Books (Robert Kronenburg sole author unless stated otherwise)

2019    This Must Be The Place: An Architectural History of Popular Music Performance Space, Bloomsbury, New York, 286pp. ISBN 9781501319280.

2018    Robert Kronenburg and Sara Cohen (co-authors). Liverpool’s Musical Landscapes, Historic England, Swindon, 247pp. ISBN 978-1-84802-284-3.

2014    Architecture in Motion: The History and Development of Portable Building, Routledge, Oxford, 328pp. ISBN 978-0-415676373.

2012     Live Architecture: Popular Music Venues, Stages and Arenas, Routledge, Oxford, 200pp. ISBN 978-0-415-56192-1.

2012    Flexible: Architecture that Responds to Change (Chinese language edition), Huazhong University of Science and Technology Press, 232pp. ISBN 978-7-5609-6973-3.

2008    Portable Architecture: Design and Technology, Birkhauser, Germany, 160pp. ISBN 978-3-7643-8324-4. Separate English and German language editions.

2007    Flexible: Architecture that Responds to Change, Laurence King, London, 237pp. ISBN 978-1-85669-461-2. Separate French (Editions Norma) and Spanish language (Blume) editions.

2006    Robert Kronenburg (editor) with Filiz Klassen (co-editor), Transportable Environments III, Taylor and Francis, London & New York, c.228pp. ISBN 0-415-34377-1.

2003    Portable Architecture, 3rd expanded edition, Architectural Press, Oxford. 274pp. ISBN 0-7506-5653-0. (2nd edition 2000, 192pp, 1st edition 1996, 140pp).

2003    Robert Kronenburg, Joseph Lim, Y.C. Wong (editors), Transportable Environments II, Routledge, London & New York. 145pp. ISBN 0-415-27450-8.

2002    Houses in Motion: The Genesis, History and Development of the Portable Building, 2nd expanded edition, John Wiley, London. c.168pp. ISBN 0-470-84331-4. (1st edition 1995, 144pp).

2001    Spirit of the Machine: Technology as an Inspiration in Architectural Design, John Wiley, London. c.128pp. ISBN 0-471-97860-4.

2000    Houses in Motion: The Genesis, History and Development of the Portable Building, (Japanese language edition), translated by Norio Maki, Kajima Institute Publishing Co., Kyoto. 184pp. ISBN 4-306-04394-0.

1998    Robert Kronenburg (editor), Transportable Environments: Theory, Context, Design and Technology, Routledge, London & New York. 215pp. ISBN 0-419-24250-3.

1997    FTL: Softness Movement and Light, Architectural Monograph no.48, Academy Editions, London. 128pp. ISBN 0-471-97693-8.

Contributions to Books

2020    Marcel Vellinga (editor). The World Encyclopaedia of Vernacular Architecture, 2nd Edition. Bloomsbury Academic, London. Robert Kronenburg author of nine entries (c11,000 words) which appear under their own individual title and authorship (in press).

2020    ‘The Live Gig: Places for popular music performance’ in Geoff Stahl and J. Mark Percival (editors), The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music and Place, Bloomsbury, New York (in press).

2020    ‘Sound Spaces: festival stages in urban environments for live music performance’ in Ewa Mazierska, Leslie Gillon and Tony Rigg (editors), The Future of Live Music, Bloomsbury, New York (in press).

2015    ‘From Shed to Venue: The Arena Concert Event Space’ in Ben Halligan, Kirsty Fairclough-Isaacs, Robert Edgar, Nicola Spielman, The Arena Concert: Music, Media and Mass Entertainment. Bloomsbury Academic, London, pp. 73-84. ISBN 9781628925579.

2015    ‘Flexible Architecture: Continuous and Developing’ in Kolarevic, Branko and Parlac, Vera, eds. Building Dynamics: Exploring Architecture of Change. Routledge, Oxford, UK and New York, USA, pp.29-42. ISBN 9781138791022.

2015    ‘Introduction: The development of fabric structures in architecture’ in Llorens, Josep, ed, Fabric Structures in Architecture. Woodhead Publishing, Elsevier, Cambridge, UK, pp. 1-21. ISBN 9781782422334 .

2014    ‘Safe and Sound: Audience Experience in New Venues for Popular Music Performance’ In: Coughing and Clapping: Investigating Audience Experience. SEMPRE Studies in the Pyschology of Music . Ashgate/Sempre, Farnham, Surrey, pp. 35-50. ISBN 978-1-4094-6981-0

2010    ‘Informing Contemporary Architecture and Urban Design with Historic Filmic Evidence’ in Richard Koeck, Les Roberts (co-editors), The City and the Moving Image: Urban Projections, Palgrave, UK. pp.222-232. ISBN 0-230-02433-8

2010    ‘Mobile architecture in the Arctic’ in Andreas Müller (editor), Architecture Perspective Cahier No.1: Architecture,Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern, Germany, pp.26-39. ISBN: 978-3-7757-2679-5.

2008    ‘Portable Architecture: Design Workshops at Domaine de Boisbuchet’ in Anthony Kiendl (editor), Informal Architectures: Space and Contemporary Culture, Black Dog Publishing, London, pp.174-179. ISBN: 978-1-906155-33-9.

2008    ‘Subversive Architecture’ in Martí Peran (editor), Post-It City: Occasional Urbanites, Barcelona Centre for Contemporary Culture, Barcelona, pp.15-17 and pp.201-202. ISBN 9-788498-032758.

2008    ‘Flexible Architecture: Flexible Dwelling’ in: Juan Herreros (editor), Housing and Domestic Space in the XXI Century, La Casa Encendida, Madrid, pp.155-162 and pp.337-348. ISBN: 978-84-96917-33-0.

2003    ‘LOT/EK: Mobility, Materiality, Identity’ in Chris Scoates (editor) LOT/EK: Mobile Dwelling Unit, Art Publishers, Los Angeles, pp.73-86. ISBN 1-891-024-68X.

2002    ‘Modern Architecture for Flexible Living’ in Vitra Design Museum, Living in Motion: Design and Architecture for Flexible Living, Weil am Rhein, pp.19-77. ISBN 3-931936-34-1.

1997    Paul Oliver (editor) The Encyclopaedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1997 in three volumes, 2,780 images, 2,500pp. ISBN 0521-56422-0. Robert Kronenburg author of eight entries (c10,000 words) which appear under their own individual title and authorship.