Matthew Soules is an associate professor of architecture at the University of British Columbia. He has been visiting faculty at the Southern California Institute of Architecture and the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and a guest critic at institutions throughout Canada and the United States. A graduate of the GSD, he is the founder and director of Matthew Soules Architecture in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Soules is the author of Iceberg, Zombies, and the Ultra-Thin: Architecture and Capitalism in the 21st Century (Princeton Architectural Press, 2021) and Binning House (ORO, 2017). He has contributed chapters to Industries of Architecture (Routledge, 2015) and Post-War Middle-Class Housing (Peter Lang, 2015), and his writing has appeared in Log, Harvard Design Magazine, Real Review, Praxis, the Journal of Architectural Education, Azure, Canadian Architect, Topos, and 306090.