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    Tom Dyckhoff is an enthusiast, historian, writer and broadcaster about architecture, cities, design and places. He has written and presented many… Read More
    Tom Dyckhoff is an enthusiast, historian, writer and broadcaster about architecture, cities, design and places. He has written and presented many documentaries for British television and radio, including Channel 4’s primetime series The Secret Life of Buildings, in which he looked at the effects of architecture and spaces on our brains and bodies. He has also written and presented many short and full-length documentaries on architecture, cities and design for BBC television’s arts series, The Culture Show, for which he has interviewed figures from Oscar Niemeyer to Frank Gehry, and fronted special episodes on subjects from the Stirling Prize for architecture, to Lego, Chinese culture and Britain's housing crisis. Tom has written a weekly column for The Guardian newspaper’s Weekend magazine for more than a decade, and, from 2003 to 2011, was architecture critic for The Times newspaper, London. Designed and developed on the Squarespace platform by The Printer's Son. Read Less
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Tom Dyckhoff is an enthusiast, historian, writer and broadcaster about architecture, cities, design and places. He has written and presented many documentaries for British television and radio, including Channel 4’s primetime series The Secret Life of Buildings, in which he looked at the effects of architecture and spaces on our brains and bodies.

He has also written and presented many short and full-length documentaries on architecture, cities and design for BBC television’s arts series, The Culture Show, for which he has interviewed figures from Oscar Niemeyer to Frank Gehry, and fronted special episodes on subjects from the Stirling Prize for architecture, to Lego, Chinese culture and Britain's housing crisis.

Tom has written a weekly column for The Guardian newspaper’s Weekend magazine for more than a decade, and, from 2003 to 2011, was architecture critic for The Times newspaper, London.

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