Armstrong Parkin Architects’ architectural projects and research have been published over many years.  The work has been published in international and national journals, exhibition catalogues, academic publications, conference papers and the like.

2015 Ringer, R. (ed.), 2015, Materiality: Brick and Block in Contemporary Australian Architecture, pp402-409.

2013 Kent St Metal Fabrication Trade Training Centre in Thinking About Learning Vol 1, CEFPI, 2013, pp58-61.

2012 Mirrabooka Hospitality Centre & Woodvale Hospitality Centre in SCOOP WA's Best Commercial Building & Design 2012, February 2012.

2011 VTEC Training WA Metal Fabrication Training Facility & Merredin Trade Training Centre in The Architect (WA), issue 3, December 2011.

2011 VTEC Training WA Metal Fabrication Training Facility Kalgoorlie, in Inspire: Australian National Architecture Awards 2011, p218.

2010 Swan TAFE Thornlie Heavy Plant Mechanics Seminar Building, in Inspire: Australian National Architecture Awards 2010, p71.

2004 Architectural Education Prize in Architecture Australia, November/December 2003, p82 (Stephen Parkin).

2004 Parkin, S., 2004, A Description of a Ventilated Double-skin Facade Classification. ICBEST 2004 - The International Conference on Building Envelopes Systems and Technologies, Sydney, 31 March - 02 April 2004.

2004 Parkin, S., 2003, Development of a Contemporary Classification for Ventilated Double-skin Facades.

2003 PLEA2003 - The 20th Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture, Santiago - CHILE, 9-12 November 2003, Escuela de Construccion Civil, Pontficia Universidad Catolica de Chile - PLEA International (Stephen Parkin).

2002 O’Connor, P, Scott, J. (eds.), 2002, Thermal Simulation Software in Formative PhD Research: Reflections on Formulating, Applying and Refining the Methodology, Fifth Annual Humanities Postgraduate Research Conference, Undisciplined Thoughts, Curtin University of Technology, November 2001 (Stephen Parkin).

2001 Neille, S., Parkin, S., 2001, Big Journey/Small Buildings, The Architect (WA), Perth, pp 32-33.