Lisa Rochon has written hundreds of articles for The Globe & Mail, and has contributed numerous essays to books. She was the co-editor and contributing critic for Picturing Landscape Architecture, Bilder Kanadischer Landschafts-architektur (Calwey/Goethe-Institut, 2006), an exhibition catalogue on the work of Vancouver landscape architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander.  The exhibition travels in May, 2006 to the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal and various cities in Germany. Lisa was a Commissioning Editor for Alphabet City, MIT Press, contributing a photo-essay to "Trash" (2007) (see below), and created a short, speculative photo-essay for "Air" (2010).


Up North (2005)

Key Porter: Praised as “the definitive guide to Canada’s contemporary architecture”. 


The Globe & Mail

 Lisa Rochon wrote her Cityspace column from 2000 - 2013 for The Globe and Mail. 


Other Writing

Lisa Rochon's essay 'Movement.Light.Ecstasy' is featured in  Embodied Light The Bahá'í  Temple of South America.(Birkhäuser , 2016)