For some early twentieth century commentators, the twenty-first century was going to be about electronic mediation of space. For others it was about speed and vectors of movement. But fundamentally people often believed that the same urban paradigms...
I am Dean of the School of Architecture, Design and Construction at the University of Greenwich, Professor of Architecture and Digital Theory, Founding Director of the Advanced Virtual and Technological Architecture Research Group (AVATAR) and a practising architect.
My books include ‘Digital Dreams: Architecture and the New Alchemic Technologies’ published in 1998, ‘Visionary Architecture- Blueprints of the Modern Imagination’ published in 2006, and ‘Digital Architecture NOW’ – a compendium of contemporary digital architectural practice - published in 2008. (Links via Amazon.co.uk).
My “Spiller’s Bits” articles appeared in every Architectural Digest magazine from January 2008 to January 2010.
I'm currently researching a book ‘Blistering Romance – Surrealist Architecture Then and Now’.