• Akerman

      • ‘We had some front…’, Building Design, 14 March 2014, p1
      • Hinge (Hong Kong), Jan 14, pp76-81
      • Building Better Healthcare Magazine, November 2013, p1
      • Time Out, 13 August 2013, p29
      • New London 2013/2014, July 2013, p27
      • ‘RIBA Awards 2013’, Architects’ Journal, 13 July 2013, p67
      • ‘First Person’, Brick Bulletin, Summer 2013, pp4-5
      • Jay Merrick, ‘A Statement of Intent’, Architects’ Journal, 7 March 2013, pp44-51
      • Stephen Bayley, ‘Natural light is a beacon for the human spirit’, The Daily Telegraph, 20 February 2013, p24
      • ‘Civic Pride’, World Health Design, January 2013, p54
      • Architecture Today, Issue 234 January 2013, pp36-45
      • Healthy Outlook, Building Design, 16 November 2012, p1
      • ‘Buschow Henley in Lambeth’, Brick Bulletin, Autumn 2009, p4
      • Hattie Hartman, ‘Sustainability in Practice’, Architects' Journal, 25.06.09, pp41-44
      • ‘Architect of the Year Awards – UK design continues to inspire’, Building Design, 17 October 2008, pp10 – 11
  • Junction Arts and Civic Centre

      • Hinge (Hong Kong), Jan 14, pp76–81
      • 1000x European Architects, Braun, December 2011, p120
      • ‘Public Building Architect of the Year’, Architect of the Year Awards Brochure, 15 November 11, p24
      • ‘Junction Arts & Civic Centre in Goole’, A+D, No 37 October 2011, pp50–55
      • Luca Maria Francesco Fabris, 'La Giusta Misura', Costruire, April 2011, pp47–49
      • Leisure Management, Issue 4, December 2010, pp32–33
      • Tony Chapman, Architecture 10, RIBA Building of the Year, Merrell, 2010, p123
      • 'Ein Zuhause Fur Eine Stadt', db - deutsche bauzetung, 20 December 2010, pp54–59
      • 'Junction Arts & Civic Centre', Eco Building, September 2010, pp22–23
      • Jay Merrick, 'Up the Junction', The Independent, 05.04.10, Independent Life pp14–159
      • Geoff Shearcroft, 'Supershed', Architects' Journal, 05.02.10, pp22–33
      • 'Junction', New Cultural Destinations, Arts Council England, September 2009, pp3–4
      • Emma Franklin, 'Name needed for new arts centre', Goole Times, 27 November 2008, p5
      • David Littlefield and Saskia Lewis, 'Morphology and Matter', Architectural Voices, 2007, pp72–81
      • 'Arts Centre Goes For Gold In Goole', Building Design, 02 February 2007, p4
  • St. Benedict’s School

      • Nick Mirchandani and Sharon Wright, 'Future Schools' 2015, p14
      • Veronica Simpson, ‘A Leap of Faith’, FX, April 2011, pp71–78
      • Lisa Freedman, 'Essential steps to an informed decision', The Daily Telegraph, 12 March 2011, pp4–5
      • David Bennett, Sustainable Concrete Architecture, RIBA Publishing 2010, pp210–217
      • 50 years of London Architecture 1960–2010, Wordsearch / Architecture Club 2010, p201, 267, 299
      • Tony Chapman, ‘The Cloisters, St. Benedict’s School’, Architecture 09 – RIBA Buildings of the Year, Merrell, December 2009, pp114–119
      • Kieran Long ‘The Stirling Prize shortlist represents an identity crisis for British architects’, The Architectural Review, October 2009, pp23–24
      • David Littlefield, ‘St. Benedict’s, West London’, Architectural Design: Architectures of the Near Future, Guest-edited by Nic Clear, Wiley, September 2009, pp114–119
      • ‘Kieran Long’s Alternative Stirling Prize Shortlist’, Architects’ Journal, 23 July 09, p11
      • Ken Allinson, London’s Contemporary Architecture 5th Edition, Architectural Press, June 2009, pp364–365
      • ‘Best Extension, Refurbishment or Remodel of a School’ BCSE Industry Awards Booklet, June 2009
      • Olivia McDowell, ‘Education Revolution’, Specifier (Australia), May 09, pp16–21
      • ‘New from old: transforming secondary schools through refurbishment’, CABE, Feb 09, p6
      • Stephen Bayley, ‘Go straight to the top of the class, Mr Henley’, The Observer, 15.02.09
      • ‘Warm welcome for the new development at the heart of school’s educational life’, The Universe, 25.01.09, ppVIII–XI
      • ‘Modern Ecclesiastical School Completes’, World Architecture News, 20.01.09, www.worldarchitecturenews.com
      • Ellis Woodman, ‘Concrete knowledge’, Building Design, 16.01.09, pp8–11
      • Patrick Lynch, ‘School’, Architecture Today, January 09, pp32–39
  • Talkback

