Amy is editor-at-large for Dezeen. She joined the magazine in 2011 as architecture reporter, was promoted to deputy editor in 2013, and then served as editor from 2016 to 2019.
Amy worked in architectural practice for five years before moving into journalism. She holds a degree in architecture from Kingston University and a masters in architectural history from The Bartlett. Based in London, she also contributes to magazines including OnOffice, Grand Designs, Icon and Blueprint.
Amy was highly commended in the specialist editor category at the British Society of Magazine Editors Awards 2017.
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London studio Bompas & Parr has predicted design and lifestyle trends that will emerge during and after the coronavirus pandemic, including sanitiser party pieces and a museum dedicated to touch. More
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