Jennifer is the assistant editor for design and environment at Dezeen.
She was named "new journalist of the year" at the IBP Awards in 2021 and was previously a commercial editor at The Times & Sunday Times.
A fashion editor's apartment in São Paulo and a home covered in panels of mint-green metal mesh feature in our latest lookbook, which rounds up ten lounge interiors where green is used both as a background colour and a striking design statement. More
Kim Kardashian's shapewear brand SKIMS has released an underwear line for people with disabilities, which combines easy-access closures with a range of sizes and colours to suit different skin tones and body types. More
Studio Olafur Eliasson is writing a no-fly rule into contracts, transporting its artworks by train and remote installing them via video calls in a bid to become carbon neutral in the next decade, says the practice's head of design Sebastian Behmann in this interview. More
Aerodynamic seed pods and a methane-catching cow muzzle are among the winning projects of the inaugural Terra Carta Design Lab competition, run by The Prince of Wales and former Apple designer Jony Ive. More
Plans for British architect Norman Foster to lead the reconstruction of Kharkiv are premature and neglect other cities across Ukraine that have also been destroyed by Russian troops, according to Slava Balbek of local architecture studio Balbek Bureau. More
Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky has met with Balbek Bureau to discuss the architecture studio constructing a temporary shelter complex near Kyiv to house locals while their homes are being rebuilt following Russia's invasion. More
Interchangeable modular components eliminate the need for expensive custom building in the Lytra lower-limb prosthesis, created by industrial designer Harry Teng to offer amputees a safe, low-cost standing aid in the shower. More
Efforts to halt catastrophic climate change are being held back by "inertia" in the built environment sector, according to Yamina Saheb, co-author of the latest report from the United Nations climate change panel. More
Graduates from London's Royal College of Art have developed a way to form artificial reefs called Resting Reefs from cremated ashes, in a bid to provide a "meaningful funeral service" that regenerates endangered ecosystems. More
Kyiv practice Balbek Bureau has analysed refugee settlements around the world to develop a blueprint for a modular village that could provide emergency shelter for people made homeless during the war in Ukraine. More