Architecture and design critic of The Guardian and a member of the Expert Committee of the European Prize for Urban Public Space since the 2014 edition.
Oliver Wainwright, architecture and design critic for the British newspaper The Guardian, trained as an architect at the University of Cambridge and the Royal College of Art, in London . He has worked in strategic planning and public relam projects at the Architecture and Planning Unit of the Greater London Authority. He has also been part of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in Rotterdam and the office Muf Architecture from London. He has written extensively about architecture, design and urban development for a wide range of international publications including The Times, The Telegraph, Newsweek, Domus, Icon, Topos, Garten + Landschaft i Building Design (BD), where he was the architecture critic for two years. He is a member of the British section of Architecture Sans Frontières and is part of the advisory committee of The Architecture Foundation. Wainwright belongs to the Expert Committee of the European Prize for Urban Public Space since the 2014 edition.
[Last update: January 2014]