Girl Talk: Marion Mahony Griffin
An architectural historian examines the extraordinary career of a pioneering woman architect, who started her career in the Oak Park studio of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Unforgetting Women Architects
It’s time to write women architects back into the history of architecture — starting with Wikipedia.
Hollywood’s onscreen professional worlds are populated largely by white men, and one of the whitest and most masculine of these worlds is architecture.
Queer Old Things
In Paris in the mid 20th century there emerged a zone of queer space — a lesbian archipelago on the Left Bank that was both novel and ostentatiously radical.
For nearly half a century, the pioneering landscape architect Martha Brookes Hutcheson used her own farm to empower women and to build an ecological design theory through action.