Equity by Design’s work—which includes architects like Lilian Asperin, Julia Mandell, and Annelise Pitts—is collaborative and cumulative, rooted in feminist activism and building on work by multiple groups.
Metropolis speaks with Kimberly Dowdell, the Detroit-based president of NOMA, about her vision for expanding the influence of architects of color.
The Lobby’s Just Design initiative, hosted on Archinect, identifies 25 exceptional firms and plans a future certification.
Our contributors comment on an event or a moment from the last year that demanded more of how we should practice, frame, and respond to design.
Today, the American Institute of Architects issued the first of three sets of guidelines on workplace culture. But will it impact the profession for the better?
A new show at AIA New York’s Center for Architecture makes the case for a growing global design movement that is forging its own canon.
The gallery at the AIA New York Chapter takes an unflinching look at the civil rights leader’s call to action, 50 years later.
This year’s annual AIA summit had a notably more diverse and inclusive program, but still alluded to the significant challenges ahead.
The legendary London design school mounted AA XX 100, showcasing a century of women-led architecture.
Columbia University's radical experiments of the late 1960s were tremendously successful in recruiting and retaining minority students. Can we apply them again today?
While women of color continue to face challenges in the design professions, these five designers are scaling new heights—and should be on your radar.
Many colleges are working to be more inclusive, but these architecture and design schools are going above and beyond.
The experimental architecture school announced a new merit scholarship in an effort to re-affirm its deep connection to the city.