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Ellis Woodman

Ellis studied architecture at the universities of Cambridge and North London and worked as an architect for eight years before becoming a professional critic in 2003. He worked at Building Design for eleven years, ultimately as its executive editor.

He became The Daily Telegraph's architecture critic in 2007 and in the following year curated Home/Away: 5 British Architects Build Housing in Europe at the British Pavilion of the Venice Biennale. He has written monographs on the architect James Gowan and has contributed essays to publications on practices including the Architecture Research Unit, Biq and Office Kersten Geers David van Severen. He is currently working on a book on the Swiss architect, Peter Märkli.

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