Ben Dreith is US editor at Dezeen. He is responsible for Dezeen's architecture, interiors and design coverage in the US and the Americas.
Ben was born in Colorado. Before receiving his masters degree in English language at the University of British Columbia, he studied anthropology at the University of Denver.
Ben has written widely about architecture and interior design. Prior to Dezeen, he was the managing editor for Canada’s NUVO magazine.
Dutch architecture studio OMA has unveiled its design for a glass-and-metal dome in Chicago that will serve as the headquarters for the American research organisation Discovery Partners Institute. More
The sets for Amazon's The Rings of Power television series draw on a range of historical European architectural vernaculars to make the fantasy world believable, says production designer Ramsey Avery in this interview. More
Arts company Meow Wolf has collaborated with 300 artists to create a series of immersive installations made from mostly salvaged material for its Shears Adkins Rockmore Architects-designed venue in Denver. More
A bulbous sculpture by architects Bjarke Ingels and Jakob Lange, an ornate temple and a walkway made of recycled ocean plastic were featured at the annual Burning Man festival in the Black Rock Desert of western Nevada. More
American architecture studio Kohn Pedersen Fox has revealed images of Waterline, a supertall skyscraper to be built in Austin that will be the tallest structure in the state of Texas once completed. More
Swiss architecture studio Herzog & de Meuron and Dutch garden designer Piet Oudolf have teamed up to create Calder Gardens in Philadelphia, which will house works by American sculptor Alexander Calder. More
A Montreal home with a trapeze net, a warehouse conversion in London and an Indian home with a monolithic marble facade are among the residences in this lookbook, which feature atriums as a central aspect of their design. More
New York studio Bernheimer Architecture has announced that its employees will join the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, making it the first private-sector architecture studio in the US to unionize. More
Architects and designers should take a more active part in response to the overturn of Roe V Wade, the Supreme Court decision that guaranteed the constitutional right to abortion, according to speakers on a recent AIA Los Angeles panel. More
The state government of Massachusetts has unveiled plans by architecture studio NBBJ to redevelop the brutalist Hurley Building in Boston and add a pair of high-rises to the Paul Rudolph-designed 1970s structure. More