Theodore Spyropoulos is an architect and educator. He is co-founder and director of Minimaforms, an experimental architecture and design practice.
The work of Minimaforms is in the permanent collections of the FRAC Centre (France), the Signum Foundation (Poland) and the Archigram Archive (UK). Recent exhibitions have included work shown at the MoMA, Barbican Centre, Detroit Institute of Arts, ICA (London), FRAC Centre, and the Architecture Foundation (UK).
His work has been featured in international media including BBC, BBC Radio, Robert Elms Show, Wired, Fast Company, The Guardian, Blueprint, and Icon Magazine. Theodore is also the Director of the Architectural Association’s world renowned Design Research Lab (AADRL) in London. He has been a visiting Research Fellow at M.I.T.’s CAVS and co-founded the New Media and Information Research initiative at the AA. He previously taught in the graduate school of UPENN and RCA as well as working as a project architect for the offices of Peter Eisenman and Zaha Hadid.
In 2013, the Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture awarded him The ACADIA award of excellence for his educational work directing the AADRL.