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Contributor: Chris Lo

Chris Lo, NRi Digital

Chris Lo

Chris Lo is one of NRI Digital's in-house feature writers, covering areas including infrastructure projects, design and construction, pharmaceutical development and power generation.

As well as conducting interviews and writing features, he edits news and attends industry events. Prior to joining the team he worked as a commissioning editor for a London-based B2B publisher, where he took charge of the editorial content for a range of print and online magazines.

He still works as a freelance music reviewer and takes an active interest in the arts in his spare time.

Chris read history at Royal Holloway, University of London before moving on to City University to study magazine journalism. He has spent the last five years writing and editing for newspapers, magazines and websites.


Sophie Nguyen: an architect’s view on London and Brexit
In the second part of a two-part interview feature, French architect Sophie Nguyen discusses London’s property market. What’s the situation with planning in the UK capital, and how could...

Sophie Nguyen: creating with colour
French architect Sophie Nguyen has extensive design experience in France and the UK, where she set up her own design studio in 2003. In the first part of a two-part interview feature, Nguyen...

Waste not, want not: new start-up aims to clean up surplus construction material
Much progress has been made to limit the construction sector’s waste to landfill in recent years, but what is the next step in sustainable resource efficiency on building sites?...

Central Scotland Green Network: a joined-up approach to green spaces
The Central Scotland Green Network, Europe’s largest green space initiative, has a long-term vision for bolstering the region’s natural qualities, whether urban or rural. The network’s head...

Ruining a ruin: what makes a good restoration project?
The controversy stirred up by the recent restoration of Matrera Castle in Spain is a reminder of the fine line between success and failure when it comes to our historic buildings. Chris Lo...