The Architect: Women in Contemporary Architecture
Maggie Toy, Peter C. Pran
Watson-Guptill, 2001 - Architecture - 184 pages
"Architecture grows and develops according to the challenges it faces. Taking up the challenge of refuting the gender divide and welcoming intelligent input, from whatever source, will benefit a profession which, by definition, is serving the people from whom it works and therefore needs to operate within a collaborative framework, one offering equal opportunities according to talent rather than gender."--BOOK JACKET.
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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