lead a process in which large stakes are wagered on the chances of hoped-for
outcomes, and are accordingly obligated to explain themselves clearly,
and in detail. These writings and documents explore CAA's method, its
history, and values. For an overview, please see At
Zero Remove. If time is short? The
Zero Remove:" a Conversation with Cameron Armstrong,
by Stephanie Buhmann.
the Tin Houses, by Lisa Gray (Houston Chronicle, Page
One; June 9, 2011).
For Living With Art,
Sarah Lake & Stephen Fox, a conversation about landscapes and gardens.
John Davidson (Moderator), Stephen Fox, Surpik Angelini, Tracy Hicks,
The Art Guys and Cameron Armstrong, a conversation about monuments and
with Cameron Armstrong, Chad Bowie and Alexandra Irvine,
CANVAS: a conversation about Site/Work/S and the 18th International
in writing now
is it?" (a Knife in the Heart),
in writing now
Practice, 2010: Big Change, a synopsis of current issues.
A Memoir, Cameron's catalog essay for the No Zoning
exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (May-October 2009).
Some pictures of the show are posted here.
Practice, 2008: Many Voices, a synopsis of current issues.
Architecture Traveler: A Guide to 250 Key 20-Century American Buildings,
by Sydney LeBlanc (W.W. Norton, 2000/2005).
in Real Time,
by Cameron Armstrong, 2008.
Short Statements About Building Design, by Cameron Armstrong,
a brief look at some important issues in building design, 2003-04.
Practice: 2003, by Cameron Armstrong, a detailed review
of CAA's open practice approach and its origins, 2003.
Cameron Armstrong, the story of the metal houses and their context,
from guide to 1994 Rice Design Alliance "Tin Houses"
by Cameron Armstrong, 2000.