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.
3me Arquitectura has taken cues from the pyramidal grain silos found locally to create the entryway for the headquarters of the Association of Agricultural Producers in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico. More
Sieger Suarez Architects has collaborated with Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott to design a new property for hotel brand Waldorf Astoria in Miami, which aims to be the first supertall skyscraper to be completed in the city. More
The Rocky Mountains in the United States and Canada feature a host of contemporary houses that draw both from modernist architecture and their unique surroundings. John Gendall selects eight examples from his book Rocky Mountain Modern. More
Mexican gallery Masa's Intervención/Intersección exhibition showcases pieces by artists and designers including Frida Escobedo and Isamu Noguchi in a former post office in the Rockefeller Center in Manhattan. More
As construction begins on Populus, a Denver hotel designed by architecture firm Studio Gang, developer Urban Villages has announced that it aims to be the "first carbon-positive" hotel in the United States. More