11.04’s projects have been widely published, nationally and internationally in both the popular and trade press, including Vogue, The Times, and The Architects Journal. Projects have also featured on the radio and on television. Chris Roche is an active critic of Architecture and the profession and is often published in commentary on the business and culture of property development.

Projects are invariably published as they represent market innovation, or a leading approach to architecture and interiors. A great many of 11.04’s projects go on to win awards and are again published as examples of exemplary good practice. This is all the more remarkable as most projects are delivered on modest budgets, yet reflect clients’ desires to create outstanding projects which maximise the return on investment.
Chris Roche regularly gives talks to architecture students in the UK, and has given Trade Talks in Beijing and at the London Chamber of Commerce.

11.04’s award winning DDS Office Design was listed at No. 9 in Esquire Magazine’s “The Style 100” (July 2008) – “This year’s hottest people, places, products and spaces”: ahead of fashion designer Tom Ford “The Label” at 13. and Zaha Hadid’s Cable Car in Innsbruck at 31 – and who is to say Esquire are not spot on. Others featured include Tom Dixon/15; Prada/18; and Herzog and De Meuron’s Beijing Olympic Stadium at 42.

The Architect’s Journal featured 11.04’s design for a Memorial to Far Eastern Prisoners of War in their Forgotten Spaces supplement. London Mayor Boris Johnson had set a task to architects to identify a 100 potential sites for public use, and 11.04’s project was the only one to be realised outside Morning Crescent Tube Station in Camden Town.