Jonathan Orlek and Kerri Jefferis, ‘Artist-Led Housing’, Live from CIQ Square Sheffield (New York and London: Montez Press Radio, 2 July 2022),

Klasto Cathryn and Jonathan Orlek, ‘Open Letter as Reparative Interior: Expanding, Making, Participating’, Idea Journal 18, no. 1 (2021): 223–36,

Huw Jones, Neil McKenna, Rochyne Delaney McNulty, Phoebe Nickols, Jonathan Orlek, and Bob Wolfe. ‘Planning and Designing Decent Homes and Liveable Places for All in West Yorkshire’. In AMPlify West Yorkshire: An Alternative Manifesto Process, edited by Andrew Wilson, 9–12. Huddersfield: Same Skies, 2021.

Katherine Quinn, Jonathan Orlek, and Ben Cornish. ‘Writing Alone Together: Making Sense of Lockdown Through Hundreds’. The Sociological Review, 24 November 2020.

Jonathan Orlek, ‘Commoning Artist-Led Housing’, Sluice Magazine, Spring/Summer 2020.

Jonathan Orlek, ed., Multivoices: A Script by Researchers, (London: Spirit Duplicator, 2018).

Jonathan Orlek, Alessandra Bruno, Eduarda Aun de Azevedo Nascimento, Predag Milic, Max Théréné, Francisco Thielemans, Alice Tilman, and Hélène Van Ngoc. ‘Médecins Du Monde Collective Health’. In Designing Urban Inclusion, edited by Mathieu Berger, Benoit Moritz, Louise Carlier, and Marco Ranzato. Université Catholique de Louvain/ Université Libre de Bruxelles, 2018.

Jonathan Orlek, ‘Between Utility and Uselessness’, in Space, Place, Action (Huddersfield, Temporary Contemporary, 2018). Exhibition pamphlet.

Jonathan Orlek ‘Sharing the Domestic through “Residential Performance”’, in Graham Cairns, Giorgos Artopoulos, and Kirsten Day, eds., From Conflict to Inclusion in Housing: Interaction of Communities, Residents and Activists, (London: UCL Press, 2017).

Jonathan Orlek, An Archaeology of a Contemporary Construction, in Honor Gavin and Adam Kaasa, eds., Uncommon Building, (London: Spirit Duplicator, 2017).

Jonathan Orlek, ‘Degree Show Review: Sheffield School of Architecture’, Architects’ Journal, 19 July 2017.

Jonathan Orlek, Cristina Cerulli, and Mark Parsons, ‘Prototyping Shared Living: Collective Residential Experiments’, BDC. Bollettino Del Centro Calza Bini 16, no. 2 (7 January 2017): 251–64.

Jonathan Orlek, Mark Parsons and Cristina Cerulli, Experimental Residential: How Can Short-Term Shared Living be Introduced in UK City Centres?, (Sheffield: Antenna Press, 2015).

Jonathan Orlek, Mark Parsons and Cristina CerulliCollective Residential Experiments: Prototyping Shared Living through the Reuse of Vacant Buildings’, Proceedings to Living Together Conference, Dipartimento di Architettura dell’Università Federico II, Naples. 1st–2nd October 2015.

Jonathan Orlek, ‘A Response to Reflexive Practice’, in Matthew Cheeseman, ed., NO PICNIC: Explorations in art and research, (Sheffield: NATCECT; London: AND Publishing, 2014).