Professor Stallmeyer’s research and teaching focus on contemporary urban and architectural production and consumption under the influence of information and communications technology (ICT). His graduate studios explore the intersection of ICT and the design process through the exploration and integration of digital sketching and modeling environments with analog methods in a hybrid process. He teaches the graduate survey of architectural theory, which contextualizes key theoretical writings on the built environment of the last century within their social, cultural, political, economic and technological contexts. He is the author of Building Bangalore: Architecture and Urban Transformation in India’s Silicon Valley and coauthor with Prof. Lynne Dearborn of Inconvenient Heritage: Erasure and Global Tourism in Luang Prabang, which recently won the Environmental Design Research Association’s 2013 Achievement Award. He is currently working on a book exploring the influence of our ubiquitous data culture on the conception and perception of the built environment.  He is a faculty affiliate of the Illinois Informatics Institute, The Centre for Global Studies, and the Collaborative for Cultural Heritage Management and Policy.


Ph.D., Architecture, University of California, Berkeley; 2006
M.Arch, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; 1990
BSAS, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; 1987