Bridget is a reporter for Dezeen.
She graduated from University College of London with a master's degree in European history in 2014, with a focus on modernist architecture in Tel Aviv. While studying, she worked for a start-up involving product transparency, and then moved to New York City to continue working within the fashion and start-up industries.
Bridget joined Dezeen as an intern in summer 2017, before she was made editorial assistant and then reporter for the US team.
Jennifer Bonner has ambitions to disrupt the American architecture scene by focusing on bizarre concepts and southern typologies. The architectural designer talks Dezeen through six of her projects, including an Atlanta house with a jagged roofline and a property that resembles a sandwich. More
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