Michael Fox’s practice, teaching and research are centered on interactivearchitecture, bio-robotic architecture and space architecture. He  is a founding partner of FoxLin.  Prior to starting Fox Lin, he served as an assistant to engineer and inventor Chuck Hoberman in New York, and as a design team leader for Kitamura Associates in Tokyo, Japan. In 1998, Fox founded the Kinetic Design Group at MIT as a sponsored research group to investigate interactive architecture. Fox directed the group for three years Michael has lectured internationally on the subject matter of interactive, behavioral and kinetic architecture. He has won numerous awards in architectural ideas competitions and his masters’ thesis at MIT received the outstanding thesis award for his work on computation and design processes. Fox’s work has been featured in numerous international periodicals and books, and has been exhibited  worldwide. He has taught as faculty on the subject matter of interactive, behavioral and kinetic architecture at MIT, USC,  The Hong Polytechnic University, the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI_ARC) as well as numerous workshops around the world as this page helps to document. He is a tenured Professor of Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona. He is also the Author of the book Interactive Architecture by Princeton Architectural Press.