Articulated here is a shift from the deconstructive theories that informed, and in turn have been generated by, the earlier work of Bernard Tschumi and Peter Eisenman - to an architecture of folded, pliant forms the geometry of event-space transformations. The space-time of the interval is typified in the buildings of Frank Gehry, Daniel Libeskind, the works of theorist/architects Jeffrey Kipnis, Greg Lynn, Marcus Novak, Stephen Perella and Rebecca Carpenter and the furniture design of Bernard Cache, whose thinking greatly influenced Gilles Deleuze in The Fold, Leibniz and the Baroque. The concept of the fold has been theorised extensively by Deleuze, and its affect is felt throughout this anthology. John Rajchman's eloquent accounts of Deleuzian thinking is represented here in OUT OF THE FOLD where he writes of four complexities; multiplicity, chance, orientations and manners. This is more than design driven by technology or theory (applied Architecture) at its most effective it is design that participates, acts amongst and generates.