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Here's a Timeline of the History of Women in Architecture

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Great news! Architecture is not only a depressing, decaying, dying industry that hires no one but it's also somewhat sexist. Never mind the fact that Zaha Hadid won the Stirling Prize last year and Chicago's Jeanne Gang was awarded a MacArthur Genius Grant: according to a survey recently conducted by The Architectural Record, more than 60 percent of female architect respondents said they've “experienced sexual discrimination in their work environment" and half believe they would earn more if they were men. Below, find the full (and thoroughly impressive) infographic drummed up by the folks over at Arch Daily.

· Infographic: Women in Architecture [Arch Daily
· 63% Of Female Architects Say They've Experienced Sex Discrimination [The Jane Dough]