Rory Hyde Projects ←
Writing

Rory Hyde has written for various publications including The Guardian, The Economist, Harvard Design Review, Domus, and Blueprint. He is an advisor to Volume magazine, where he worked as part of the editorial team for a number of years; and advisor to Architecture Australia, where he contributes a regular opinion column. Hyde’s first book Future Practice was awarded the Australian Institute of Architects prize for architecture in the media.

Books


Rory Hyde, Future Practice: Conversations from the Edge of Architecture, Routledge, 2013[Sample chapters: Foreword by Dan Hill, Interview with Todd Reisz, Interview with Indy Johar, Interview with Wouter Vanstiphout.]


Rem Koolhaas, Todd Reisz (eds.), Al Manakh 2: Gulf Continued, 2012 (Role: editorial researcher) [Sample chapters: Abandoned Cars and Memories of a Bashing, with Todd Reisz; Dubai-bashing Article Generator.]


Selected articles

When Aalto Met Google, Harvard Design Review, 2016 (forthcoming)

ARM and the big public, Architecture Australia, 2016

What does it mean to be a ‘good architect’?, Architecture Australia, 2015

Architecture in the coming age of artificial intelligence, Architecture Australia, 2015

The Future By DesignThe Economist, 2015 

Forensis: The Architecture of Public Truth, Blueprint, 2015

All of This Belongs to You, Volume, 2015

The sci-fi future of lamp posts, The Guardian, 2014

Fundamentalist: Interview with Rem Koolhaas, Christies Magazine, 2014

The new lift technology that will let cities soar far higher, The Guardian, 2014

Sending Out an SOS, in Humanitarian Architecture by Esther Charlesworth, 2013

Under the Bonnet of the Internet, Domus, 2013

About Time: Bolles and Wilson’s Raakspoort Civic Centre, Architecture Australia, 2013

The Oeuvre of Edmond and Corrigan, Architecture Australia, 2013

Potential Futures for Design Practice, archive of blog post, 2010

Unsolicited Architecture, archive of blog post, 2009