Hamish Lonergan

Journal Articles & Book Chapters
‘The Royal National Theatre from Architectural Review to TikTok’ OASE 108 (2021): 63-72.
‘Meme, Memory or Critic: Revaluing Brutalism on Social Media,’ in Valuing Architecture: Heritage and the Economics of Culture, edited by Ashley Paine, John Macarthur and Susan Holden (Amsterdam, Netherlands: Valiz, 2020), 212-226.
‘Pools, Carparks and Ball-Pits: Or why the Notre Dame restoration competition is a meme,’ Footprint 26 (Spring / Summer 2020), 125-136.

“Three Cities and a Village with Jan Morris,” Trans Magazin 39 (2021), 9-14.
"Hello Iwona," Drawing Matter (2021), https://drawingmatter.org/hello-iwona/.
"Queer Stories, Off-Grid," Cartha 5, no. 2 (2020), https://www.carthamagazine.com/issue/5-2/.
“Mies’ Models," Brisbane: Boxcopy ARI, Exhibition essay (2019), .
"Fuck Yeah Hume: Architectural taste on social media," Inflections 5 (2018), 60-65.
"Review: 2018 UQ Architecture lecture with Michael Banney," Design Online (2018), http://designonline.org.au/review-2018-uq-architecture-lecture-with-michael-banney/.
"Your Obsession Might Be a Fish," Sugarcane 1 (2016), 36-37.

“Viral Architecture: Understanding collective tacit knowledge in an online subculture,” Sensing Style, Leiden University, The Hague, The Netherlands, Dec. 11, 2020 [online].
“‘Crackpot’ and ‘Dangerous’: On the authenticity of Miesian reproductions,” SAHANZ Conference, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia, Nov.18-25, 2020 [online].
“Mies' Models: Authenticity and authority in architectural reproductions,” AAANZ Conference, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, Dec. 3-6, 2019.
“Meme, Memory or Critic: Explaining the popularity of Brutalism and Postmodernism on social media,” The Values of Architecture and the Economy of Culture, UQ, Brisbane, Australia, Jun. 12-14, 2019.