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.
David Adjaye and Aston Martin, BIG and NASA, and Frank Gehry and Hennessy were some of the unexpected duos that collaborated on design projects in 2020 – which we've rounded up as part of our review of the year. More
Fashion designer Virgil Abloh doesn't "believe in disciplines" and instead thinks architecture should be used to explore many things. In this interview, he explains how his architectural training helped create his brand Off-White. More
We're continuing our review of the year with the top 10 US architecture projects of 2020. They include David Adjaye's pink-concrete store, SOM's museum for the United States Army and MAD's first project in America. More
US architecture and design school Harvard GSD has removed Philip Johnson's name from a house he built while studying at the institution in response to a campaign calling for a rethink of the Nazi-supporting late architect's legacy. More
Some of the year's most varied houses, including homes with undulating concrete roofs, bright yellow windbreakers and wonky skylights, were in Chile. US editor Eleanor Gibson selects eight of the best Chilean houses to continue our review of 2020. More
New York City-based architect Carlos Zapata and Quito-based developer Uribe Schwarzkopf have completed a 24-storey glass residential building, which appears to be split in two, in the Ecuadorian capital. More
Creative director Gabriella Khalil has created Grand Cayman's first boutique hotel, the beachfront Palm Heights, filled with collectible design pieces like Mario Bellini sofas, Ingo Maurer lights and an Ettore Sottsass rug. More
Architecture firm OMA is building a seven-mile-long, underwater sculpture park, which it says will bolster the shoreline of Miami Beach against the effects of climate change and include installations that can only be viewed while snorkeling. More