As an architect, artist and researcher, Stanislav Roudavski studies and designs technologically sustained places. Currently a Lecturer in Digital Architectural Design at the University of Melbourne, he holds degrees of MArch/MFA from the Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg (Russia), MSc CABD from the University of Strathclyde (UK) and PhD from the University of Cambridge (UK). Before arriving to Melbourne in 2009, Stanislav worked on research projects at the University of Cambridge and practiced in several European countries. His current interests include generative designing of complex architectural geometries, bioinspiration, virtual and augmented environments, place and performance studies, spatial narrative, practice-based research methodologies and participatory, distributed creativity.