firenze, 1972.
THIRD GENERATION: THE CHANGING MEANING OF ARCHITECTURE, by Philip Drew, Praeger Publishers, London, 1972.

"Client-Architect Relationship With Christopher Alexander," an interview with Dr. Robert Trotter, Music Dean, University of Oregon, AVENU, University of Oregon, February 28, 1972, Vol. 1, No. 2.

"Monster i Marsta," by Johannes Olivegren, ARKITEKTUR, Stockholm, August 1972, No. 6, pp. 6-9.

"Monster for planering underifran," by Tord Baeckstrom, GOTBORGS HANDELS-OCH SJOFARTS-TIDNING, Monday, August 28, 1972.

"Consultant Says Patients Should Help With Mental Health Center Building," THE MODESTO BEE, Thursday, March 25, 1971, p. A-6.

"New Architecture: Building for Man," by Douglas Davis, NEWSWEEK, April 19, 1971, pp. 78-90.

"Systemes, Cybernetique et Amenagement de l'Espace," by Geoffrey H. Broadbent, JOURNEES: INFORMATIQUE ET CONCEPTION EN ARCHITECTURE, 1971, pp. 13-24.

"Christopher Alexander ou le Mythe de la Creation Scientifique," by J. Dreyfus, LA VIE URBAIR, France, 1971, No. 2, pp. 140-148.

"Christopher Alexander og teorien om et monster-sprog (pattern language), by Jorgen Peder Nansen and Martin Rubow, ARKITEKTEN, Denmark, 1971, Vol. 73, No. 22, pp. 477-487.

Review of HOUSES GENERATED BY PATTERNS, by Paul Irgens, ARKITEKTNYTT, 1971, No. 13, pp. 321-324.

Review of "The State of the Art in Methodology," ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, December 1971.

"Behavioral Models," by Claude Winkelhake, PROCEEDINGS OF THE KENTUCKY WORKSHOP ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TO ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN, University of Kentucky, 1971, pp. 167-173.

"Pattern Language - The Contribution of Christopher Alexander's Centre for Environmental Structure to the Science of Design," by Roger Montgomery, ARCHITECTURAL FORUM, New York, January 1970, Vol. 132, No. 1, pp. 52-59.

"Centre for Environmental Structure," ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, London, April 1970, pp. 193-196.

"PREVI/LIMA - Low Cost Housing Project," by Carl Koch, Alfredo Perez, and Halldor Gunnlogsson, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, London, April 1970, pp. 187-189.

"A Progress Report on the Pattern Language," by F. Duffy and J. Torrey, EMERGING METHODS IN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AND PLANNING, Gary T. Moore et al, editors, 1970, pp. 261-278.

"Alexander," TOSHI-JUTAKU 7007, Kajima Institute Publishing Co., Ltd., July 1970, No. 27, pp. 71-80.

Review of "The Atoms of Environmental Structure," by William Michelson, DESIGN AND ENVIRONMENT, Fall 1970.

"Alexander," TOSHI-JUTAKU 7009, September 1970, No. 29, pp. 89-93.

"Alexander," TOSHI-JUTAKU 7010, October 1970, No. 30, pp. 63-70.

"A Study on Meaningful Interactions Which Define the Special Arrangement of Our Environment," by Takeshi Inaba et all, TOSHI-JUTAKU 7011, November 1970, No. 31, pp. 6-56.

"Alexander," ibid, pp. 63-72.

"Alexander, TOSHI-JUTAKU 7012, December 1970, No. 32, pp. 39-47.

"Rightness and Wrongness in the Physical Environment," by A. Ward, DESIGN METHODS IN ARCHITECTURE, United Kingdom, 1969, No. 4.

"Design Process and Methods: A Partial Set of Notes from Architecture 345," by David Chapin and Janice Biederman, Department of Architecture, Case Western Reserve University, Spring 1969.

"Theory of Environmental Design, Complexity VI," by Gunter Nitschke, TOSHI-JUTAKU, June 1969, No. 14, pp. 94-96.

"Patterns and Semiology," by Francis Duffy and James Freeman, School of Architecture, Department of Anthropology, Princeton University, July 1969.

Review of A PATTERN LANGUAGE WHICH GENERATES MULTI-SERVICE CENTERS in QUARTERLY DIGEST OF
URBAN AND REGIONAL RESEARCH, University of Illinois, September 1969, p. 48.

"Christopher Alexander on Design Process," by Fumimasa Sugiyama. Graduation Thesis from Tokyo Institute of Technology, December 1969.

Review of SYSTEMS GENERATING SYSTEMS, in BAUMEISTER, 1968.

"Christopher Alexander i OAF," dialogue with Dennis Crampton et all, ARKITECKTNYTT, 1968, No. 3, pp. 42-43.

DESIGN METHODS IN ARCHITECTURE, by Geoffrey Broadbent and Tony Ward, Lund Humphries, London, 1968, throughout 10-160.

"Christopher Alexander," by David Clarke, 1968. Master of Architecture Thesis, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.

"Review of Christopher Alexander's Writings," by Takashi Asada, APPROACH, Spring 1968, pp. 22-27.

"The Death of Beaux Arts: The Cal-Oregon Experiment in Design Education," by M.A. Milne and C. Rusch, AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, March 1968, pp. 78-83.

"Alexander e la strutturazione dell'environment," by B. Raboni, COMUNITA, April 1968, Vol. 151.

"A Plain Man's Guide to Systematic Design Methods," by Geoffrey Broadbent, RIBAJ, May 1968, pp. 223-227.

"Christopher Alexander Mausolees contre Computers," by G. Canella, L'ARCHITECTURE D'AUJORD'HUI, France, September 1968, Vol. 39, pp. 4-7.

