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 photographer and is currently studying a postgraduate diploma in interior design.
Buildings adapted to marine environments and paper structures designed for funeral ceremonies are among the sustainability-focused architecture proposals in this VDF school show by Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). More
This Virtual Design Festival school show features work by industrial design students from the Zurich University of the Arts, including a deceptive VR experience and a handbook that addresses waste in design. More
A renewable energy facility, underwater farms and buildings designed to restore and empower communities are among the 10 students projects in this VDF school show curated by Drury University's Hammons School of Architecture. More
University of Art and Design Linz students look to the future of fashion in this Virtual Design Festival school show, which features projects ranging from upcycled clothing to garments that explore gender boundaries. More
Herman Miller is exhibiting five seating collections for work environments at VDF products fair, including the casual Striad lounge chair by Markus Jehs and Jürgen Laub that is modelled on ski boots. More
The creative director and co-founder of Qwstion, Christian Kaegi, sheds light on why the sustainable Swiss brand is infiltrating the production chains of major companies in this interview for VDF x Alcova. More
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