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Despite Marion Mahony Griffin's invaluable legacy, some historians have focused on her relationships with men and her physical appearance. We examine the life and work of one of the first licensed female architects in the United States.
Tomorrow, February 11, is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science and we want to join its revindications with the examples of two women engineers who have paved their own paths in a traditionally male-dominated field.
Zaha Hadid was the first woman to win a Pritzker Prize, the world's highest architectural award, in 2004. But before her, there were other women whose work did not receive the same recognition. We look at the life and work of Denise Scott Brown, one of the most influential architects of the 20th century.
Jeanne Gang designed the St. Regis Chicago skyscraper, a 101-storey, 363-metre-tall megastructure inspired by the geometry present in natural materials like crystal and sapphire. These are the iconic buildings that owe their construction to influential female architects.