Amy is the editorial director of Dezeen. She joined the magazine in 2011 as architecture reporter, before becoming deputy editor in 2013, and then editor in 2016.
An architecture graduate, Amy worked in practice for five years before moving into journalism. She completed a masters in architectural history at The Bartlett.
Amy was highly commended in the specialist editor category at the British Society of Magazine Editors Awards 2017.
She has previously contributed to The Architects’ Journal, FHM and Stuff, and judged prizes including the AIA UK Excellence in Design awards, the World Architecture Festival awards and Don't Move, Improve!
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Dezeen promotion: the first 20 speakers have been announced for the Design Indaba conference in Cape Town next month, including architectural designer John Pawson and The Handmaid's Tale costume designer Ane Crabtree. More
Dezeen had its most successful year in 2018, with 25 million visitors to the site and more than 56 million total visits. More
Happy new year and best wishes for 2019. We'll be back for more architecture and design tomorrow. In the meantime, enjoy our review of 2018.
We wish Dezeen readers a very merry Christmas and happy holidays. We'll be back for more architecture and design tomorrow. In the meantime, enjoy this photo of Gardens by the Bay lit up for Christmas.
To complete our review of 2018, editor Amy Frearson recaps the most-read stories for every month this year, including Zaha Hadid's only completed house, Virgil Abloh's IKEA furniture and a hugely popular Canadian lake house. More
Next up in our review of 2018, editor Amy Frearson picks out the year's 10 most impressive houses, including a hillside house in Chile with unusual geometries and a treehouse-style holiday home in China. More
Engineered timber products such as cross-laminated timber must be exempt from the UK government's ban on combustible cladding materials, as they are essential in the global battle against climate change, say architects. More
The UK government has released details of its ban on combustible building materials in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, revealing that it will limit the use of cross-laminated timber in construction. More
Flores & Prats stood out at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale, showing a full-scale mockup of its Sala Beckett theatre and a tiny woodland chapel. As the event comes to a close, the studio founders speak to Dezeen about how they treat every project as an experiment. More