Eolith is a think tank engaging in spatial research, design, and consultancy.

Eolith takes its name from stones that have undergone a process of lithic reduction, originally thought to be artefacts from the dawn of humanity, but now suspected to be fragments primarily formed by geological processes. The ambiguity of these objects' origins is archetypal of our current condition, where the clear categories of the natural and the anthropogenic have broken down as the latter’s influence on the Earth grows beyond the grasp of human institutions.

Eolith provides navigation-grade analysis of this current condition on behalf of a diverse range of clients. In the past this has taken the form of actionable spatial research and multiscalar architectural solutions. In addition to client-work, Eolith also engages in self-initiated projects, of which ongoing preoccupations include: global power landscape(ing), systems of enclosing the natural, and the warfighter umwelt.

Hyun Vin Kaspers (co-founder) is an architectural designer and strategist operating from Amsterdam. He holds a degree in architecture from the Delft University of Technology and an AA Diploma from the Architectural Association in London. His graduate thesis examined the establishment of a new international order through the architectural device of the Nuremberg Courtroom. He runs the spatial practice Complicit, providing architectural services to clients ranging from emerging technology start-ups to established art institutions. Previously he has worked for several international architecture practices and quasi-government organisations engaged across Europe and Asia.

Noah Gotlib (co-founder) is an architectural designer and researcher based in Toronto. He studied architecture at Toronto Metropolitan University, and the Architectural Association in London, where he gained his M.Arch/AA Diploma (with commendation). His graduate thesis studied the breakdown of infrastructure systems in the American Midwest, and was selected for funding by the Canada Council for the Arts. Noah has worked for a number of international design and landscape architecture practices in the UK and Canada, and has taught in the design studio at the Architectural Association.