Mimi Zeiger writes how the hard work of #MeToo is decidedly less swift and less spectacular than any celebrity takedown.
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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?
Responses from 14,360 architecture graduates signaled modest equity gains, though major gender- and race-based professional gaps remain.
A handful of exhibitions and performances during the month-long design festival radically interrogate gender and space.
This year’s annual AIA summit had a notably more diverse and inclusive program, but still alluded to the significant challenges ahead.
Women Design includes a balance of prominent figures (Aino Aalto and Denise Scott Brown, for example) and lesser-known names (like Lora Lamm, a Swiss-born graphic designer).
The can't-miss Now What?! Advocacy, Activism & Alliances in American Architecture Since 1968 will be on view in Brooklyn during the AIA Conference on Architecture.
'We Will Not Stand Silent': 150 Demonstrators Gather at the Venice Biennale To Demand Equity in Architecture
Odile Decq, Martha Thorne, Farshid Moussavi, Jeanne Gang, and others protested this morning to demand equal representation in the architectural profession.
The legendary designer and Le Corbusier collaborator broke the mold with her Modernist, male contemporaries, according to a show at Matthew Rachman Gallery.
Metropolis's director of design innovation discusses the influential women she has invited for a panel discussion this Thursday titled "Women of Influence in the Business of Design."
The site is the culmination of a five-year research effort by the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation.
The legendary London design school mounted AA XX 100, showcasing a century of women-led architecture.
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.
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.
Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara are both powerful thinkers, considered conversationalists, and unobtrusively groundbreaking designers.
With ties to building and academia, the New York firm is forging a new kind of architectural practice.
When Betsky wrote Building Sex over 20 years ago, he thought architecture and interior design's gender issues would be more or less resolved by now. He was wrong.
Four women urbanists reflect on how Jane Jacobs has inspired their work and their perspectives on the city.
The first American woman to win the arcVision 2016 Women in Architecture Prize, Jennifer Siegal is hoping to redefine the 21st century home.