      • 50 years of London Architecture 1960-2010, Wordsearch / Architecture Club 2010, June, p201
      • 'Design Legacies: Offices', FX Magazine, April 2010, p62
      • Ken Allinson, London's Contemporary Architecture: 5th Edition, Architectural Press, June 09, p147
      • Open House, Designed to Work, London', September 2007, pp30–31
      • 'Investigating for You - What Role Do Craftsmanship Skills and Manual Work in General Play In Your Projects And In Your Work at The Drawing Board?', ARK The Sto Journal for Architects, Issue 04 / 2006, p13
      • 'Kontext Materialu a Pameti', Forum, April 2001, pp20–25
      • AJ Focus, November 2002, p3
      • 'Urban Cloister', The Architectural Review, April 2002, pp44–47
      • Tony Chapman, 'Talkback Productions', Architecture 02 the RIBA Awards, 2002, pp152–153
      • 'Buschow Henley Talkback Productions', a+u, August 2002, pp76–81
      • 'Awards Retain Southern Slant', The Architects' Journal, 13 June 2002, p22
      • 'Building: Community Focus: Talkback Offices by Buschow Henley', Architecture Today, February 2002, pp36–46
      • Kenneth Powell, 'Talkback Headquarters Newman Street, W1', New London Architecture, Conran Octopus, 2001, pp220–221
  • Shepherdess Walk

      • David Littlefield & Saskia Lewis, ‘Morphology and Matter’, Architectural Voices, 2007, pp72–81
      • ‘Kontext Materialu a Pameti’, Forum, April 2001, pp20–25
      • Adam Jacques, ‘Adventures in Space’, The Independent – Property, 28 April 2004, pp2–3
      • ‘High Life’, The Architectural Review, January 2001, pp72–74
      • ‘Zen Roof Terrace’, Elle Decoration – Deco Details, August 2000, pp2–3
      • ‘Shepherdess Walk’, Quaderns, 2000, pp84–89
      • ‘The Loft Building’, A & T, 1999, pp82–93
      • ‘The Factory’, Nikkei Architecture, 13 December 1999, pp76–79
      • Corinna Dean, ‘Pastoral Bliss’, The Architects’ Journal, 24 June 1999, pp21–31
      • ‘Dach als Vorstadtidylle’, Bauwelt, 30 October 1998, pp2296–2297
  • Copper Lane

