A catalog was published to accompany the 99K House Competition exhibition and includes illustrations of the 66 designs as well as contact information for all the architects and designers whose work is included in the book. An essay by juror Bryan Bell, founder and executive director of Design Corps, gives an overview of the competition and discusses the wider context of affordable housing.


RDA and AIA Houston sell the catalog for $9.99. It can also be found at Brazos Bookstore, and bookstores at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; the Contemporary Arts Museum; and the Menil Collection.


Ephemeral City provides an examination of the late modern city through 25 critical essays, all of them originally published in Cite between 1982-2002. The book is published by The University of Texas Press (November 2003, 368 pages; 224 black-and-white photographs, maps, and drawings; $35), and commemorates the 20th anniversary of Cite.

For more information, visit the books archive.

All of our books as well as Cite Magazine can be found at many of the following locations:

Brazos Bookstore
2421 Bissonnet Street
(713) 523-0701

Issues Magazine Store
3425 Shephard, Suite 110
(713) 521-9900

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Bookstore
1001 Bissonnet
(713) 639-7360

Contemporary Arts Museum Shop
216 Montrose Boulevard
(713) 284-8272

Menil Bookstore
1515 Sul Ross Street
(713) 535-3180

River Oaks Books Store
3270 Westheimer
(713) 520-0061

Texas Art Supply
2001 Montrose Boulevard
(713) 526-5227

Barnes & Noble, Rice University

Rice Design Alliance
6100 Main Street
Anderson Hall – Room 149
(713) 348-4876