Tag : Women in Architecture
I could not find a single answer to this question, but a whole spectrum of experience only partially captured by the responses to the Women in Architecture (WIA) survey. With women making up half of architecture students, as then editor of the Architects’ Journal, I hunted the spectre of the missing 25 per cent among qualified architects.
The Women in Architecture survey provides disturbing insights into the experiences of 1,152 women worldwide – alarmingly, more than one in five would not recommend a career in architecture.
Julia Peyton-Jones awarded the 2016 Ada Louise Huxtable Prize: ‘when push comes to shove, architects can change the world’Subscription
A nurturer of architectural vision who has made architecture available to many
Welcome to Women in ArchitectureSubscription
The Women in Architecture campaign, in association with The Architectural Review and the Architects’ Journal, seeks to change the profession for the better.
WIA partner: Darling AssociatesSubscription
‘Fundamentally, we are all striving for a gender neutral industry’
WIA partner: GrimshawSubscription
’All practices must do what they can to achieve diversity within their ranks’
WIA partner: Foster + PartnersSubscription
‘Being part of the Women in Architecture programme has been an incredible experience’
WIA partner: MICA ArchitectsSubscription
‘It is one of the major issues that our profession needs to address seriously and proactively’
WIA partner: EPR ArchitectsSubscription
‘Our commitment to creating a studio culture welcoming to all has attracted the very best talent from across the built environment’
WIA partner: BuckleyGrayYeomanSubscription
‘It provides a very positive forum for tackling gender-equality issues within the profession’