      • 'Co-Housing: taking co-living a step further', Estates Gazette, 2 July 2016, p27
      • Rosamund Diamond, 'Gestaltung der Dichte', werk bauen + wohnen, December 2015, pp79-83
      • Ben Derbyshire & Jessica Drew, 'The gold standard of housing: forget standardisation', The Journal of The London Society, Autumn/Winter 2015, pp22-27
      • New London Architecture, New Ideas for Housing, Autumn 2015, p32
      • Jason Orme, 'Better Together', Homebuilding & Renovating, May 2015, pp90-97
      • Jay Merrick, 'Building Study Copper Lane', The Architects' Journal, 27 March 2015, pp30-42
      • Mimari Tasarim, Yapi (Turkey), April 2015, pp142-146
      • Philippa Stockley, 'Communal pick 'n' mix is showing the way', The Evening Standard, 25 February 2015, pp28-29
      • Jay Merrick, ‘Excellent Ordinary’, The Architects’ Journal, 9 January 2015, pp51-52
      • Robert Bevan, ‘Designs for (affordable) living’, Evening Standard, 7 January 2015, pp34-35
      • Jonathan Bell, 'Shaping Space, Design Anthology, January 2015, pp174-183
      • Luke Tebbutt, ‘How we will live in 2015’, Grand Designs, January 15, p47
      • ArchDaily, 26 December 14
      • Archello, 19 December 14
      • Luke Tebutt, 'Henley Halebrown Rorrison uses timber and brick for London's first co-housing development', Dezeen, 21 September 2014
      • Matt Alagiah, 'Communal Life', Monocle Magazine, Issue 76, Volume 8, September 2014, p76
      • Rowan Moore, 'Meet you in the laundry room...', The Observer, 31 August 2014, p37
      • Pierre d'Avoine, 'Building together: co-housing', Architecture Today, 4 August 2014, pp24-33
      • Rob Sharp, The Independent Magazine, 26 April 2014, pp14–19
      • 'London co-housing designs revealed', Architects’ Journal, 7 February 2013, pp20–21
  • Chadwick Hall

      • 'Halls for Roehampton University', Brick Bulletin, Summer 2014, p4
      • ‘First Look’, Building Design, 24 January 2014, p4
  • The Waldron

      • Robin Guenther & Gail Vittori, Sustainable Healthcare Architecture, Wiley, 2013, pp422–425
      • Victoria Thorton, Open House London, Ebury Press, September 2012
      • ‘Academy Awards 2011’, World Health Design, October 2011, pp48–49
      • Landscape Design (China), 20 September 2011, pp46–51
      • ‘Five Steps’, World Health Design, July 11, p47
      • Kathleen Armstrong, ‘Market Report: Europe’, World Health Design, July 11,p43
      • Time Out, March 2011, p10
      • 'Henley Halebrown Rorrison's Health Centre Revitalises a Gloomy Part of South London', On Office, Issue 50, March 2011, pp66–67
      • Kieran Long, 'A Healthy Start for Better Buildings', The Evening Standard, 5 January 2011, pp32–33
      • 'Labour's Legacy', The Architects' Journal, 9 December 2010, pp22–27
      • 'The Waldron Health Centre', Plan Magazine, November/December 2010, pp44–45
      • David Dernie, 'Case Studies: Sections and elevations', Architectural
      • Drawings, Laurence King Publishing, 2010, pp108–109
      • 'The Waldron Health Centre', Health Building Note 11-01: Facilities for primary and community care services, Suppplement A - Case Studies,
      • Department of Health, CABE, pp24–29
      • Ken Allinson, London's Contemporary Architecture: 5th Edition, Architectural Press, June 09, pp350–351
      • 'What is Building Better Health?' RIBA Journal, February 09, p11
      • 'Best Primary Care Design', Building Better Healthcare Awards - The Winners, November 2008, p19
      • Jaffer Kolb, 'Building Better Health - Improving Conditions', The Architects' Journal, 24.01.08, pp24–37
      • ‘An Uplifting Approach to Local Care’, Capital Health: London’s New Care Estate, November 2005, pp50–51
      • Ellis Woodman, 'Long-term Cure', Building Design, 10 September 2004, pp18–21
      • Lia Hattersley, 'Hitching a Lift', Building Design, 26 September 2003, p10
  • 336 Brixton Road

      • New London 2011 /2012, July 2011, p64
      • 'Lucky Lambeth', Building, 13 May 2011, p127
      • 'HHbR wins planning', The Architects Journal, 31 March 2011, p7
      • 'Buschow Henley for Lambeth Hub’, Building Design, 23 Januray 2009, p2
  • Kings Crescent

      • The Architect's Journal, Exemplary Housing Estate Regeneration in Europe, Jun 15, pp14-18
      • 'First Look', Building Design, 27 September 2013, p4
  • St. John's Therapy Centre

