Multilayered polymer-platelet nanocomposites have shown the ability to mimic the structure and mechanical properties of nacre, and as such they attracted much scientific attention recently. They also offer a potential for generation of materials with much greater mechanical properties than nacre since the nanoscale building blocks possess much higher properties when compared to their more coarse counterparts. However, the controlling factors which need to be addressed first are dispersion of the reinforcing platelets, effective load transfer at the organic/inorganic interface, and structural control. The layer-by-layer assembly (LBL) appears to address these problems, however slow preparation speed of traditional dipping method of LBL greatly inhibits its further application. In this proposal we propose, to develop a rapid, controllable spinning-assisted LBL method. This method will reduce the production time several orders of magnitude and it will potentially promote the application of LBL assembly.