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.
This exhibition of works by architects and artists installed at Rudolph Schindler's house in West Hollywood, California takes the fraught relationship between the architect and his wife as its theme. More
This year sadly saw the passing of many iconic figures from architecture and design, including architect IM Pei, fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld and lighting designer Ingo Maurer. We remember 10 of the greats we lost in 2019 to complete our review of the year. More
New renderings and details have been released about the two-tower residential development for Toronto that musician and fashion designer Pharrell Williams is working on with local studios IBI Group and U31. More
The Hudson Yards development in New York and a Texas art centre by David Adjaye are among the top 10 architecture projects in the US this year, selected by US editor Eleanor Gibson for our review of 2019. More
Arkansas architect and educator Marlon Blackwell has been named the winner of the highest accolade awarded by the American Institute of Architects in recognition of his work in the country's South. More
BIG and landscape architecture firm James Corner Field Operations have revealed plans for a mixed-use development on the waterfront in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, with a beach that could bolster the resiliency of the shoreline. More
The United Nations announced this year that there is just over a decade to limit the effects of global warming. Here are six installations by architects, designers and artists that aim to raise awareness of the climate crisis and influence change. More
Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich has created sand-covered sculptures of 66 cars and trucks, which he has arranged to resemble a traffic jam on Miami Beach in a bid to raise awareness of the climate-change crisis. More
With activities kicking off in Miami for this year's art week, including Art Basel and Design Miami, we've selected the exhibitions and installations not-to-be missed, including an inflatable bubble gallery and a sand-covered traffic jam. More