A new generation of architects is pushing digital technology to its limits and continues a tradition of "organic" architecture, often labeled "blobitecture." A few architects in the pre-digital era anticipated the shape of today's sleek and supple buildings, but computers have helped make many of today's large, truly innovative architectural projects buildable. Up until now, the new generation's architectural work has been overshadowed by that of the previous generation. This volume defines the next generation and captures the latest trends in architecture it has put foward. A number of the architects (Greg Lynn, RUR Architecture, Foreign Office Architects) were among those selected to compete in the Ground Zero redevelopment effort. Among the thirty architects featured are Greg Lynn, ShoP, Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos, Wes Jones, Lindy Roy, Foreign Office Architects, Rem Koolhaas, and Frank Gehry.