Oliver Wainwright

Oliver Wainwright is the Guardian’s architecture and design critic. Trained as an architect, he has worked for a number of practices, both in the UK and overseas, and written extensively on architecture and design for many international publications. He is also a visiting critic at several architecture schools.

Zaha Hadid, SFMOMA, Tate Switch House and London’s Design Museum: the highs and lows of the year in architecture

BY Oliver Wainwright | 23 DEC 16

From Zaha Hadid to the Venice Architecture Biennale, the Shanghai Expo and museum extensions in Boston, Dresden and LA

BY Oliver Wainwright | 01 JAN 11

Owen Hatherley (Zero Books, Winchester, 2009)

BY Oliver Wainwright | 17 MAY 09

A report from the 11th International Architecture Biennale

BY Oliver Wainwright | 29 SEP 08