Ewa Effiome is a London-based Belgo-Nigerian architect, writer and producer. He was a member of the Architecture Foundation’s New Architecture Writers’ second cohort which culminated in a critically acclaimed public programme. Mythology, collective identity, popular culture and their inextricable links to the built environment are recurring themes in his work with a focus on the mythology and folklore that different subcultures instate and are associated with space. He has been published in the Architect’s Newspaper, Dwell, the AJ, ICON, Wallpaper, Frame, OnOffice, Architecture Aujourd'hui, the Modern House magazine, A Daily Dose and Ex Libris. His piece “Architecture, Buildings and Conservation“ in MAJA was nominated for best piece in the 2022 Estonian Architecture Awards and with a proposal entitled “Adaptive Re-use“ he came second place in the Tallinn Architecture Biennale’s 2021 Curatorial Competition. His film “Eagle Mansion“ was premiered at the 2021 Urban Film Festival in Perth and screened at 2022 Melbourne Design Week. He was awarded the 2022 “How Not To Be A Developer” Residency at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, which is the year that his second film “Beck Road” premiered at the Open City festival. “Beck Road“ later screened at the 18th Venice Architecture Biennale entitled Laboratory of the Future as part of the curator, Lesley Lokko’s Carnival public programme. In addition to being a British Council Venice Fellowship mentor in 2023, he was made a 2023 LINA Fellow. After graduating he became an associate lecturer on the MA in Architecture + Urbanism at the Manchester School of Architecture, a post he held until 2022 and he is a visiting critic at the Estonian Institute of Technology and London Metropolitan University.