In the Media

Author, Icebergs, Zombies, and the Ultra Thin – Princeton Architectural Press, May 2021

Book Review – Icebergs, Zombies, and the Ultra Thin: Architecture and Capitalism in the Twenty-First Century – Spacing, May 2021

UBC prof Matthew Soules exposes capitalism’s impact on built environment in Icebergs, Zombies, and the Ultra Thin – Georgia Straight, May 2021

How capitalism is reshaping cities (literally) – Fast Company, May 2021

Global wealth skewing the look and feel of Vancouver and Toronto – Vancouver Sun, May 2021

Canada’s condo amenity wars – Maclean’s, February 2021

New plaza at Vancouver Art Gallery will be complete this summer – urbanYVR, June 2017

A wrap-up of Vancouver’s “City Fabric” – Archinect, October 2015

Public-art installation to dress lower part of Burrard Bridge in orange – Georgia Straight, July 2015

Controversial ‘origami’ glass tower design struck down by Vancouver panel – Globe and Mail, January 2015

matthew soules suspends pyramidal plant architecture in vancouver – Design Boom, August 2014

Living art casts shade at Harmony Arts Festival – North Shore News, August 2014

Move Over, Green Walls: Living Canopy Comes to West Vancouver – ArchDaily, August 2014

City seeks public input on Vancouver Art Gallery plaza redesign – Georgia Straight, October 2013

World’s Coolest Public Urinal, and How It Was Invented – The Tyee, February 2011

Metropolitan Vancouver’s brave new architecture – Georgia Straight, June 2010