Women in architecture: a contemporary perspective

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Rizzoli, 1990 - Architecture - 144 pages
Examines the work of women architects from twenty countries, discussing their achievements in all aspects of architecture, as well as the national context within which each architect works

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Lorenz's book has ambitious intentions. She wants it to serve as an international who's who of women architects. In each entry she outlines the professional life of the architect and uses photographs ... Read full review


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Denise Scott Brown USA
Magreet Duinker Holland

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