"A Look at Christopher Alexander," by David Clarke, unpublished paper, University of Oregon, December 3, 1968.

"HIDECS-RECOMP PROCEDURE," by Edward Bierstone and Allen Bernholtz, Department of Civil Engineering, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, March 1967.

"The Burdens of the Specialists," MANAS, June 28, 1967, Vol. 20, No. 26, beginning p. 1.

"Comments on 'The Pattern of Streets,'" by Daniel H. Carson and Peter H. Roosen-Runge, JOURNAL OF THE AIP, November 1967, pp. 409-414.

"Note sul rapporto Planning-design in America," by G. Gaetani, ZODIAC, Vol. 17, 1967.

"Lo strutturalismo funzionale di Ch. Alexander," by M. Bottero, COMUNITA, December 1967, Vol. 148-149.

Book reviews of NOTES ON THE SYNTHESIS OF FORM, by Paul Weidlinger, ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, October 1964, p. 50; AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PLANNERS, by Edward J. Kaiser, February 1965, pp. 82-84; PRODUCT ENGINEERING, March 29, 1965, p. 104; ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL, by Raymond Studer, March 1965; INDUSTRIAL DESIGN, by Malcom Brookes, March 1965, p. 20; ROYAL INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, by Ian Poyner, March 1965, p. 146; PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE, by R.H. Matrux, May 1965, p. 208; AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, by Raymond G. Studer, Jr., June 1965, pp. 88-90; unpublished paper by Paul Malo, Syracuse University, August 1968.

"Can a Better City Spring From the Architect's Wand," by the Editor, THE REDLANDS (CAL) DAILY FACTS, 1963.

"Pattern Language Report," by Murray Silverstein, Center for Environmental Structure.


VII. TELEVISION, FILM AND RADIO BROADCASTS


NHK One-hour Special, "Christopher Alexander and Chikusadai Housing Project," Japan Broadcasting Company, June 18, 1992.

NHK Specials Series, "Japan! Where should you go?" Vol. 6 "Discovery at Grass Roots Level," Japan Broadcasting Company, December 8, 1991.

Monthly segment on "Bay Area Arts," October 1990, September 1990, August 1990, July 1990, June 1990, May 1990, April 1990, March 1990, February 1990, January 1990, December 1989, November 1989, October 1989, September 1989, August 1989. KPFA Radio, Berkeley, California. Program hosted by Russ Jennings.

"Places for the Soul: The Architecture of Christopher Alexander," A film by Ruth Landy, Cinema Consultants, San Francisco, 1990. Broadcast by KQED, San Francisco, January 22, 1992. Also broadcast on Finnish Television, December 1991.

Radio Interview with Sedge Thompson, guest-host of "Fresh Air," August 21, 1989, WHYY, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Monthly segment on "Bay Area Arts," July 24, 1989, KPFA Radio, Berkeley, California. Program hosted by Russ Jennings.

"Christopher Alexander," KPFA Radio, Berkeley, California, 1989. Two-part discussion. Produced by Greg Saatkamp.

"Chris Alexander," Art Note #907, KQED Television, Current Affairs Department, KQED, Inc., San Francisco, 1987.


VIII. EXHIBITS


A HUMAN CITY (with Ronald Walkey, Murray Silverstein, and others), PAVILION AT THE OSAKA WORLD'S FAIR, 1970.

"Ancient Color and Geometry: Very Early Turkish Carpets of the Christopher Alexander Collection," at the De Young Museum, San Francisco, California, November 10, 1990 - February 17, 1991.

"Forms Which Do Not Frighten But Invite," sponsored by the University of Cambridge, Department of Architecture, The Octagon Gallery, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England, June 24 - August 6, 1989. Photos of projects displayed.


IX. CONSULTANT POSITIONS HELD


1985 Advisor tothe Nordic council of Ministers.
1985 Keynote address, ACSA convention. 1981 Invited Artist at Forum Design, Linz, Austria. 1982 Chief Architect, The Eishin School, Tokyo, Japan. 1980-82 Consultant to the State of Zulia, Venezuela, on Guasare new town. 1979-82 Consultant to Government of Israel. 1975-82 Member, Jerusalem Committee. 1979 Advisor to Citizens Commission on the North East Waterfront, San Francisco. 1979 Consultant to Ministry of Education, Honduras. 1978 Government of Mexico, Infonavit, Consultant Architect. 1978 Government of Israel, Jewish Agency and Ministry of Housing, Architect and Planner. 1976 Government of Papua, New Guinea, Ministry of Environment, Architect and Consultant. 1976 John Lawrence Memorial Lecture, Tulane University. 1975 Fulbright lecture, University of the Sorbonnel, Paris. 1975 Keynote Address, EDRA conference, University of Kansas. 1975-76 University of Mexico, Mexicali, Mexico, Visiting Professor. 1975 Government of Spain, Ministry of Information and Tourism, Consultant Architect. 1973 University lectures, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. 1970-73 University of Oregon, Master Planner. 1971-present Member of the Jerusalem Committee. 1970 Designer of theme exhibit, Osaka World's Fair. 1966-70 Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley. 1965-66 Government of United Kingdom, Ministry of Public Buildings and Works, London, Consultant on user needs. 1963-64 San Francisco, Bay Area Rapid Transit System, Consultant Architect. 1963 Consultant to Arthur D. Little on urban housing for the City of San Francisco. 1963 Assistant Professor, University of California. 1960-63 Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Civil Engineering Systems Laboratory, Consultant. 1962 Government of Gujarat, India, Village Development Planning. 1960-61 Research Associate, Center for Cognitive Studies, Harvard University. 1960-61 Instructor, Harvard University. 1959-60 Research Assistant, Joint Center for Urban Studies of MIT and Harvard.