Edwin Heathcote

Trustee and Mentor
Edwin Heathcote
Edwin Heathcote

Edwin Heathcote is a founding trustee of Blood Mountain and a British-born architect and designer of Hungarian descent. He has been the architecture and design critic of The Financial Times since 1999. He is an influential  voice on diverse issues of the arts and the built environment. Edwin has lived and worked in Budapest intermittently over the years and he is the founder of Izé (in colloquial Hungarian, meaning ‘things’), a hardware manufacturer produced in Hungary and specialising in bespoke ironmongery and lighting design by leading architects and designers. Alongside Blood Mountain, Edwin is a founding trustee of the Charles Jencks Foundation in London and a former trustee of Open House UK. ft.com.arts.design