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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Jonathan Tuckey Design has revealed plans to extend the former home of Walter Segal with an addition like an "overgrown ruin", while Turner Prize-winning collective Assemble has designed a shed for the garden. More
A team of architects, planners and engineers has won a contest seeking ideas for how the UK government could instigate growth in the Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford corridor, with plans to revitalise six villages by adding housing, and a network of cycling and pedestrian routes. More
Carmody Groarke has unveiled plans to erect a see-through hood over Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Hill House in Helensburgh, Scotland, to help protect it from the elements during conservation works. More
Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto and Belgian studio AWAA teamed up to design this mixed-use tower complex on the outskirts of Brussels, which will comprise a scooped roof and facade covered in tree-lined balconies. More
Foster + Partners has unveiled plans to add a glazed terminal building to Marseille Provence Airport, which will link the 1990s extension designed by Richard Rogers with the original 1960s building. More
World-renowned architects have signed a letter warning the Architectural Association that axing its publications and exhibitions departments through staff cuts will damage the school's reputation as a place of "cutting-edge debate". More
A home referencing the hop-drying towers of the Kent countryside, designed by British architects James Macdonald Wright and Niall Maxwell, has won the RIBA House of the Year 2017 competition. More
A house made using a rammed-earth construction technique developed to rebuild a village destroyed by earthquake has received the title of World Building of the Year 2017 at the World Architecture Festival awards. More
A network of elevated pathways that takes tourists through paddy fields and over an 6,500-year-old archaeological site in China's Hunan Province has received the title of World Landscape of the Year 2017 at the World Architecture Festival awards. More
A garage and offices located within a former missile factory and a tiny hutong cafe, both in Beijing, are among the category winners from day two of this year's Inside festival awards. More