Check out anything that Cecil Balmond had a hand in. He's an engineer (with Arup in London), but without his input the work of Foreign Office Architects (Yokahama Port), Daniel Libeskind (V&A Boilerhouse extension), Ben Van Berkel, Richard Rogers, Rem Koolhas and others would have looked very different. He's the man who turns their dreams into reality;) . What I like about him is that he seems not to let the computer lead the way but rather uses it as a design facilitator.
There are articles in Wired magazine, Building Material No.8 (IAA Journal- one of them by me:) ) and more, and his book 'Informal' gives details of some of his bigger projects. Also, a book called, I think, 'New Science = New Architecture?'.
I presume Gehry will be at the top of your list?