Jennifer is the assistant editor for design and environment at Dezeen.
She was named IBP's New Journalist of the Year in 2021 and was shortlisted for Best Specialist Writer at the BSME Talent Awards the following year.
Previously, she was a commercial editor at The Times & Sunday Times.
Reclaimed architectural timber and wood from a felled street tree form the furnishings of two hotel suites that designer Jan Hendzel has revamped for London's Town Hall Hotel in time for London Design Festival. More
London studio Pearson Lloyd and Britain's Design Council are among the founding signatories of Design Declares, a new campaign launched at London Design Festival to help UK designers tackle their environmental footprint. More
Integrated solar panels could help electric cars rival their fossil-fuel counterparts by making them less reliant on charging points and potentially free to run, says Lightyear's Emanuele Cornagliotti in this interview as part of our Solar Revolution series. More
British company MysteryVibe has developed a sex toy that can be slipped over the penis to help the wearer achieve and maintain an erection while also stimulating their partner during intercourse. More
British practice Local Works Studio has developed a range of outdoor furnishings for the Amanda Levete-designed Maggie's Centre in Southampton using reclaimed waste materials from the building's construction, as well as from the local area. More
A Swedish house with a stairway hidden behind a bookcase and an architect-revamped new build in the Netherlands feature in our latest lookbook of ten homes with colourful staircases that draw the eye. More
Northumbria University graduate Harriet Almond has developed a prototype for a detector that can sniff out the gases released by decaying food and suggest ways to use the ingredient depending on its freshness. More
An insemination dildo and an udder massager feature in the Happy Cow collection of conceptual sex toys, which Central Saint Martins graduate Ece Tan has developed for bovines based on common farming tools. More
A cup that detects drink spiking and a scrambler to block upskirting photos are among five product concepts developed by students from Brunel University to help women defend themselves from physical and sexual harassment. More
Elon Musk's infrastructure firm The Boring Company has opened the first of around 55 stations that are set to be constructed as part of a tunnel network underneath Las Vegas, which will see passengers carried across the city in a fleet of Teslas. More
Furniture company IKEA has donated its products and design services to create a series of refugee support centres in Eastern Europe, set up by the United Nations to offer aid and sanctuary to the most vulnerable groups displaced by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. More
A Mumbai apartment with its own temple and a Tokyo home for three generations and eight cats feature in this lookbook highlighting ten intergenerational households that showcase how interiors can balance privacy and community. More
European architects and designers are struggling to source wood for their projects as Russia's invasion of Ukraine has brought imports from the region to a standstill, threatening stocks and driving up prices across the continent. More
The organisers of the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar have been accused of making misleading promises about the event's carbon neutrality by significantly underestimating the emissions associated with its newly built stadiums. More
Italian lighting company Foscarini has acquired Ingo Maurer – the eponymous brand of the late German designer and "poet of light" – with the aim of bringing his designs to a larger international audience. More