Elizabeth Glickfeld is a design writer based in London. Writing across two- and three-dimensional design and visual culture, she writes for various publications including Eye, Disegno, Design Issues, Domus and Frieze magazine. She is co-author of the book 100 ideas that changed design (to be published by Laurence-King in 2015), co-founder and -editor of the independent design magazine Dirty Furniture and a lecturer in design history at Kingston University. She holds a masters degree from the Royal College of Art in Critical Writing in Art and Design and was a lecturer and tutor in design theory and history at Swinburne University in Melbourne, Australia. She has also trained and worked internationally as a graphic designer.
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