ABA Banking Journal
1985, "The Building Makes the Bank"

Architectural Record
1995, 1993, 1992, 1988, 1979

Beta Theta Pi Alumni Magazine
1989, "Accomplishing the Impossible

Environmental Building News
1994, "A More Natural Contextualism"

Faith & Form
2004, "The Power of Light"
1996, "Accessibility Transcends the Physical" PDF
1991, "Architecture is Different from Building" PDF

Historic Preservation News
1990, "Great American Home Awards"

HUD Research News
1990, "Two Centuries Meet in a Remarkable Renovation"

Modern Steel Construction
2000, "Steel Framing with Classic Style"

Pennsylvania Architect
1997, 1990, 1989

Pennsylvania Lawyer
1982, "The Law Office Rennaisance"

The Philadelphia Architect
1997, 1993, 1992, 1990, 1989, 1986

Philadelphia Business Journal
1989, "Universities Struggle to Maintain Buildings"

The Philadelphia Inquirer
2002, 1997, 1990, 1985, 1984, 1980

Philadelphia Magazine
2004, "Home is Where the Art is"
1982, "Best of the Blueprint Brigade"

Philadelphia Rowhose Manual
2008
, The Moore Residence

Poughkeepsie Journal
1992, "New Landmark Recalls Old Values"

The Princeton Packet
1989, "Spotlight on James Oleg Kruhly, AIA"

Yale Alumni Magazine
1992, "Kahn & Yale"


Monuments to Money by Charles Belfoure, McFarland & Company, Inc., 2005

The New City Home by Leslie Clagett, Tauton Press, 2002

Add-Ons by Kenneth Lelen, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1984

Louis I. Kahn itinerari by Luca Rivalta, 1996, "Interview: James Oleg Kruhly, FAIA"

"Kruhly has proceeded with the barest of means to produce an intimate restaurant that is bright and crisp."

Architectural Record




“This is the most innovative project…Clever site plan…Departs from tradition and does that architecture very successfully…Creates a village quality.”

AIA Philadelphia Journal




"Quiet excellence."

Tom Hines, Critic
The Philadelphia Inquirer





"...in terms of sheer out-of-the-box design, the new Pasquerilla Spiritual Center has to take the cake...It's a one-of-a-kind building."

The Penn Stater




"...the architect (Kruhly) made the education building and church completly accessible...while maintaining the historic character of this facility..."

State of Delaware Accessible Building Awards Program