      • Graham Bizley, Architecture in Detail II, Architectural Press 2010, pp132–134
      • 50 years of London Architecture 1960-2010, Wordsearch / Architecture Club 2010, June, p267
      • 'Case Note 2', Case Notes: Client Leadership (Exemplary Healthcare Buildings), Architecture & Design Scotland, June 2009, pp26–35
      • Ken Allinson, London's Contemporary Architecture: 5th Edition, Architectural Press, June 09, pp360–361
      • Architecture Technology & Design (China), November 2008, pp56–61
      • Atlas of 21st Century Architecture, Phaidon, September 2008, p301
      • Ellis Woodman, 'Review of the Year', The Daily Telegraph, 15 February 2009, p23
      • Andrew Sansom, 'Meeting of Minds', Hospital Development Magazine, February 2007, pp16–19
      • Ellis Woodman, 'Body Building', Building Design, 16 February 2009, pp12–17
  • Two Houses

      • Oliver Bennett, ‘A Perfect Match’, Grand Designs, April 2008, pp114–121
      • Brick Development Association, ‘Brick Awards 2007, Sustainability Award’, Building 09.11.07, p81
      • Pierre d’Avoine, ‘Mixed Doubles - Two Houses by Buschow Henley’, Architecture Today, AT170, July 2006, pp30–37
  • Caldicott School

      • ‘First Person’, Brick Bulletin, Summer 2013, pp4–5
      • ‘A Review of Architects and Their Buildings’, Architecture & Building – UK, SHE02 / 2007, p65
      • 'Investigating For You – What Role Do Craftmanship Skills and Manual Work in General Play In Your Projects and In Your Work at The Drawing Board’, ARK – The StoJournal for Architects, Issue 4 / 2006, p13
      • ‘Competitions’, Building Design, 1 February 2002, p15
      • Eleanor Young, ‘Watch This Space’, RIBA Journal, April 2005, pp40–44
      • Jay Merrick, ‘Leave Your Bombs Behind’, The Independent Review, 30 March 2005, pp12–13
      • ‘Caldicott School Performing Arts Building’, School Building, December 2004/January 2005, pp38–40
      • Fay Sweet, ‘Feat of Learning’, Homes & Property, 15 September 2004, p13
      • David Littlefield, ‘Core Subject’, Building Design, 27 September 2002, p10
  • Castle Lane

      • 'First Look’, Building Design, 20 September 2013, p4
      • New London Quarterly, Spring 2013, p129
  • Grover Close

      • Crispin Kelly, ‘Is This What Tenants Want?’, Architects Journal, 02.07.09, pp22–33
  • Union Wharf

      • ‘Union Wharf scheme wins planning’, The Architects' Journal, 22.03.12, pp12–13
  • Bagby Airfield

      • Chris Foges, 'Rammed earth revival', Architecture Today EcoTech Supplement, 18 November 2008, pp32–33
      • 'Bagby Airfield takes off as design goes to ground', Building Design, 17 October 2008, p4
      • 'Bagby Airfield takes off with Airfield Hotel', Architects' Journal, 30 August 2008, pp14–15
  • Hackney New School

      • Competitionline, online, 7 December 2016
      • BauNetz, online, 6 December 2016
      • Domus, online 2 November 2016
      • AJ Specification, November 2016
      • 'Hackney New School makes architectural grade', Hackney Citizen, 8 June 2016
      • 'School design that responds to its urban setting', Education Design & Build, May-Jun 2016, pp30-331
      • 'There's a lot to learn from this school', The Observer, 1 May 2016, p31
      • 'Bridge building', Architecture Today, April 2016, pp22-31
      • ‘The practical considerations for adaptive reuse’, Education Design & Build (edb), Jan-Feb 2014, pp22–23
      • 'Harmony in Hackney', Building Design, 6 September 2013, p5
  • St. Monica's Hoxton

      • Robert Maxwell, 'After-life of a modest building: School conversion at Hoxton Square, London, by Buschow Henley', True Principles. The Journal of the Pugin Society, Vol.3 No.2, 2005, pp64–66
      • Rosamund Diamond,' Hidden Treasure: Buschow Henley in Hoxton', Architecture Today, February 2005, pp20–27
      • 'E W Pugins Historic Hoxton Square Update', Church Building, November/December 2004, pp66–67
      • Jay Merrick, 'Too Cool for School', The Independent, 27 October 2004, pp12–13
  • Baldry Gardens

