Edwin Heathcote is the architecture critic of The Financial Times. He is an architect, designer and the author of an number of books including, most recently, 'On the Street: In-Between Architecture'. He is the Keeper of Meaning at The Cosmic House, Charles Jencks' Post Modernist former home in London and is a regular contributor to a number of journals and magazines including Apollo, The Architectural Review, L'Architecture d'Aujourd Hui, The Art Newspaper and others. He lives and works in London. He is also the founder of readingdesign.org a free-to-access, non-profit online resource for critical writing on design.
Edwin was a selection jury member of The Paddington Square Public Art Programme.
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