EXHIBITIONS, LECTURES & PUBLICATIONS


2017

Interview, “Going local: talking with Brian Cavanaugh of Architecture Building Culture”,  Portland Architecture Blog, July 13, 2017.

Panel discussion (participant, Mark Ritchie), “God Has Left the Details”, Turncoats Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, May 5, 2017.

Exhibition, “7 Houses”, The Center for Architecture,  Portland, OR, April 23 - June 30, 2017.

2016

Lecture, by Brian Cavanaugh & Mark Ritchie, POPULARIZE, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, March 4, 2016.

Interview, “Architect Interview: Mark Ritchie”,  ArchitectureNow , February 10, 2016.

2015

Lecture, by Brian Cavanaugh,“Selected Works of Architecture Building Culture”, University of Oregon School of Architecture, Eugene & Portland, Oregon, Nov 9 & 11, 2015.

Panel discussion (participant, Brian Cavanaugh), “GRAY Conversations: inspired by travel” (Portland, OR), sponsored by GRAY Magazine, June 9, 2015.

Publication, Vomo Resort Spa, “View Masters”, GRAY Magazine, June/July 2015, pp. 68-70.

2014

Publication, Stubbs Residence, “BEYOND PORTLAND: Bold Local Architecture Rising Outside the Rose City”, Portland Monthly, Dec 2014, p. 48.

2013

Interview with Brian Cavanaugh, “Building Culture Through Design”, ABOUT FACE Magazine (Portland, OR), Winter,  2013/2014.

Exhibition, “Model Behaviour”, Architectural Institute of British Columbia,  Vancouver, BC, July 11 - August 31,  2013.

Interview with Brian Cavanaugh, “The Architect’s Questionnaire”,  Portland Architecture Blog, June 5, 2013.

2012

Publication, Lubavitch Centre of BC , “Built on Community”, GRAY Magazine (Seattle, WA), April/May 2012, p. 79.

Publication, Vomo Island Villa, “HOTEL DECOR”, Designerbooks (China), 2012, pp. 320-323.

Publication, Lubavitch Centre of BC, “Trophy Case: This Month’s Best Finds”, Portland Monthly, Jan 2012, p. 40.

2011

Exhibition, “THE 1%: design for the public good”, ADX, Portland, Oregon, October 20 - 23, 2011.

Publication, Stubbs Residence, “Playing for Keeps”, The Seattle Times, Pacific Northwest, July 24, 2011.

Lecture, by Brian Cavanaugh,“Pecha Kucha Seattle v.28: THE YOUNG and THE RESTLESS”, Emerging Architects and Their Projects, Feb. 22, 2011.

Lecture, by Brian Cavanaugh,“Towards a Critical Practice”, University of Oregon School of Architecture, Portland, Oregon, Jan 26, 2011.

2009

Interview with Brian Cavanaugh, Epilogue, http://epiloguemagazine.com/featurebrianc.html, October.

Writing, by Brian Cavanaugh, “Superimposed Horizons: existence at the intersection of the real and the virtual”, Conditions, No. 2, October 2009, pp. 66-71.

2007

Writing, by Brian Cavanaugh, “The Talented Mr. Goldberg”, Cross Section: NZIA News, July 2007, pp.8-9.

Writing, by Brian Cavanaugh, “Neues Bauen International 1927 | 2002”, Architecture NZ, March/April 2007, p. 98.

Writing, by Brian Cavanaugh, “The New Middle Landscape,” Societies & Cities in the Age of Instant Access (Springer), Geo Journal Library, Vol. 88, Harvey Miller (Ed.), pp. 31-37.

2005

Lecture, by Brian Cavanaugh, “The New Middle Landscape”, Societies & Cities in the Age of Instant Access Research Symposium, University of Utah.

Writing, by Brian Cavanaugh, “Movement in Architecture: A conversation with Michael Maltzan”, LA Architect, September/October 2005, pp. 40-47.

2004

Lecture, by Brian Cavanaugh, “PLACE: theory & practice”, Victory University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.

2003

Lecture, by Brian Cavanaugh, “The Middle of Where?”, New Cities:New Media Conference, sponsored by the University of Southern California.

2000

Writing, by Brian Cavanaugh, “Superimposed Horizons: existence at the intersection of the real and the virtual”, abstract published for the Seventh IASTE Conference: ‘The End of Tradition?’ in Trani, Italy, Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review (the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments, University of California Berkeley: Berkeley), p.13.

Writing, by Brian Cavanaugh, “Learning to Fly”, Paratactics 3: the harvard farmer (Harvard University Graduate School of Design Advanced Studies Program: Cambridge), pp. 113-137.