Tag Archive: Women in design

Ten Hot Spanish Architects

I chose this terrible title based on a male friend’s advice, of course. M., a dear Sevillan architect, argued that good architecture is always hot, regardless of the gender of its architect. Therefore… Continue reading

Gender Check: Bartlett UCL Lecture Series Spring 2014 #fail

As we praised the ETHZ DARCH Lecture series for being surprisingly equal on their podium this semester, the same can’t be said about the Architecture School of the Bartlett, London. The Bartlett International… 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

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