[Magazine Article]

Day, Kirsten. ‘Reading and Rebuilding’. INCITE, August 2022.

[Journal Article]

Burridge, Frank, Aaron Cayer, Kirsten Day, Peggy Deamer, Andrea Dietz, Jessica Garcia Fritz, Palmyra Geraki, Daniel Jacobs, Valérie Lechêne, and Natalie Leonard. ‘Beyond Capitalism?: Organizing Architecture Education’. Journal of Architectural Education 76, no. 2 (3 July 2022): 34–42.

The Architects Lobby, Aaron Cayer, Albert Chao, Kirsten Day, Peggy Deamer, Andrea Dietz, Jessica Garcia Fritz, et al. ‘Not as Easy as ABC’. Log Journal 54, no. Co-authoring (Winter/Spring 2022): 45–57.

[Conference paper]

Day, Kirsten, and Andrew Martel. ‘An Architecture of Inclusion: Can the Profession Adapt to the Diversity of Design Demanded by People with a Disability?’ In Architectural Science and User Experience: How Can Design Enhance the Quality of Life, 127–34. Perth, Western Australia: Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), 2022.

Huppatz, Daniel, and Kirsten Day. ‘Australian Architectural Education in the Pluriverse’, 2022.


[Conference paper]

Day, Kirsten, and Andrew Martel. ‘Designing for Neurodiversity: Reimagining the Home for a COVID Normal Life’. In Proceedings of the 37th Annual ARCOM Conference, edited by L Scott and CJ Neilson, 67–76. Glasgow, United Kingdom: Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 2021.

Day, Kirsten, and Andrew Martel. ‘The Home as a Work-Life Hub: A Policy (and Design) Blackspot’. In Changes and Innovations for Improved Wellbeing in Construction, 256–65. Glasgow, United Kingdom: Glasgow Caledonian University, 2021.

Day, Kirsten, and Erin Campbell. ‘Four Melbourne Architects (1979): The Creation of Contemporary Perceptions for Australian Architecture’. In Design Education and Practice, edited by David Kroll and James Curry, 89–106. University of Adelaide: SAHANZ, 2021.

Kuys, Jo, and Kirsten Day. ‘Human Centred Design Approach for Revisioning Public Transportation System in Malaysia’. In Session III: City Planning and Urban Design. London: Studies of Planning and Architecture Consulting and Education, 2021.

[Journal Article]

Day, Kirsten, and Peter Raisbeck. ‘The Last Laugh and Its Afterlife: Emerging Narratives in 1970s Melbourne Architecture’. Fabrications 31, no. 3 (2 September 2021): 336–56.

Martel, Andrew; Day, Kirsten; Jackson,Mary Ann and Kaushik, Saumya . “Beyond the Pandemic: The Role of the Built Environment in Supporting People with Disabilities’ Work-Life.” Archnet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research, January 5, 2021.

*Emerald Awards 2022 Literati Outstanding Paper


[Conference paper]

Webster, Dillon, Kirsten Day, and Peter Raisbeck. ‘Day in The Age: A Critical Observation of Architecture’. Perth: SAHANZ, 2020.


[Conference paper]

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.


[Conference paper]

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.

[Edited book]

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.

[Book chapter]

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.

[Book chapter]

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.


[Edited book]

Day, Kirsten, and Chatzichristou, Christakis, eds. Housing Solutions through Design. Housing the Future Series. Farington, Oxfordshire: Green Frigate Books, 2017.

[Edited book]

Cairns, Graham, Artopoulos, Georgios, and Day, Kirsten, eds. From Conflict to Inclusion in Housing: Interaction of Communities, Residents and Activists. London: UCL Press, 2017.

[Conference paper]

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.

[Conference paper]

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.


[Conference paper]

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.

[Conference paper]

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.


[Book chapter]

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.

[Conference paper]

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.

[Conference paper]

Day, Kirsten. ‘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.

[PhD Thesis]

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.


[Conference paper]

Day, Kirsten. ‘Fengshui. A Cultural Bandaid for the 21st Century’. Swinburne University, Melbourne, 2014.

[Conference paper]

Day, Kirsten. ‘The Shanghai Paradox’. Ravensbourne University, London: Architecture MPS, 2014.


[Book section]

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.