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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Under his previous title of Prince of Wales, Britain's new monarch exerted significant influence on the built environment through campaigning, torpedoing modernist projects and even building his own traditional towns. Here are six ways King Charles III has impacted British architecture. More
Designers Sandra G Matthews and Michael R Henderson have created a concept for a 224-metre-high spherical resort that would include a moon-like experience, which they hope to realise in four locations around the world. More
As people around the world mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away yesterday at the age of 96, we look back at 20 of the most significant buildings she opened during her reign of 70 years, the longest in British history. More
This year, Open House Festival celebrates its 30th anniversary. Since it began in 1992, many of London's most significant buildings have opened their doors during the festival. Here are 30 of the most interesting. More
Architects could "easily" prevent billions of bird deaths a year caused by collisions with glazed and mirrored buildings, says Jared Goodman of animal rights organisation PETA in this exclusive interview. More
Actor Brad Pitt has reportedly agreed to a settlement of $20.5 million for the owners of homes built by his Make It Right Foundation housing charity, which suffered from water leaks, black mould and foundation issues. More
This week on Dezeen, a mass-timber skyscraper in Milwaukee was certified as the world's tallest timber building. More