Tom Dyckhoff is architecture and design critic for BBC2’s weekly arts magazine programme, The Culture Show. He was previously architecture critic of The Times. He wrote and presented a documentary on ugly buildings, I Love Carbuncles and co-presented two series of Grand Designs: Trade Secrets, the spin-off series from the popular property show. His seven-part BBC2 series, Saving Britain’s Past, examined Britain’s obsession with heritage. He has written for the Guardian, the Sunday Telegraph, GQ, Arena, Blueprint, the V&A Magazine and Icon.
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