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“The Urbanist” on Adele Naudé Santos inArchitect, July 2013

“Industrial Strength,” featuring 27 Village Street Loft, pp 82-91 in Boston Home, Best of Boston Home 2009 edition, Winter 2009

“Forging a Balance,” a chapter featuring Adele Santos’ Somerville loft, pp160-169 in Live/Work: Working at Home, Living at Work, by Deborah K. Dietsch, published by Abrams, New York, 2008

“World Architects’ Ideas for Living” featuring Somerville, Massachusetts residence of Adèle Naudé Santos converted from a bronze foundry, pp 54-57 in PEN with New Attitude #172, Tokyo, April 2006

“It Takes a Village” pp 140-146, featuring Villa Montalvo, Saratoga, California, in Architectural Digest, June 2005

“Yerba Buena Gardens Children’s Center: A children’s paradise in the city center” p 139 in A Guide to Contemporary Architecture in America, Volume 1, Western USA, by Masayuki Fuchigami, published by TOTO Shuppan, Tokyo 2005

“Case Studies: La Brea Franklin Family Housing” pp 56-62 in Building Type Basics for Housing, edited by Stephen A. Kliment, published by John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken NJ, 2005

“Order, Rhythm, and Form” The Orchard for Artists at Villa Montalvo, by Lynne D. Reynolds, pp 21-23 in arcCA, Sacramento CA, 2003

“Foreign Affairs” featuring San Francisco architects Adèle Naudé Santos and Bruce Prescott practicing in Japan, Residential Architect, August 2003

“Ritch Zoe Studios,” a chapter in San Francisco Houses, a book edited by Paco Asensio and published by teNeues Publishing Co, New York and Loft Publications, Barcelona, 2003

“Adèle Naudé Santos, ANS&A, Architectural Itinerary in Two Hemispheres” by Ruggero Lenci, pp 172-199 in L’architettura cronache e storia, March 2003

“Two Modern” features a Cape Town house designed by Adele Santos, her first home, currently inhabited by artist Cynthia Villet, House and Leisure, South Africa, June 2002.

“Soma Rising” by Martin Holden, Santos participated in appraisal of San Francisco’s newest architecture, San Francisco Magazine, February 2001

Design proposal published in Light on Learning, ed. Jill Stoner, published by Pacific Gas and Electric Co., San Francisco 2001

“Spazio giovani: Children’s Center a San Francisco” by Pierluigi Serraino, featuring Yerba Buena Gardens Rooftop, Construire, Rome, November 2000

Ritch/Zoe live-work lofts featured in “Architects in American West Coast,” Architecture and Urbanism, May 2000

“Dairi Public Housing,” Shinkenchiku, Tokyo, April 2000

Interview with A. Santos in architecture, construction and engineering publication Kenatsu Tsushin Shimbun, September 1999

“San Francisco Every Which Way: A Higher Level of Child’s Play” by Ann Ludwig, featuring Yerba Buena Gardens Children’s Center, Bowling Alley, Zeum and Ice Rink, in The New York Times, April 1999

“Urban Redevelopment in San Francisco (California, USA)” by Noriko Takiguchi, in Nikkei Architecture, Tokyo, March 1999

“The Creators: 25 Bay Area Artists…,” article featuring the Institute of Contemporary Art and Adèle Naudé Santos profile, in San Francisco Magazine, February 1999

“An Orchard for Artists, Villa Montalvo, California” by Michael J. O’Connor, featuring drawings of collaborative design with Doug Hollis, Architecture, December 1998

“Sculptress of Space: Piet de Beer interviews Adéle Naudé Santos,” profile of Adèle Naudé Santos with three featured projects: the Perris Civic Center in Southern California, Live Work Lofts in San Francisco, and Family Apartments in Los Angeles, in South African Architect, September 1998

“Adèle Naudé Santos: Exerpts from a Conversation“ in Perspecta 28: Architects Process Inspiration, The Yale Architectural Journal, Editor Robert Joyce. 1997

Manuscript review of “Devil’s Workshop 25 Years of Jersey Devil Architecture” by Susan-Piedmont-Palladino and Mark Alden Branch for the Princeton Architectural Press, 1997

“Transformation and Invention” in The Open City, ed. Tony Atkin, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 1997

Drawings published in Yee, Rendow, Architectural Drawing, A Visual Compendium of Types and Methods. John Wiley and Sons, New York 1997

Folio page for “Doshi We Know,” a commemorative folio prepared by the Center for Environmental Planning and Technology, Ahmedabad, India 1997

Book Reviews by Adele Santos for “The Landscape and Architecture of Montagu, 1850-1915” by Derek and Vivienne Japha, and for “Mission Settlements in South Africa” by Derek and Vivienne Japha, Lucien LeGrange and Fabio Todeschini, pp 78-80 published in Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review, Journal of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments, Spring 1996.

