Tran, Loc, Dinh, Quoc Phuong , and Day, Kirsten. ‘Transformation of Post-war /Post-colonial Housing in Sai -Gon (Ho Chi Minh City): A Case Study of Nguyen Thien Thuat Apartment Blocks’. In Book of Abstracts, 130. Lisbon: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 2019.
Day, Norman, and Day, Kirsten. ‘Neptune’s Fishbowl: Australia’s First Post-Modern Building?’ In Proceedings of the 1st Annual Design Research Conference (ADR18), edited by Duncan W. Maxwell, 395–426. Sydney NSW, Australia: University of Sydney, 2018.
Day, Kirsten. ‘Live in a Small Place? An Interior Designer’s Tips to Create the Illusion of Space’. The Conversation, 26 July 2018. https://theconversation.com/live-in-a-small-place-an-interior-designers-tips-to-create-the-illusion-of-space-98941.
Day, Kirsten. ‘Creating Enduring Future Habitats: Learning Responses’’. In Global Dimensions in Housing – Approaches in Design and Theory from Europe to the Pacific Rim, edited by Graham Cairns and Kirsten Day. Housing Futures. Green Frigate, 2018.
Day, Kirsten. ‘Introduction: Strategies for Sustainable Future Habitation’. In Global Dimensions in Housing – Approaches in Design and Theory from Europe to the Pacific Rim, edited by Graham Cairns and Kirsten Day, 5–12. Housing Futures. Green Frigate, 2018.
Cairns, Graham, and Day, Kirsten, eds. Global Dimensions in Housing – Approaches in Design and Theory from Europe to the Pacific Rim. Housing Futures. Green Frigate, 2018.
Day, Kirsten, and Chatzichristou, Christakis, eds. Housing Solutions through Design. Housing the Future Series. Farington, Oxfordshire: Green Frigate Books, 2017.
Cairns, Graham, Artopoulos, Georgios, and Day, Kirsten, eds. From Conflict to Inclusion in Housing: Interaction of Communities, Residents and Activists. London: UCL Press, 2017.
Day, Kirsten. ‘Symbols of Power and Identity: Propaganda and the Banks of Hong Kong’. In Power and Identity: A Cross Disciplinary Conference. University of Tokyo, 2017.
Engeler, Bridgette, and Day, Kirsten ‘Housing Futures: The Anomaly of Innovation Is a Post-Growth and Post-Human World’. London South Bank University: Architecture MPS, 2017. http://architecturemps.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Bridgette-Engeler-and-Kirsten-Day_Housing-Futures-the-anomaly-of-innovation-is-a-post-growth-and-post-human-world.pdf.
Day, Kirsten, and Engeler, Bridgette. ‘The Novelty of Innovation and Analogical Investigation’. In Project to Practice: Innovating Architecture, 19–23. University of Technology Sydney: Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia, 2016.
Raisbeck, Peter, and Day, Kirsten. ‘Architectural Specialisation and the Death of Architectural Practice’. In Revisiting the Role of Architectural Science in Design and Practice: 50th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association, 7-9 December 2016, Adelaide, Australia: Proceedings, edited by International Conference, Lyrian Daniel, Veronica Soebarto, and School of Architecture and Built Environment, 805–14. Adelaide, Australia: Architectural Science Association & the University of Adelaide, 2016.
Day, Kirsten. ‘Fengshui: A Twenty-First Century Cultural Bandaid?’ In Unbounded: On the Interior and Interiority, edited by Daniel Huppatz, Dolly Daou, and Quoc Phuong Dinh, 28–38. London: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015.
Marcello, Flavia, Parnell, Matthew, Engeler Newbury, Bridgette, and Day, Kirsten. ‘Designing the Centre: Re-Making Local Government Community Facilities for a Low Carbon Future in Low Density Outer Metropolitan Suburbs.’ Adelaide, Australia: Zero Waste SA Research Centre for Sustainable Design and Behaviour, 2015. http://unmakingwaste2015.org/.
‘Constructing Shanghai: Tabula Rasa and the Language of “Essence” and “Form”’.
In Tabula Rasa: International Graduate Research Symposium. University of
Navarra, Pamplona, Spain: EAHN, 2015.
Day, Kirsten. ‘Aitkenhead Centre for Medical Discovery Advanced Biofabrication Facility’. Client briefing document. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology, November 2015.
Day, Kirsten. ‘Fengshui as a Narrative of Localisation: Case Studies of Contemporary Architecture in Hong Kong and Shanghai’. PhD thesis, Swinburne University of Technology, 2015. http://hdl.handle.net/1959.3/403223.
Day, Kirsten. ‘Fengshui. A Cultural Bandaid for the 21st Century’. Swinburne University, Melbourne, 2014.
Day, Kirsten. ‘The Shanghai Paradox’. Ravensbourne University, London: Architecture MPS, 2014. http://architecturemps.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/mc_conference_day_kirsten1.pdf.
Day, Kirsten. ‘Brief for the Proposed New Australian Pavilion’. In Venice Biennale: New Australian Pavilion: Di Stasio Ideas Competition, edited by Café Di Stasio and Heide Museum of Modern Art, 22–23. St Kilda, Vic: Di Stasio Ideas Competition, 2008.