Olivia was the digital director of Dezeen until February 2018. She managed the digital team and led all special editorial projects. She won an industry award for Dezeen Hot List, which was named Best Content Idea – Digital at the BSME Talent Awards 2017.
Olivia is also a Young Trustee of the Architecture Foundation and assisted with the curation of its Papers festival at the Barbican in 2016.
Olivia read History of Art at London's Courtauld Institute of Art, and reviewed exhibitions for Artlyst while completing her studies. She then went on to work for a commercial London art gallery and the Burlington Magazine, an academic journal, before joining Dezeen in 2014.
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Photographer Peter Bloomfield spent four years behind-the-scenes on the construction site of London's Barbican Estate, documenting the iconic brutalist development as it "emerged from its chrysalis of scaffolding" (+ slideshow). More
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The curator of a new exhibition of drawings by Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh has selected six works for Dezeen, explaining how he used his drawing skills as "a valuable promotional tool". More
Curved wooden benches and stools "grow" from a gridded floor of dyed timber installed in the sculpture gallery at English stately home Chatsworth House. More
A pedestrian bridge in Bristol, England, is the latest architectural landmark to be enveloped in fog by Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya (+ slideshow). More
Oslo design studio Anderssen & Voll has designed a watering can with a long, precise spout and plant pots especially for cacti and herbs, as part of a collection of tools for indoor gardening (+ slideshow). More
World-famous nightclubs including Berlin's Berghain and London's Fabric are illustrated in this series by Barcelona-based graphic designer Pablo Benito (+ slideshow). More