Jay Merrick was architecture critic of The Independent for 14 years, and now writes regularly for Architects Journal, Architectural Review, and ICON, and has contributed to publications including Deutche Bauzeitung, Blueprint, New Society, and the Economist. Jay has written on art-related subjects for various publications, and produced essays in architectural monographs for practices including Eric Parry Architects, Grimshaw and Partners, Wilkinson Eyre, Schmidt Hammer Lassen, and Arup Associates. He also acts as a consultant for architectural practices. His novel, Horse Latitudes, was published by Fourth Estate in 1999.
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