Jenna has been writing about architecture and design for over 15 years. Her work has taken her around the globe, from post-earthquake Haiti to the Milan furniture fair.
She joined Dezeen as US editor in 2015 and helped launch the magazine's office in New York.
Jenna was formerly editor-in-chief at US architecture site Architizer and news director at Architectural Record. Before joining Dezeen she was digital editor for architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
She has previously received an Associated Press Award for distinguished journalism achievement and was included in Surface Magazine’s Portfolio of American Influencers.
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US studio Form4 Architecture has designed a Palo Alto office complex that features rectangular structures wrapped in glass and metal, with curved elements that are meant to represent the "highs and lows of exploratory research and development". More
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Red handmade bricks and corrugated metal form this dormitory at a school in an Andean village in Bolivia, which was designed and built by Berlin architecture students and German architect Ralf Pasel. More
Tiny homes, an apartment building and a boarding house make up the Virginia Placer development, which Charles Cunniffe Architects has designed for a Rocky Mountain community in Colorado with a dearth of low-cost housing. More
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