Mitchell, William J.
MITCHELL, William J.
MITCHELL, William J. Australian, b. 1944. Genres: Architecture, Homes/ Gardens, Information science/Computers. Career: Yuncken-Freeman Architects, Melbourne, Australia, architect, 1967-68; University of California, Los Angeles, assistant professor, 1970-74, associate professor, 1974-80, professor of architecture and urban design, 1980-86, head of architecture and urban design program, 1973-77, 1980-86; Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, visiting professor, 1985, professor, 1986-89, G. Ware and Edythe M. Travelstead Professor of Architecture, 1989-92; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, professor of architecture and media arts and sciences, and dean of School of Architecture and Planning, 1992-. Cambridge University, lecturer, 1978-80. Publications: Computer-Aided Architectural Design, 1977; (with R. Liggett and T. Kvan) The Art of Computer Graphics Programming, 1987; (with C.W. Moore and W. Turnbull Jr.) The Poetics of Gardens, 1988; (ed. with M. McCullough and P. Purcell) The Electronic Design Studio, 1990; The Logic of Architecture, 1990; (with McCullough) Digital Design Media, 1991; The Reconfigured Eye, 1992; City of Bits: Space, Place, and the Infobahn, 1995; E-topia: Urban Life Jam-But not as We Know It, 1999; Mett: Citizens, Cities & connectivity, forthcoming. Address: Media Lab, E15-401, Media Arts & Sciences Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 77 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, U.S.A.