Outcast Editions


Outcast Editions is an independent publishing company specializing in high quality, interactive digital books on contemporary architecture. Outcast Editions was founded in 2011 with the ambition of reinventing architecture publishing for the post-paper, post-PC age.

With backgrounds in photography, architecture, publishing, graphic design and typography, the founding principals of Outcast Editions have worked individually and collaboratively on prestigious publishing projects for leading architects and publishers worldwide.

Richard Glover

Director of Photography

Richard works in Australia and the UK. His clients include Architectus, Collins & Turner, Foster & Partners, John Pawson, Sheppard Robson, Stanic & Harding, Bates Smart and Tzannes Associates.

His work has been exhibited at, or is held in the collections of, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Artbank Australia, the Association of Photographers, RIBA and Tate Modern. His work appears regularly in the international design press including Architectural Review, Domus, Architectural Digest, Architecture Australia, Monument, Indesign and Blueprint.

Virginia McLeod

Editorial Director

Virginia trained as an architect in Australia before moving to the UK to work on publishing projects for architects including John Pawson, Foster & Partners and Richard Rogers.

In 2002, Virginia edited The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture. In 2004, she was commissioned by Laurence King Publishing to write a number of books which resulted in a series of seven titles including Detail in Contemporary Residential Architecture, Detail in Contemporary Timber Architecture and The Encyclopedia of Detail in Contemporary Residential Architecture.

Hamish Muir

Art Director

Hamish cofounded the design practice 8vo in 1985 and was co-editor of the international journal of typography ‘Octavo’. The 2005 Lars Müller publication ‘8vo: On the outside’, documents the studio’s influential work.

Since 2001 he has worked as an independent design consultant and taught at the London College of Communication. In 2010 together with Paul McNeil, he formed the project-based collaborative MuirMcNeil Design Systems. Hamish is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale.