Lizzie is 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 former creative network YCN as content editor, writing 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.
A labyrinth of brick walls and angular mirrors define the Dutch Holocaust Memorial of Names, which Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind's studio has completed in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. More
Today marks 20 years since the World Trade Center in New York City was destroyed in a terrorist attack. In the final part of our 9/11 anniversary series, architects share their memories of the traumatic event and the impact that it had on architecture. More
Author Justin Beal has written a book on World Trade Center architect Minoru Yamasaki. Continuing our series marking the anniversary of 9/11 he told us about Yamasaki's experience designing the building and his influence on architecture. More
The attack on the World Trade Center 20 years ago had a significant impact on skyscraper design. Continuing our 9/11 anniversary series we look at how skyscrapers will change over the next two decades. More
The terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center threw the safety of skyscrapers into the spotlight, but since then they have become taller and more ambitious. As part of our 9/11 anniversary series, we look at how skyscraper design has changed over the past 20 years. More
The UK government has decided to demolish Grenfell Tower four years after a fatal fire tore through the block of flats in west London, following a report that states the building should be "deconstructed at the earliest possible opportunity". More
The terrorist attacks on New York's World Trade Center helped the public understand the importance of architecture, says the architect who masterplanned the rebuilding at Ground Zero in the next part of our 9/11 anniversary series. More