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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Comments update: Isay Weinfeld's first New York project is the latest in a string of luxury developments changing the face of the city – but some readers think the rush to build high-end apartments is destroying the Big Apple's local communities. More
Comments update: the poor design of refugee camps was thrust into the spotlight this week after we interviewed one of the world's leading authorities on humanitarian aid. More
This week on Dezeen: plans to construct the world's tallest building in Iraq were unveiled this week (pictured), while Daniel Libeskind called architecture "a field of repression". More
This week's Dezeen Mail includes a skyscraper for New York featuring open-air terraces, a biblical theme park and Ikea's research hub for exploring the future of home design (pictured).
Comments update: is the trend for open-plan living coming to an end? Readers discussed the changing tastes in residential design after we reported that families are demanding more privacy in their homes. More
This week on Dezeen: the trend for open-plan living may be coming to an end, according to architects we interviewed this week, while other industry insiders told us that wood is taking over from concrete and steel as the architectural wonder material of the 21st century. More
This week's Dezeen Mail includes grocery-delivering robots, the Ole Scheeren-designed World Building of the Year and a Chilean housing block featuring a textured facade of zigzagging bricks (pictured).
Comments update: architect Magnus Ström is helping the super rich commission bespoke homes, but should more attention be placed on housing for the less fortunate? Read on for more on this and explore our comments page to keep up to date with the latest discussions. More
This week on Dezeen: architect Magnus Ström launched a bespoke-housing service for multi-millionaires this week, while Renzo Piano unveiled plans for a luxurious apartment tower in Miami (pictured). More
This week's Dezeen Mail includes Renzo Piano's luxury tower for Miami, palatial homes for the super rich (pictured) and a sex toy that can be mounted like a vaulting horse. There's also the latest news, jobs and reader comments from Dezeen.
Comments update: the use of taxidermy in design was thrust into the spotlight this week after we re-posted a 2010 project by BrewDog to our Instagram account as part of a Halloween-themed weekend of content. The controversial post attracted over 600 comments, sparking a debate about the use of dead animals in the creation of decorative objects. More
This week on Dezeen: Chinese artist Ai Weiwei accused Lego of "censorship" this week after the Danish toy brand refused to supply building blocks for his installation and Mercedes-Benz showcased its new concept vehicle designed for "urban trendsetters" (pictured). More
This week's Dezeen Mail features David Chipperfield's "village" of stone dwellings in China (pictured), Renault's Le Corbusier-inspired concept car and a clockwork dildo. There's also the latest news, jobs and reader comments from Dezeen.
German auto brand Mercedes-Benz has released images of its Vision Tokyo – a self-driving concept vehicle created for "young, urban trendsetters" that showcases how future car designs could be transformed into "hip living spaces". More