Tag Archive: women designers


I don’t know what MUF stands for. It is close enough to the French slang term Meuf, which is a reverted form of Femme. The improper, largely sexist, user-based urban dictionary argues it… Continue reading

Reclaiming a seat at architecture’s table: Elsie Krummeck

Few people know Elsie Krummeck. But most architects would have heard about Victor Gruen. Commonly credited as the father of shopping malls, Gruen moved from Vienna to the US fleeing the Nazis. He… Continue reading

women in the design industry: City Modern event

One of the panels of the City Modern Event ‘celebrating New York design’  was discussing the role of women in the design industry and how a female perspective helps to define modern design… Continue reading