Jennifer is design and environment reporter at Dezeen.
She was previously a commercial editor at The Times & Sunday Times and has written for publications including Vice and Huck.
Originally from Berlin, she has a degree in media and communications from Goldsmiths, University of London.
An exhibition about nightclubs at the V&A Dundee and the first-ever Mexico Design Fair are among the events listed in Dezeen Events Guide this May, while the Venice Architecture Biennale is also taking place after its postponement last year. More
American journalist Evan Townsend has designed the True South flag for Antarctica to create a distinctive identity for the continent and encourage its protection by the rest of the Earth's inhabitants. More
Berlin design students Lobke Beckfeld and Johanna Hehemeyer-Cürten have developed a translucent fruit-leather bag that dissolves in water and can be used to fertilise plants once it is no longer needed. More
Dutch design brand Moooi has partnered with 3D artist Andrés Reisinger to mass-produce his Hortensia chair, which went viral on Instagram as a rendering and become known as "the chair that could not be made". More
To mark Earth Day, we've rounded up seven materials that designers are using to replace more polluting mainstays such as plastic, concrete and leather in a bid to limit the impacts of climate change. More
Researchers at Purdue University have developed an "ultra-white" paint that reflects 98 per cent of sunlight and deflects infrared heat, allowing buildings to cool below the surrounding air temperature. More
Photographers Robert Rieger and Felix Brüggemann have released a book that pays homage to the recently closed Tegel airport and captures its distinctive hexagonal terminal that once served as a bastion of freedom for walled-in West Berlin. More
Nairobi Design Week, a retrospective of work by Yayoi Kusama and a tour of Frank Sinatra's Palm Springs estate designed by E Stewart Williams are among the architecture and design events listed in Dezeen Events Guide this April. More