Tag : women in architecture
The number of BAME architects employed by the UK’s top 100 practices has dipped, according to new data collected by the AJ
There are plenty of deserving people who have been denied the Gold Medal, both men and women, writes Paul Finch
It’s time to step up the pressure for equal paySubscription
The gender pay gap is in the national spotlight, now we need positive action to improve the figures, writes Emily Booth
14.02.19: Women in ArchitectureSubscription
The AJ’s Women in Architecture issue features interviews with Elizabeth Diller, co-founder of Diller Scofidio + Renfro and winner of this year’s Jane Drew Prize; and architectural photographer Hélène Binet, who has won the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize for women working in the wider industry. PLUS We revisit O’Donnell + Tuomey’s Saw Swee Hock LSE student centre to see how it is faring five years on; the AJ’s Working in Architecture ...
Women in Architecture: Mind the pay gapSubscription
The AJ reveals the results of its latest Working in Architecture Survey and asks: how can the profession close its persistent gender pay gap?
The highest ever number of women have applied to study architecture and related subjects at university in 2019, while applications from men have fallen
Practices employing 250 or more staff must reveal their gender pay gap. Here’s architectural practices’ figures for 2019 and 2018
Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas has criticised Italy’s national institute of architects for failing to recognise his wife and business partner Doriana after it awarded a lifetime achievement award solely to him
Leading industry figures, including previous Jane Drew prize winner Eva Jiřičná and writer Lesley Lokko, will judge next year’s Women in Architecture Awards
The designer and facilitator talks to Adam Branson about how she set up an investment company alongside running her practice