      • 1000x European Architects, Braun, December 2011, p145
      • ‘Clinician’s Choice Award’, Building Better Healthcare Awards – The Winners, 10.11.11, p23
        • ‘Best Community Care Design Award’, Building Better Healthcare Awards – The Winners, 10.11.11, p11
        • 'Surgical Precision', Brick Bulletin, Spring 2011, p11
        • 'Daylight & Dignity', The Architects' Journal, 9 December 2010, pp28-35
      • 'Open House 2010: The AJ recommends', The Architects' Journal, 16 September 2010, pp42
  • The Yard, University of Roehampton

      • Brick 14, Callwey, May 2014, pp242–245
      • ‘Courtyard Design in London’, Detail - Materials & Finshes, English Edition, Jan-Feb 2014, pp21–23
      • Hinge (Hong Kong), Jan 14, pp76–81
      • ‘Courtyard Design in London’, Detail - Materials & Finshes, November 2013, pp31–33
      • First Person’, Brick Bulletin, Summer 2013, pp4–5
      • New London 2013/2014, July 2013, p84
      • Hugh Strange, ‘Technical Flooring’, Building Design,10 May 2013, pp18–199\
      • World Architecture (China), January 2013, pp78–81
      • ‘Brick Awards’, Brick Bulletin, Winter 2012, pp8–9
      • ‘Planning: Competitive Edge’, Architecture Today, October 2012, pp48–49
      • Topos: The World of Landscape Architecture, October 2012, p10
  • Buckland Court

      • AJ Specification, July 2013, pp50–59
      • David Littlefield & Saskia Lewis, ‘Morphology and Matter’, Architectural Voices, 2007, pp72–81
  • Youth Zone, Preston Bus Station

      'Drawing Board', The Architects' Journal, 19 June 2015, p88
  • Lootch

      • Edmund Harris, 'Moscow', Architecture Today, July/August 2008, p27
      • 'Britain in Russia’, UK Trade & Investment, March 2008, p20
  • Letchworth Town Hall

      • David Taylor, 'New Democracy Designs Unveiled', The Architects Journal, 19-26 December 2002, pp6–7
      • David Taylor, 'Nine Win Through in Designs on Democracy Competition', The Architects' Journal, 7 November 2002, p5
      • Ben Rogers, Reinventing the Town Hall - a handbook, 2004, pp31–33, 40, 41, 43, 46, 58
  • ‘Park + Jog’

      • ‘The Cycling City’, Sustain, November/December 2013, pp32–33
      • Zoe Ryan, The Good Life – New Public Spaces for Recreation, Van Alan Institute, New York, 2006, p91
  • University of Roehampton

      • ‘Planning: Competitive Edge’, Architecture Today, October 2012, pp48–49
      • 'We're arguing for a more timeless way of building to create gravitas', BD Reviews, December 2010, pp10–11
  • Atlantic College

      • Global Reach. The Atlantic College Competition, Touchstone, April 2005, p12
  • House in a Walled Garden

      • ‘First Person’, Brick Bulletin, Summer 2013, pp4–5
  • Lee High Road

      • 'Green light in Lewisham', The Architects' Journal, 16 September 2010, p8
      • 'The relationship with the space outside becomes paramount', BD Reviews - Housing, May 2010, pp8-9
  • New Cross Gate

      • RIBA Building Futures, ‘The Good Life’, Building Happiness Architecture to Make You Smile, 2008, pp30-39
  • Brent X Cricklewood

      •  'The relationship with the space outside becomes paramount', BD Reviews – Housing, May 2010, pp8–9
  • Centre for Reproductive Medicine

      • Susan Yelavich, Contemporary World Interiors, Phaidon, 2007, p482, 487
      • Amanda Birch, 'Parting Shots', Building Design, 28 June 2002, pp16–18
        • David Littlefield, 'Fertile Imagination', RIBA Interiors, June 2002, pp22–24
      • Daniela Mecozzi, 'Pregnant With Potential', Frame, November/December 2002, p36
  • 21st Century Prison

