Amy is an architecture graduate with five years experience working in architectural practice. In 2009 she completed a masters degree in architectural history at the Bartlett School of Architecture, specialising in the dissemination of post-war buildings in the media.
Amy joined Dezeen in April 2011 as architecture reporter, becoming deputy editor (architecture) in 2013. She is responsible for all of Dezeen's architecture content.
She has also written for The Architects' Journal, FHM and Stuff Magazine, and is on the steering committee for the Royal Insititute of British Architects' Guerrilla Tactics conference for small practices.
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Stories by Amy Frearson
- Gort Scott transforms 1960s block in Lon…don to create co-working and maker spaces
- Mountainside platform by Code Arkitektur… creates three vertiginous viewpoints
- Zigzagging concrete "veranda" built in S…hanghai agricultural park
- UK government renews support for Garden …Bridge but reduces offer by £6 million
- Teepee-shaped buildings by Issei Suma ho…use community kitchen and spiral-shaped pool
- Neri&Hu mimics rocks and tree branc…hes inside Shanghai theatre and exhibition centre
- Apollo Architects completes earthquake-r…esistant house with a hat-like roof
- Kengo Kuma designs kitchen built from po…ts, pans, baskets and utensils
- World's tallest twisted towers revealed