2017

December
Other Than Infrastructure: Leaving Room for the Fanstastical in the Resilient Project is published in The Plan Journal Volume 2, Issue 2: Resilient Edges. 

October
Michael presents Typo: On Typology and Error at the ACSA Fall Conference in Marfa.  
Michael visits Cornell University to speak on US Embassies with Caroline O'Donnell as part of the Critically Now Event Series.

September
Rooms receives an Honorable Mention in the Young Architects Competition: Observatory Houses. 
Michael's essay, Sign-In / Sign-Out, co-written with Caroline O'Donnell, is published in the OfficeUS Manual. 

July
Suzanne and Michael each have essays published in This Is Not A Wall, released by Actar Publishers. The book, edited by Caroline O'Donnell and Steven Chodoriwsky, is a collection of illustrated short stories recounting CODA’s Party Wall, a temporary pavilion for MoMA PS1 in 2013.

May
Suzanne receives a Graham Foundation Grant with Kunlé Adeyemi for the publication Water & the City.

April
Suzanne joins Kunlé Adeyemi to review his studio's work at Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Michael visits Syracuse University to review first year student work from the studios of David Shanks and Yutaka Sho.

March
Suzanne presents her paper Flowerpots: Objects of Misuse at the ACSA National Conference in Detroit.

2016

November
Suzanne presents at Michigan-Mellon Colloquia with Kristie Dotson and Austin McCoy.

October
Suzanne’s essay, Watermarks, is featured in the Cornell Journal of Architecture Volume 10: Spirits.

August
Suzanne and Michael join the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning; Suzanne as the 2016-2018 Michigan-Mellon Design Fellow and Michael as a Lecturer.
US Embassies in the Time of (Post) Communism, written by Michael and Caroline O'Donnell, presented at the European Association for Urban History Conference in Helsinki. Thank you to Iulia Statica.

April
Suzanne visits Syracuse University for first year reviews. Thanks to David Shanks, Kyle Miller, and Anne Munly for the invitation.
Michael joins David Newton to review his studio's work at McGill University. 

March
Michael organizes Typo Lecture Series at Cornell University as part of his seminar Typo with talks by Thomas Kelley, Andrew Kovacs, and Kyle Miller.
Suzanne presents her paper Retreat at the ACSA National Conference in Seattle.

January
Living on the Edge is shortlisted from among 2400 entries for the Architecture of Sea Level Rise Award for the Foundation Jacques Rougerie International Architecture Competition.

2015

December
Michael joins Ang Li for a review of her students’ work at the University at Buffalo.

October
Michael presents Living on the Edge at the ACSA Fall Conference at Syracuse University.

April
(post)line featured in Caroline O'Donnell's Niche Tactics.   
Michael visits Ithaca College to join David Salomon for a review of his studio's work. 

2014

November
(post)line exhibited in Circus for Construction as part of Storefront for Art and Architecture’s at Lawn on D in Boston. Thanks to Ann Lok Lui,  Ashley Mendelsohn, Larisa Ovalles, Craig Reschke, and Ben Widger for the invitation.

October
Michael and Suzanne organize Resilient Visions panel discussion with Kunlé Adeyemi of NLÉ, Gabriella Amabille of the New York Department of Housing and Urban Development, Tom King of the New York Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery, Jason Long of OMA NY, and Jeremy Siegal of BIG.

September
Michael and Caroline O’Donnell speak at the Anger-Love Workshop at OfficeUS, the American Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale.

August
Michael and Suzanne join Cornell University's Department of Architecture as Visiting Critics.

April
(post)line is published in PROJECT Issue #3 and exhibited at Cornell University.

July
Michael and Suzanne speak at MoMA PS1 on the making of Party Wall, CODA’s winning entry in the 2013 Young Architects Program competition.  

2013

December
(post)line exhibited at Deep Tanks Studio in New York City.  

August - September
Michael and Suzanne receive the Eidlitz Travel Fellowship and travel the East and Gulf Coasts documenting coastal houses.

JE-LE is formed.