      • ‘Prisons Today’, Diplo Magazine, May 2005, pp21–22
      • Will Hurst, ‘Champions by Design’, Building Design, 18 March 2005, p29
      • 'A Model Prison’, Building Material Issue 12 – Morality and Architecture, Autumn 2004, pp32–35
      • ‘Model Prisons Revisited’, The Architectural Review, March 2004, pp32, 34
      • Catherine Slessor, ‘Penal Progress’, The Architectural Review, October 2003, pp78–81
      • ‘Prison Designs Aim to Cut Re-offending’, Building Design, 19 July 2002, p4
      • Erwin James, ‘All Mod Cons’, The Guardian, 18 July 2002, p4
      • Zoë Blackler, ‘Buschow Henley Homes in on Radical Rethink for Prisons’, The Architects’ Journal, 18 July 2002, p12
      • Benedict Brogan, ‘Public School Blueprint for En-suite Jails’, The Daily Telegraph, 17 July 2002
      • Geraldine Bedell, ‘Bedrooms to Replace Cells in Big Brother-style Jails’, Observer, 14 July 2002
      • Robert Booth, ‘More “Big Brother” than “Porridge”. Welcome to the 21st-Century Prison’, Independent on Sunday, 14 July 2002, p3
      • ‘Learning Works: The 21st Century Prison’, Learning Works: The 21st Century Prison, 2002
  • St. Mary’s Island

      • ‘Housing Plan in St. Mary’s Island’, a+t, 2002, pp54–61
      • Jeremy Melvin, ‘Home Grown’, The Architects’ Journal, 7 November 2002, p48
        • Kester Rattenbury, ‘House of Fun’, Building Design, 25 October 2002, pp14–15
      • David Taylor, ‘South East Agency has new Designs on Quality with CABE’, The Architects’ Journal, 21 March 2002, p10
      • ‘From Table to Basin: St Mary’s Island’, arq, 2001, pp 229–247
  • Michaelides Apartment

      • Sarah Gaventa, 'Casting Vote', Building Design, 29 September 2000, pp14-17 'Kontext Materialu a Pameti', Forum, April 2001, pp20-25 Susan Yelavich, Contemporary World Interiors, Phaidon, 2007, pp112-113 David Bennett, 'Loft Inspired Ideas', Concrete Elegance Four, February 2009, pp51-54
  • Michaelides & Bednash

      • Marcus Field, 'Interiors & Fit-Outs - Adjusting Space for Changing Times', The Architects' Journal, 29 February 1996, pp39–41
      • Robert Bevan, 'Going Public', The Guardian: Space, 17 October 1997, pp8–10
      • Francis Duffy, 'Michaelides & Bednash', The New Office, 1997, pp142–147
  • Barge Murphy Apartment

      • 'High Life', The Architectural Review, January 2001, pp72-74 'Ein Loft Voller Licht', Architektur & Wohnen, October/November 2001, pp104-110 'Cool Brittania', Vogue Apartment Living, 2001, pp98-105 'Kontext Materialu a Pameti', Forum, April 2001, pp20-25 'Renovating for Living', LOFT Publications, October 2008, pp116-125
  • Lootch Gallery

      • Edmund Harris, 'Moscow', Architecture Today, July/August 2008, p27
      • 'Britain in Russia’, UK Trade & Investment, March 2008, p20
  • HHCL

      • 'Selling Space', Design Week, 10 April 1998, pp17-21
  • Article by Ken Rorrison

      • Ken Rorrison, ‘Exploring Eye’, Architectural Review, January 2010, pp84–89
  • Writings by Simon Henley

