Olivia was the digital director of Dezeen until February 2018. She managed the digital team and led all special editorial projects. She won an industry award for Dezeen Hot List, which was named Best Content Idea – Digital at the BSME Talent Awards 2017.
Olivia is also a Young Trustee of the Architecture Foundation and assisted with the curation of its Papers festival at the Barbican in 2016.
Olivia read History of Art at London's Courtauld Institute of Art, and reviewed exhibitions for Artlyst while completing her studies. She then went on to work for a commercial London art gallery and the Burlington Magazine, an academic journal, before joining Dezeen in 2014.
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Dezeen's digital director Olivia Mull picks the quotes that sum up the year in architecture and design, covering topics from the industry's gender imbalance to the political power of costume design. More
It's Open House London this weekend, meaning hundreds of buildings that are usually inaccessible to the public are throwing open their doors. Here's a look at 10 properties worth braving the early morning queues for. More
Installations, exhibitions and projects dealing with complex issues such as national identity and raw materials featured at this year's Jerusalem Design Week, and we've selected eight of the best. More
The Architecture Foundation has launched a free app that maps the location of over 1,100 historic and contemporary buildings in London, and provides a brief overview of their architectural significance. More
With the 57th edition of the Venice Art Biennale now open to the public, managing editor Olivia Mull selects some of the best design-led exhibitions, spatial installations and pavilion takeovers. More
The fallout from the smartwatch trend is a renewed interest in analogue watches according to British designer Samuel Wilkinson, whose second watch collection has just launched on Dezeen Watch Store. More
Artist Anish Kapoor's Descension – a giant pool of continuously spiralling water – has been unveiled in Brooklyn Bridge Park, marking the official launch of New York's annual NYCxDesign festival. More
This week Formafantasma unveiled experimental lighting designs at Milan design week and Cerith Wyn Evans illuminated the Tate Britain with neon scribbles. Both feature in this week's Pinterest roundup of popular lighting installations. More
The triggering of Article 50 last week means that Brexit is a certainty – and that the UK will need a new passport. Luckily last week also saw the judging for our unofficial Brexit passport design competition... here is a look at the nine proposals shortlisted by our judges. More
Five years ago British rapper Tinie Tempah bought a house designed for the late Alexander McQueen. In this exclusive interview and photoshoot, Tinie reveals how he adapted the house, added more taxidermy and how he plans to move into architecture himself. More
Naming your studio after the directors' surnames is so last century. Today's architects go under weird and wonderful monikers such as Design, Bitches, 5468796 Architecture and G///bang. We asked some of the most oddly named studios how they got their names. More