Barnaby has been published widely in both popular and academic contexts. He sustains writing in relation to both scholarly practices through book chapters and essays and supporting the discussion of cities and design in popular discourses in mainstream media and discipline based publications such as Volume Journal.







  • Three years on: getting creative in post-quake ChristchurchThe Conversation – 20 February 2014. (Article)
  • Once in a lifetime: City-building after disaster in Christchurch edited by Bennett, B. Dann, J. Johnson, E. & Reynolds, R. Freerange Press, Christchurch, New Zealand. (Edited book)
  • A voting guide to the Christchurch rebuild for the rest of New Zealand – Medium – 15 September 2014. (Article)
  • Design and democracy – in Once in a Lifetime: City_building after Disaster in Christchurch, pp. 92-97, 2014 (Book chapter)
  • On Trial: Closure / Disclosure: Christchurch City After the QuakesAustralian Design Review – AR 139 – April 1 2015.
  • Unstable urbanism: learning from post-quake Christchurch Scroope: The Cambridge Architecture Journal, vol. 23, pp. 14—21. (Peer-reviewed essay)
  • A Pedagogical Gap – Bennett, B. & Reynolds, R. 2014, in H. Harriss & L. Widder (eds), Architecture Live Projects: Pedagogy into Practice, Routledge, London, pp. 109 – 116, 2015. (Peer-reviewed book chapter)