Lizzie is junior architecture reporter at Dezeen.
She graduated with a degree in architecture from the University of Sheffield in 2016, before joining the magazine as a social media and editorial intern.
Six months later she went on to work for the creative network YCN as content editor, where she wrote for its members’ magazine and student-focused website.
Lizzie returned to Dezeen in 2018 as editorial assistant. In her spare time she is a keen architectural photographer and is currently studying a postgraduate diploma in interior design.
An experimental brick extension, a house with fir-lined reading nooks and an apartment covered in 30,000 wooden blocks are three of the projects vying to be named London's best home improvement of 2020. More
Continuing our review of 2019, Lizzie Crook spotlights 10 of the best staircase designs from this year including concrete steps intended to attract Japanese spirits and stairs that double as a meeting space. More
Continuing our high-tech architecture series we've rounded up 15 examples of the style that you should know, including high-tech highlights the Center Pompidou, Lloyd's building and the Willis Faber & Dumas building. More
This week on Dezeen, Maurizio Cattelan's $120,000 banana at Art Basel Miami Beach was removed from display and Foster + Partners launched its sustainability manifesto. More