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Malcolm McCullough was Fitzgibbon visiting Chair for Architecture.
McCullough explores digital media for the built environment. Beginning from computer aided design in architecture, in which he was a pioneer in the 1980s, McCullough has consistently brought a human-centered approach to emerging practices in design. His latest book, Digital Ground, connects the fields of architecture and interaction design, and offers a theory of place for pervasive computing. His 1996 book Abstracting Craft found an interdisciplinary audience for the creative work practices behind the digital economy. His publications also include The Electronic Design Studio (1990) and the award-winning Digital Design Media (1991, 1994), both with William Mitchell. McCullough is currently a member of the architecture faculty at the University of Michigan; he has also held the David FitzGibbon visiting professorship at Carnegie Mellon; and spent ten years on the design faculty at Harvard. Long ago in Silicon Valley, he was once a visitor in residence at Xerox PARC, and the first architecture product manager at Autodesk. He has given invited lectures in a over a dozen countries, and is currently at work on a set of essays entitled "Ambient: a history of technological saturations." McCullough currently resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and has traveled relentlessly in the American interior.
last updated 11.15.2004 by Ken Camarata