Architecture A Woman's Profession

What changes in teaching and practice, if any, are created by the increasing number of women entering the profession? Do the similar numbers of men and women students attending architectural schools in the west signal a gender-specific architecture? Well-known women architects from Europe and the USA discuss these matters and report their academic and professional experiences, how they see the way ahead and argue - from individual points of view - for a debate on educational structures and how the practice of architecture is composed.

Contributors include: Barbara Bestor, Caroline Bos, Alison Brooks, Elke Delugan-Meissl, Jeanne Gang, Lisa Iwamoto, Sheila Kennedy, Regine Leibinger, Farshid Moussavi, Fuensanta Nieto, Monica Ponce de Leon, Mary-Ann Ray, Dagmar Richter, Denise Scott- Brown, Nasrine Seraji, Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter and Jennnifer Wolch.


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Author:Jovis Publishing

Subtitle:A Woman's Profession


Editor:Tanja Kullack




Width (mm):170

Length (mm):238

Weight (g):635