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Women in architecture


The Invisible Women: How female architects were erased from historySubscription

8 March, 2017 By Eva Álvarez, Carlos Gómez

As stars or workers, women are often not attributed with authorship of the work; they are oppressed by the fact of being women

Feminist posters see red womens workshop architectural review 3

Waging war: pay for domestic labourSubscription

By Edwina Attlee

Silvia Federici argued in the ’70s that capitalism relies on unpaid domestic labour undertaken by women. Her words ring with new resonance today

Ad 1973 photomontage by gunther de graaf cosmorama architectural association

Women with attitude: AAXXSubscription

By Elizabeth Darling

From the advent of female undergraduates in 1917, the Architectural Association has spurred feminist activism in the profession

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