Tom is the editor of Dezeen.
He holds masters in architectural history from both Edinburgh and The Bartlett, where his writing focused on the architecture of data centres.
Tom has worked for several publications in architecture and construction, including the Architects' Journal and Construction Manager. He has also contributed to RIBA Journal, Icon, BD, City Metric, Architectural Review and ArchDaily. Videos on the built environment featuring Tom have had over five million views on YouTube.
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Daily coronavirus briefing: today's architecture and design coronavirus briefing includes a colourful message of thanks designed by Morag Myerscough, a social distancing-market and Cannes Lions news. More
Converting convention centres into coronavirus hospitals is the most efficient way to increase intensive-care capacity, according to James Hepburn of architecture and engineering firm BDP, which helped convert London's ExCel centre into the 4,000-bed NHS Nightingale. More
Dutch architecture practice UNStudio has recreated a typical Dutch townhouse's facade in bricks made from stainless steel and glass for Louis Vuitton's store on Amsterdam shopping street PC Hooftstraat. More
Daily coronavirus briefing: today's architecture and design coronavirus briefing includes a low-cost ventilator, a hospital in Central Park, Salone del Mobile mask collection and brands including IKEA promoting staying at home. More
Daily coronavirus briefing: today's architecture and design coronavirus briefing includes news on Dubai Expo 2020, how Covid-19 hospitals are built, Sam Jacob's design academy and an F1 team making a breathing aid. More
Daily coronavirus briefing: today Dezeen is launching a new daily briefing, rounding up news about the coronavirus pandemic that is relevant to the global architecture and design community. Read our first briefing below and keep up to date with our coronavirus coverage here. More
Architecture professor Rachel Armstrong, brand consultant Suzanne Livingston and transportation designer Paul Priestman discussed how people will deal with the increasing complexity of future cities at the Dezeen Day conference last year. More
New Stone Age at London's Building Centre shows the potential of stone as a modern construction material. Curator Steve Webb picks five projects from the exhibition that use it in innovative, practical and sustainable ways.