Ross was social media editor at Dezeen from 2014-2016.
Ross graduated from the University of Lincoln in 2010 with a degree in English literature. While studying, Ross launched his own print magazine covering design, literature and culture.
Ross wrote for various London-based magazines including Dazed and Confused and It’s Nice That before joining Dezeen in 2013. He was promoted to social media editor in 2014 and won the 2015 BSME award for Best Use of Social Media.
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Floating saffron-coloured pathways on Italy's Lake Iseo (pictured), updates on the UK's European Union referendum and the opening of Herzog & de Meuron's Tate Modern extension feature in this week's Dezeen Mail.
This week on Dezeen: Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas took a swipe at campaigners advocating Britain's exit from the European Union this week, while a proposal to replace Thomas Heatherwick's controversial Garden Bridge design was tabled (pictured). More
We've teamed up with Tate Modern to curate a new Pinterest board dedicated to stunning photography of architectural details in celebration of the London gallery's new extension by Herzog & de Meuron. We'll be adding more beautiful images over the next couple of weeks, so make sure you're following the board for updates.
Examples of Iran's booming architecture scene, a tear-resistant condom and reaction to the collapse of Kunlé Adeyemi's award-winning Makoko Floating School feature in this week's Dezeen Mail.
Comments update: architect Kunlé Adeyemi's award-winning Makoko Floating School collapsed last week, sparking a debate about the project's credentials and the media's previously flattering coverage of its design. But does the floating-school concept still have a future? More
Iran is "on the verge of a new era for architecture" according to local architects, as change sweeps through the Islamic republic following the lifting of crippling economic sanctions (+ slideshow). More
This week on Dezeen: Danish brand Hay revealed its redesign of Ikea's iconic blue and yellow bag this week, as part of a new collaboration with the Swedish furniture giant, while BIG founder Bjarke Ingels showcased his huge undulating Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London (pictured). More
Adidas trainers made using waste plastic from the world's oceans, the redesign of Ikea's iconic blue Frakta bag by Danish brand Hay (pictured) and Bjarke Ingels' Serpentine Gallery Pavilion feature in this week's Dezeen Mail.
Comments update: readers have been discussing the ethics behind replica furniture this week after it emerged that discount supermarket Aldi was selling near-identical versions of a classic chair by Ray and Charles Eames. More
The Golden Lion-winning Spanish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale showcased the new "radical" architecture built in Spain after the economic crisis in 2008, so we've put together a new Pinterest board highlighting the best examples from the pages of Dezeen.
This week on Dezeen: discount supermarket Aldi triggered a debate about copyright laws in furniture design this week after it emerged the company was selling replica versions of a classic chair design by Ray and Charles Eames. More
Herzog & de Meuron's Jenga-like residential skyscraper in New York (pictured) leads this week's Dezeen Mail, which also features a roundup of the best pavilions from the Venice Architecture Biennale and a Foster + Partners-designed drone port.
Image by Instagram user andrew.hafnor.
Comments update: Swiss architect Peter Zumthor divided opinion this week with his claims that handmade architecture is experiencing a resurgence, and that computers are simply slaves. Read on for more about this and explore our comments page to keep up with the latest discussions. More
Our latest Pinterest board collects together the most popular exhibitions and installations from this year's Venice Architecture Biennale, including the British Pavilion that proposes sharing technologies as the solution to the housing crisis and Switzerland's cavernous cloud-like structure.
This week's Dezeen Mail features Apple's new approach to retail, virtual reality tools for architects, and the latest stories from the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 including MVRDV's see-through glass kitchen (pictured).
Comments update: Apple's latest store in San Francisco by Foster + Partners showcases the tech giant's new approach to retail, but does the rethought design offer a better shopping experience for customers? Read on for more on this and explore our comments page to keep up with the latest discussions. More
This week on Dezeen: with the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 just around the corner, we examined some of the key themes already emerging from the world's biggest architectural exhibition, including robotic construction (pictured) and the housing crisis. More