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Jeanne Gang named Architect of the Year and Gabriela Etchegaray winner of the Moira Gemmill Prize for Emerging ArchitectureVideoSubscription
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March 2016: Women in ArchitectureSubscription
1429: Jeanne Gang, Kazuyo Seijima, Charlotte Skene Catling, Tatiana Bilbao, Moira Gemmill Prize for Emerging Architecture, Jane Drew Prize: Odile Decq, Ada Huxtable Prize: Julia Peyton Jones
‘Despite the pulls of gender, there is still the work – the ideas, designs and buildings that transcend any single notion of identity’Subscription
Identifying as an architect is a kind of drag, a mannered persona donned for effect
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
Odile Decq wins the 2016 Jane Drew Prize: ‘I’m still at war - there’s so much to fight for’Subscription
A creative powerhouse, spirited breaker of rules and a vocal advocate of equality
Odile Decq has won the Jane Drew Prize and Julia Peyton-Jones has been awarded the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize in the annual Women in Architecture Awards.
The AR is delighted to announce the shortlists for the Woman Architect of the Year and the Moira Gemmill Prize for Emerging Architecture
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.