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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Linde Freya Tangelder creates furniture pieces that combine architectural references with surprising materials. She talks Dezeen through six key projects, including tables based on Lina Bo Bardi's windows and chairs built from columns. More
Climate change is likely to devastate our planet, says Snøhetta co-founder Kjetil Trædal Thorsen. In the second part of an exclusive interview, he tells Dezeen that architects need to use their skills to prepare for a new reality. More
Snøhetta celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. In the first part of an exclusive interview with Dezeen, co-founder Kjetil Trædal Thorsen explains that the firm's ultimate aim has always been to make buildings for the betterment of society. More
The work of Mexican architect Tatiana Bilbao is on show at the Louisiana Museum in Denmark, in an exhibition that includes an imaginary city, a cabinet of curiosities and four full-size architectural mockups. More
Renzo Piano designed one of high-tech architecture's seminal buildings – the Centre Pompidou. Continuing our high-tech architecture series, we profile the Italian architect who was a key figure in the largely British-led movement. More
This year's Oslo Architecture Triennale looks at degrowth, an economic strategy that calls for a reduction of both production and consumption, and asks what architecture could do to support it. Dezeen editor-at-large Amy Frearson picks out 10 of the most interesting ideas. More
"Future scenario thinking" is a technique developed by theatre director Zoe Svendsen to imagine the cities of tomorrow. In an interview with Dezeen, she says architects could use it to design better urban futures. More