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Women in Architecture

The RIBA exhibitions and public events deliver inspiring programmes, providing a platform for rigorous debate and visual experiences about historical and contemporary architecture. Since opening our Architecture Gallery in 2014 we have hosted historical exhibitions from Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Palladian Design to contemporary site-specific installations such as the critically acclaimed The Brutalist Playground by Assemble and Simon Terrill. Our purpose is to connect the RIBA Collections with contemporary practice to create engaging and thought-provoking programmes for people of all ages and backgrounds.

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Chasing the Sky: 20 Stories of Women in Architecture

Riera Ojeda, Oscar
Chasing the Sky, is a book that showcases twenty of Australia's leading women in architecture. Chasing the Sky is the second book in the `20 Stories' series, with each edition featuring different aspects of the architecture industry.
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Gender Studies in Architecture: Space, Power and Difference

Kuhlmann, Dorte
"Adapted from a translation of Raum, Macht, Differenz: Gender in der Architektur, Edition Selene, Wien 2005."
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Women, Modernity, and Landscape Architecture

Dumpelmann, Sonja
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New Chinese Architecture: Twenty Women Building the Future

Williams, Austin
The first survey of China's leading female architects, featuring 20 established and emerging talents making an impact on the national scene.
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Where Are the Women Architects?

Stratigakos D
Published in association with Places Journal.
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Breaking Ground: Architecture by Women

Hall, Jane
A ground-breaking visual survey of architecture designed by women from the early twentieth century to the present day
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Women and the Making of Built Space in England, 1870-1950

Darling, Elizabeth; Whitworth, Lesley [e
Explores the relationships between women and built space in England between the 1870s and the 1940s. This collection features historians working in cultural, literary, architectural, urban, design, labour, and social history approach the topic through case studies of often neglected organisations, individuals, practices and initiatives.
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