World Architecture : About us
Managing Director: Adrian Welch / Director & Company Secretary: Isabelle Lomholt
Contact e-architect: +44 (0)1620 825722 or +44 (0)7952 149852
Architecture News is welcome at info(at)e-architect.co.uk
The website is run by Adrian Welch + Isabelle Lomholt
Adrian Welch B.Arch (Hons) ; Dip Arch ; ARB – Editor
Adrian Welch was born in Kincardineshire, Scotland and attended school in Scotland from 1975 to 1989. He completed his Architecture degree in 1992, attending Manchester University.
After a year-out working as an architectural assistant in Manchester Adrian attended The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, from 1993 where he did a Diploma in Architecture.
He has worked for architects such as Eva Jiricna, Sir Terence Conran, Richard Murphy, RMJM and Sutherland Hussey – in London, Hong Kong, Manchester, Cambridge and Edinburgh. He still works as an architect, for Lewis and Hickey.
Isabelle Lomholt BSC (Hons) – Newsletter Editor and Website sub-Editor
If you prefer to contact e-architect in Danish please call / e-mail Isabelle
Isabelle Lomholt was born in Bath, England and attended school in Denmark from 1974 to 1987. She completed her Architecture degree in 1995, attending North London University.
After a year-out working as an architectural assistant in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Isabelle attended East London University from 1996, where she did a MA / Diploma in Architecture.
David McManus – Assistant Editor
David McManus was born in Scotland and attended school in East Lothian, Scotland from 1998 to 2011. David is currently studying HND Interactive Media (Web Development) at Edinburgh College.
Rebecca Breun BA (Hons) and Dip Arch – European Articles Editor
Located in Paris, France – mob. 0033 681 580030
If you prefer to contact e-architect in French or German please call / e-mail Rebecca
Rebecca completed her Architecture degree in 1991 and her Diploma in Architecture in 1995, attending Kingston School of Architecture.
After working as an architect in Germany she moved to France in 1996.
Gonzalo Navarro – Spanish / Latin America Articles Editor
Located in Sevilla, Spain – mob. 0034 609 954 275
If you prefer to contact e-architect in Spanish please call / e-mail Gonzalo
Gonzalo completed his Architecture Master degree in 2008, attending the Higher Technical School of Architecture of Seville.
He is a registered Architect in Spain and since 2003 has worked in Edinburgh, Prague and Seville where he is Associate Architect at the firm NNN Architects.
Regular Guest Editors
Regular Guest Editors for e-architect include: Brian Carter (University of Buffalo), Trevor Tucker (University of Ottawa), Dimple Soni (architect and academic, India), Peter Magyar (US architecture academic), Karolina Szynalska (architect and academic, UK), Roland Wahlroos-Ritter (Los Angeles architect), Carlos Teixeira (Brazilian architect), Joyce Hwang (US architect + academic), Lindsay Johnston (Australian architect & educator), Joel Solkoff (disabled access campaigner, USA), Matthias Neumann (New York architect), Nigel Henbury (UK architect) and Article 25 (UK Built Environment charity).
Accountant: Christa Cameron
Robin Cross, Frazer Hay, Isabelle Lomholt, Andrew McRae, Sanam Samanian, Adrian Welch
After starting in Edinburgh in 2000 this online architecture resource is now one of the top globally in terms of traffic plus number of pages and images ranked.
e-architect is one of the world’s largest architecture websites with around 20,000 pages. e-architect is run by Adrian Welch and Isabelle Lomholt. Adrian and Isabelle both trained as architects but their strong interest in architecture led them to focus their energies on an online architectural resource rather than practicing.
The principal website is www.e-architect.co.uk but the first website was edinburgharchitecture.co.uk set up in 2000 followed by glasgowarchitecture.co.uk two years later, and e-architect in early 2006. The initial concept was to provide information on new buildings that would be helpful for not just local architects but a wide range of locals and tourists. Over time as connections were made this successful model was expanded and now includes all major cities in the world.
The principal difference between e-architect and other architecture sites is that we don’t just carry news: on e-architect buildings can be searched by country, city or by type. You can also search for buildings by architect. For example you could find information on the proposed Nou Camp Stadium on the Spanish, Barcelona and Football Stadium pages.
e-architect.co.uk features building news, events, competitions, photos, jobs, awards and products. We feature a range of building types from houses to skyscrapers, plus major landscape and interior projects.
To give an idea of range we cover buildings from the USA to Papua New Guinea and from China to the Faroe Islands.
e-architect also has facebook, twitter, linkedin, youtube, instagram, tumblr and pinterest pages.
We also run architecture tours across the world, starting in 2000, now with 76 cities offered. Our clients are mostly architects offices on annual trips. Tours are tailor-made for groups, we don’t have daily walks or allow individuals to join tours.
Our policy is to focus on getting regular news about the most interesting buildings and on building up a useful, wide-ranging architectural resource. The news is updated daily 7 days a week. e-architect has around 1,800 pages on architects.
Of course we have strong views on architecture, but our policy is to focus on getting regular news about the most interesting buildings and on building up a useful, wide-ranging architectural resource.
We select projects that interest us. So we might cover an intriguing house design but not a major commercial development. We show buildings sometimes that are stimulating even though we may not like the project. We aren’t here to promote any specific style or approach to architecture, we show an eclectic range of work that read over time builds up a picture of current architectural status and direction.
We try and maximise the visual aspect of architecture. Architects tend to be highly visual people and we try and show many images for each project, it is not always possible to do this depending on our sources, but the intention is always there. We have a house style for image processing and for text presentation, but again we sometimes can’t access the raw materials to make this happen consistently.
But back to views and agenda. We both trained as architects in different universities and have views that sometimes differ. We express these through our weekly newsletter, but also over the last twelve years we have written numerous articles in other press, and online at e-architect. Some links below show a small selection of these.
Architecture Tours – Selection
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