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Jenna McKnight

Denver, New York
Contributor — Dezeen
Covers:  Architecture, design, culture
@Dezeen contributing editor. Expertise in architecture, design, culture. Formerly editor in chief at Architizer, news director at Architectural Record.

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Jenna M. McKnight is an award-winning journalist and digital strategist with a deep passion for architecture, design, and culture. Her work has taken her around the world, from reporting on humanitarian projects in Haiti and Burkina Faso to covering international design expositions. She has held senior positions at major print and online publications such as Architectural Record and Dezeen, in addition to serving as the first digital editor at the global architecture firm Skidmore, Owings &…

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Wheeler Kearns Architects has completed an elegant, low-lying residence for a pair of nature lovers in Illinois  #architecture
What a cool project! Affordable senior housing and a public library are co-located within this Chicago building by John Ronan Architects  #architecture
At the Adidas headquarters in Germany, Behnisch Architekten has created a snazzy office building that resembles a soccer stadium  #architecture
Metal screens and glazed walls wrap this Wyoming house, which was designed by CLB Architects to preserve wetlands and wildlife habitat  #architecture
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What was your first job as a journalist?

Daily newspaper reporter

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How is social media changing news?

Increasing the role of the citizen journalist; exposing news more quickly and easily; diminishing readers' desire for deep reporting