Eleanor is US editor for Dezeen.
She graduated from Newcastle University with a BA in architecture before moving to Seville, Spain to work for an architecture studio, and learn Spanish. She is also the co-founder of Foci, an online magazine for arts students, which was awarded the Deutsche Bank Award for Creative Enterprise in 2015.
She joined Dezeen as an intern in 2015, before she was made editorial assistant in 2016, and then promoted to reporter. Eleanor moved to New York to join the US team in October 2017.
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