      • Simon Henley, ‘Communal Character’, Architecture Today, Nov/Dec 15, pp36-44
      • Simon Henley, ‘A change is going to come’, Parking News, July 2015, pp24-27
      • Simon Henley & Mark Robinson, ‘Cost Model Car Parks’, Building, 19 June 2015, pp40-43
      • Simon Henley, ‘View from Columbus, Indiana’, AR, 25 January 2014, p20
      • Simon Henley, ‘The RIBA looks for popularity at a time of austerity’, Plan Magazine, September/October 2010, p27
      • Simon Henley, ‘Health & Efficiency: Foster & Partners’ first hospital project’, Architecture Today, March 2010, pp22–31
      • Simon Henley, The Architecture of Parking, Thames & Hudson, 2007
      • Simon Henley, ‘Morphology & Matter’, Architectural Voices, Wiley, 2007, pp72–81
      • Simon Henley & Ros Diamond, ‘The Good Life’ RIBA Building Futures, Building Happiness- Architecture to Make You Smile, September 2008, pp30–39
      • Simon Henley, ‘A Model Prison’, Building Material, Issue 12, Morality and Architecture, Architectural Association of Ireland, Autumn 2004, pp32–35
      • Simon Henley, ‘Radar’, Building Design, 23 April 2004, p2
      • Simon Henley, ‘Learning Works: The 21st Century Prison’, The Do Tank, 2002
      • Simon Henley, ‘My Kind of Town’, Architecture Today, July 2002, p88
  • Articles and publications referring to the practice

      • Brick Bulletin, Winter 14, pp21-25
      • ‘The Shredder’, OnOffice, October 14, p183
      • ‘View from…’, AR, 25 January 2014, p20
      • ‘First Person’, Brick Bulletin, Summer 2013, pp4-5
      • ‘Lifeclass’, Building Design, 25 January 2013, p24
      • AYA Public Building award opens for entries’, Building Design, 15.06.12, p2
      • ‘Henley Halebrown Rorrison Architects Awarded ‘Public Building Architect of the Year’, Building Projects, January 2012, p5
      • Ellis Woodman, ‘Architect of the Year Awards – The dazzling dozen’, Building Design, 18.11.11, p20–21
      • Charles Jencks & Edwin Heathcote, ‘The Architecture of Hope’, Frances Lincoln Limited 2010, p84
      • ‘Henley Halebrown Rorrison’, Laconic, Berlin, May 2010
      • Ruth Slavid, ‘Healthcare – Buschow Henley’, Specification Magazine, Jan/Feb 09, pp18–21
      • ‘Solutions: Andrew Melville Hall’ Building Design, 09.01.09, pp14-15
      • ‘Works/Culture Review 08’, Building Design, 19.12.08, pp12–13
      • ‘Architect of the Year Awards – UK design continues to inspire’, Building Design, 17.10.2008, pp10–11
      • Martin Spring, ‘Park and read’, Building, 30.05.08, pp36–37
      • Jack Dunne & Peter Richmond, ‘The World in One School – The History and Influence of the Liverpool School of Architecture 1894-2008′, Liverpool University Press, 2008, pp84–87
      • JG Ballard, ‘Christmas books past, present and future’, The Guardian 24 November 2007, p4
      • ‘Investigating for You – What Role Do Craftsmanship Skills and Manual Work in General Play In Your Projects And In Your Work at The Drawing Board?’, ARK – The Sto Journal for Architects, Issue 04 / 2006, p13
      • Tom Dyckhoff, ‘The shape of things to come’, The Times T2, 19.07.09, pp14–15
      • ‘The 2005 BD Impact 100′, Building Design, 13 May 2005, p25
      • ‘Light Entertainment’, Building Design, 24 March 2005, p25
      • ‘Radar. Simon Henley’, Building Design, 23 April 2004, p23
      • ‘Young Architect of the Year Award Shortlisted: Simon Henley’, Building Design, 1 March 2002, p16
      • The Architecture Foundation, New Architects 2, New Architects A Guide to Britain’s Best Young Architectural Practices, Merrell, 2001, pp36–37
      • Ellie Duffy, ‘On A Winning Streak’, Building Design, 28 September 2001, pp22–23
      • ‘Young Architectural Practice of the Year’, Building: Building Awards 2000, April 2000, p23
      • Robert Bevan, ‘Something Deep Inside’, Building Design, 19 February 1999, pp12–17
      • The Architecture Foundation, New Architects, A Guide to Britain’s Best Young Architectural Practices, Merrell, 1998, pp36–37
      • ‘New Practices’, Architectural Association News, January 1996, p6