Ewa Effiom is a London-based Belgo-Nigerian architect, writer and producer. He is a practicing architect having worked at several practices in both London and Manchester and was a member of the Architecture Foundation’s New Architecture Writers’ second cohort. Mythology, collective identity, popular culture and their inextricable links to the built environment are recurring themes in his work. He has been published in the Architect’s Newspaper, the AJ, ICON, Wallpaper*, the Modern House magazine and Ex Libris, and came second place in the Tallinn Architecture Biennale’s 2021 Curatorial Competition with a proposal entitled Adaptive Re-use. He is an MSA Alumni and since graduating has become an associate lecturer on the MA in Architecture + Urbanism course.