The Architect: Women in Contemporary Architecture

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Maggie Toy
Wiley-Academy, 2001 - Architecture - 184 pages
The objective of this book is to banish the notion of architecture being a male–dominated field by showcasing the work of a wide variety of world–class women architects, demonstrating the role women are playing in contemporary architecture. ∗ First book of its kind to survey the role of women in architecture. ∗ Features a wide international selection of world–class contemporary women architects. ∗ Beautifully illustrated throughout.

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Featuring 34 women architects working worldwide, this book opens with a summary of the work done by some of the best-known women architects in history and then provides capsule biographies of each ... Read full review


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