“Adèle Santos: Contemporary Eclecticism” by Chitra Prabhu, article on Santos residence, studio and Institute of Contemporary Art, Indian Architect, August 1995

“A Feeling of Community, by Design” by Leon Whiteson, on La Brea Franklin Family Housing, Los Angeles Times, May 14, 1995

Profile of Adèle Naudé Santos published in Inform, the Journal of the Virginia Society of Architects, Volume 2, 1994

“Institute of Contemporary Art” in Pennsylvania Architect, Winter 1993

“Perris Civic Center Design Competition” by Marion Ashley, Competitions vol.2 no.1, Winter 1992

“Inner Circle,” article by Clifford Pearson on the Albright College Center for the Arts in Architectural Record, August 1992

William’s Row Infill Housing published in “Projects: Affordable Housing,” Progressive Architecture, August 1992

“Fragmented Dreams, Flexible Practices” Rokko Island Green Hill Town project discussed with Dana Cuff in Architecture, May 1992

“Graceful Landing,” article by Philip Arcidi on the Institute of Contemporary Art in Progressive Architecture, February 1992

“A Study in Collaboration,” article by Martin McNamara on the Albright College Center for the Arts in Albright, the Magazine of Albright College, Fall/Winter 1991

“Santos Scheme for Perris, California” by Morris Newman in Progressive Architecture, November 1991

“Arts Park LA,” The Architectural Review, April 1991

Design Statement by Adèle Naudé Santos published in “Architecture Now: A Compilation of Comments on the State of Contemporary Architecture,” Maarten Kloos, ed., Architectura & Natura, Amsterdam, 1991

Profile of Adèle Naudé Santos in100 Contemporary Architects: Drawings and Sketches, Bill Lacy ed., Harry Abrams, New York 1991

Ninomiya Seaside House published in GA Houses #30, December 1990

“Projects: Adèle Naudé Santos in Tokyo” by Philip Arcidi, Progressive Architecture, November 1990

“The Los Angeles Arts Park,” Progressive Architecture, September 1990

“Women in American Architecture,” Space Design Magazine, June 1990

Ichiban-Cho office building, Ken Chiku Gi Jutsu, June 1990

“American Export” by Thomas Vonier, featuring Ohgimi House, Ninomiya, Japan, Progressive Architecture, December 1989

“Blueprints for Modern Living: History and Legacy of the Case Study Houses” exhibit catalog showing the Franklin La Brea Affordable Housing winning project, October 1989

“Blueprint for a New Metropolis?” on Franklin La Brea Affordable Housing published in Metropolitan Home, October 1989

“Arts Park LA-Winners,” Landscape Architecture, September 1989

Ichiban-Cho office building published in Kenchiku Bunka, February 1989

Ichiban-Cho office building published in The Japan Architect, February 1989

Ichiban-Cho office building published in Nikkei Architecture, January 1989

Franklin La Brea Multifamily Housing published in Pennsylvania Architect, January 1989

“Creative Eye,” on Franklin La Brea Affordable Housing with the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, Metropolitan Home, November 1988

Franklin La Brea Multifamily Housing published in Progressive Architecture, October 1988

Ninomiya House published in Nikkei Architecture, September 1988

“Japan: Superpatron of Daring Design,” on the Ninomiya House, Metropolitan Home, December 1988

Tsukasa-Cho Office Building, Ichiban-Cho Office Building and Ninomiya House published in Nikkei Architecture, August 1988

Pacific Center for Media Arts, Hawaii Loa College, published in Progressive Architecture, March 1987

“Replacing a Buried City,” an article on Santos’ summer studio in Colombia published in The Philadelphia Inquirer, January 18, 1987

Pacific Center for Media Arts, Hawaii Loa College, published in Japan Architect, July 1986

Harlem Housing Infill published in Architectural Journal, London, June 1986

“The Master Plan of Adele Santos,” Pennsylvania Gazette, April 1984

“Her Brilliant Career,” Pen and Ink Annual Review, publication of the Graduate School of Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania, Spring 1984

“Maison Matsuda” published in Nikkei Architecture, January 1984

Loft Renovation, Boston, published in Nikkei Architecture, September 1983

“Students Envision the Greening of Bleak North Philadelphia,” an article on Santos’ collaborative studio project, Philadelphia Inquirer, December 17, 1987

Loft Renovation, Boston, published in Architectural Review, September 1981

“Use of Plant Material for Passive Cooling” with Anne Spirn, limited edition published February 1981

“Implications of Solar Energy Alternatives for Community Design,” summary of studio at Harvard with Carl Steinitz, limited edition 1980

Monograph of the housing work by Adele and Antonio de Souza Santos published by Toshi-Jukatu Magazine, Tokyo, August 1979

“Habitat as a Means of Architecture” by Peter Papedemetriou, an overview of housing designed by A&A de Souza Santos, published in Progressive Architecture, February 1978

Houses at Rowan Lane published in Domus, 1975

Houses at Rowan Lane published in Architecture Plus, 1973

House Naudé published in the Institute of South African Architects magazine, 1968

Studio work at Harvard in Urban Design published in Kenchiku Bunka, 1964