Tag Archive: Denise Scott Brown

Happy 8 March!

8 March, women’s day, women’s strike day! In Architecture departments and architecture offices worldwide, it will probably business as usual, but, maybe things have started to move, probably in the wake of the… Continue reading

Sexist Myopia: “The Images of Architects”

It is this time of the year again, when the Venice Biennial of Architecture is around the corner. Before discovering the new one, “Fundamentals”, it is time to reflect on the inherent sexism… Continue reading

8 reasons to rejoice + 8 reasons to fight: 8 March and women architects

March 8 always brings along bad jokes and saddening reports. Here are 8 reasons to rejoice and 8 reasons to keep fighting: 8 reasons to rejoice: 1) The Lina Bo Bardi Together exhibition.… Continue reading

Girls in architecture: a recent press review

What’s up for girls in the architecture world? First, and though it is debated if architecture is an art or a science or both, an very good article from the New York Times… Continue reading

A letter to Rem Koolhaas

Dear Rem Koolhaas, we have never met, or so it seems. We are a non-relevant group. We are about half of the humanity, maybe more. We are also about 20% of our and… Continue reading

Denise and the Pritzker

It has been going around since a while and it reached 15.000 signatures not long ago. The petition for the recognition of Denise Scott-Brown for her work in Robert Venturi’s 1991 Pritzker Prize… Continue reading

Our Top 10 ♀ Theoriticians of spatial theory.

Here is our top-ten of (living) female theoreticians, whose works and theories are relevant to architecture, urban planning and spatial theory, in english. All of them are located or teach in the US… Continue reading