Jessica is a freelance architecture journalist. She was Dezeen's architecture editor from 2016 to 2018, after joining the magazine as a reporter two years earlier. Before that, she completed an NCTJ journalism qualification in 2014 and an internship at design magazine Icon.
Jessica grew up in Northern Ireland but moved to London in 2007 to study fine art at Chelsea College of Art.
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A forest home for an art collector in Canada, and a Budapest metro station are among 20 buildings to receive RIBA Awards for International Excellence 2018 – and to be shortlisted for this year's RIBA International Prize. More
The Garage Museum in Moscow is hosting an exhibition dedicated to an anti-modernist manifesto from the 1960s, featuring full-scale mockups of Andy Warhol's famous studio and a conceptual cubist home. More
Japanese studio Kengo Kuma and Associates is designing an aquatics centre on Copenhagen's harbour, featuring indoor pools framed by brick pyramids and outdoor baths that terrace down to meet the sea. More
The Danish inventor on trial for committing murder aboard his self-built submarine helped Bjarke Ingels Group develop the distinctive smoke-ring-blowing chimney of its Copenhagen power plant, Dezeen has learned. More
Researchers at Forensic Architecture are investigating allegations that human rights organisations colluded with human traffickers to smuggle refugees across the Mediterranean, in the latest real-world intervention by the team. More