How should an innovative architect react today to the electronic revolution which is taking place? Answers to this question are explored in this book looking at the example of Peter Eisenman who was born in 1932 and has had his own architectural office in New York since 1963. Through his ideas and work, Eisenman has become one of the most influential protagonists of the current architectural debate. This volume includes a conversation of Eisenman with the author, an illuminating selection of excerpts from Eisenman's writings, and an analysis of those projects by Eisenman Architects which focus on this subject such as Virtual House. This fascinating portrayal is complemented with visual material which is largely unpublished.