Responses from 14,360 architecture graduates signaled modest equity gains, though major gender- and race-based professional gaps remain.
The interior expert of the new Netflix reboot opens up about his journey as a designer, his experiences on the show, and the possibility of a second season.
Kathryn H. Anthony, author of Defined by Design,explores the gender biases hidden in Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House and Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth house.
As these three female NASA alums prove, the space agency is a breeding ground for urban planning, product design, and architectural ideas.
Architects would do well to take note of how female designers, like the founders of Egg Collective, are organizing to promote each other’s work.
The current backlash against trans people using public toilets that match their gender identity is only the latest chapter in a long history of restroom anxiety.
While the transgender movement may be currently illuminating the issue, toilet privacy is a basic human right that educational institutions can provide through thoughtful design.
Providing sanctuary and shelter for battered women
The recent controversy over Denise Scott Brown and the Pritzker Prize served as both a litmus test on the status of women in the field, and a wake-up call for an entire profession struggling for relevancy and respect.
What needs to happen to keep women practitioners engaged in the architecture profession?
Will the powerful female economy change the way furniture is designed and sold?
The old cliché of males produce while females consume is alive and well.
As urban dwellers we need to open our eyes and extend a hand to one another