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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From illustrated responses to the US election and Brexit, to posters for the Rio Olympics, Dezeen managing editor Olivia Mull picks the graphics and illustrations that tell the story of the last 12 months, as part of our review of 2016. More
Dezeen managing editor Olivia Mull picks the quotes that sum up the year in architecture and design, covering untimely deaths, Patrik Schumacher's calls to scrap social housing, and Kanye West's foray into flat-pack furniture. More
Milan 2016: product design students at Swiss university ÉCAL have collaborated with technology brand Punkt to make basic household electronics, such as a radio and a power plug, more intuitive (+ slideshow). More
A retrospective of work by Finnish designer Eero Aarnio, a pioneer of high-quality plastic furniture and creator of some of the most iconic chairs of the 1960s, has opened at the Helsinki Design Museum. Dezeen spoke to the exhibition's curator about how Aarnio broke with the "traditional Bauhaus Nordic functional style" (+ movie). More
Milan 2016: sixteen designers including Scholten & Baijings, Stefan Diez and Tomas Alonso have created tableware with craftsmen from Arita, Japan, for a new brand supporting the town's 400-year-old porcelain industry (+ slideshow). More
Milan 2016: British designer Sebastian Wrong's new lighting brand has launched with a collection that includes a task light by Pierre Charpin and a range of lamps with interchangeable patterned shades (+ slideshow). More
Milan 2016: interaction design students at Swiss university ÉCAL have used connected technologies and virtual reality to imagine possible future versions of everyday objects such as a toaster, a broom and a book (+ movie). More
Milan 2016: ten designers explore the nature of motion as part of Nike's Milan design week exhibition, which includes an installation of levitating marble by Max Lamb and a microclimate chair for athletes by Greg Lynn (+ slideshow). More
Milan 2016: Atelier Biagetti invites people to take sanctuary from an over-sexualised world inside a surreal clinic featuring pastel pink furniture, clinical curtains and attendants in nurse's outfits (+ slideshow). More
Zaha Hadid 1950-2016: Zaha Hadid was "part of a mini-rebellion" as a student at London's Architectural Association, setting the tone for the career that followed, says Nicholas Boyarsky, son of former AA director Alvin Boyarsky. In this exclusive interview, he shares some of the drawings from his father's collection, and remembers growing up under Hadid's influence. More
Contemporary Japanese architects have created "a legacy with more consistency" than the famous names that dominate architecture elsewhere, says the curator of a major new MoMA exhibition (+ slideshow). More