Moored in a flooded gravel pit off the M6, Adam Khan Architects’ Brockholes Wetland Nature Reserve visitor centre forms
a gateway to nature
I am the architecture and design critic of The Guardian, and formerly features editor of Building Design.
I studied at Cambridge and the RCA, and have worked at OMA*AMO, muf architecture/art and Design for London, as well as collaborated on projects with The Architecture Foundation in London and the National Building Museum in Washington, DC.
I sometimes build things too.
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