Patrick Dillon

Patrick Dillon

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Patrick Dillon was born in London in 1962. Awarded a scholarship to Trinity College, Cambridge, he instead studied architecture in London, and qualified as an architect in 1987.

Alongside his writing and broadcasting interests, Patrick Dillon works as an architect specialising in historical buildings. He restored the Benjamin Franklin House, near the Strand, led the team regenerating Snape Maltings, home of the Aldeburgh Festival, and is currently working on the masterplan for the National Theatre in London.