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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The recently released Queer Spaces book is an atlas of 90 LGBT+ spaces from around the world. Its editors, designer Adam Nathaniel Furman and historian Joshua Mardell, choose six of the most interesting. More
Twenty-six designers and artists have interpreted the process of farming eiderdown for the Eider and Farmer exhibition at the Alvar Aalto-designed Nordic House in Reykjavík as part of this year's DesignMarch. More
El Salvadorian president Nayib Bukele has unveiled architecture studio FR-EE's designs for a cryptocurrency-funded city that is planned to rise up the side of a volcano in the south of the country. More
Austrian studio Coop Himmelb(l)au's rooftop extension on Falkestrasse in Vienna was one of the earliest completed deconstructionist buildings. Continuing our series reinvestigating the style, we look at the dramatic loft conversion. More
Bathing Culture at the Museum of Design and Applied Art in Reykjavík tells the history of geothermal pools in Iceland as part of DesignMarch. Here are five that demonstrate how the culture has changed over the past century. More
Continuing our deconstructivist series, we look at seven early buildings featured in the seminal 1988 Deconstructivist Architecture exhibition at MoMA that launched the careers of Zaha Hadid and Daniel Libeskind. More
Postmodern architect John Outram created numerous bright and colourful buildings throughout the 1980s and 90s, including the "Temple of Storms" pumping station. Here, the author of his biography Geraint Franklin selects nine of the most significant examples. More