James Taylor-Foster is a writer, editor, designer, and curator of contemporary architecture and design at ArkDes, the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design. Formerly European editor-at-large at ArchDaily, he has practiced architecture in the UK and The Netherlands. In 2016 he co-curated the Nordic Pavilion at the 15th Biennale Architettura di Venezia; in 2018 he participated in the central exhibition of the 16th.
His interests focus on and around architecture and the built environment, design, e-culture, and technology. With bylines at ArchDaily, Metropolis, PIN-UP and Domus, he also writes for Volume, Monocle, Mousse, Disegno, and Real Review, and is a regular voice on Monocle 24 radio. He is course coordinator for the European Cultural Academy in Venice and has been a visiting critic or lecturer in architecture at the University of Cambridge, The Bartlett (UCL), the Architectural Association, the CASS, the Strelka Institute, TU Delft, the Berlage Institute, and MIT. He sits on the advisory board of the Future Architecture Platform (MAO/Creative Europe).