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Jonathan Morrison

Jonathan Morrison is the Architecture Correspondent of The Times, where he has been employed for seventeen years, and has also written extensively on the built environment for The Guardian, the Evening Standard and a variety of magazines. He also continues to write for The Spectator on architecture and property, and is a regular contributor to Radio 4 and Times Radio. Before joining The Times, he worked at the Royal Institute of British Architects for three years, helping produce the televised Stirling Prize documentary in partnership with Channel 4.

Morrison has recently completed a 12,000-word book on The Practice of Succession in architecture and construction firms, which drew on the business planning experience of leading firms such as Arup, NBBJ and Rogers, Stirk, Harbour and Partners. When not offending members of the architecture profession with his questions, he can usually be found on a wet Welsh hillside wondering where the nearest pub is. He is working on his first narrative non-fiction book.