The two architects are forever intertwined
Women in Design
Furniture and industrial designers, architects, landscape architects, urban planners, textile designers, critics and more: Here are the women shaping the built environment, their professions, and their industries.
An appreciation of the trailblazing architect behind some of Park Avenue’s most iconic buildings
Amazing women architects and designers are all around us. One place to find them—and with it, a window into how they experience and practice design—is on Instagram.
Sizzling graphics, bright colors, and bold juxtapositions
400 Forward—a Knight Arts Challenge grant winner—seeks to find and coach future designers in Detroit.
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San Francisco has a myriad of notable projects designed by women, including the Heart Building facade and the new Asian Art Museum.
Since starting her eponymous architecture firm in 2007, Davis has designed buildings that support women's rights and true sustainability, while overcoming vulnerabilities.
Through innovative adaptive reuse, Nadine Maleh builds for diverse low-income and homeless populations in New York City.
In honor of Jane Jacobs’s 100th birthday, explore her life and legacy, from the battles over NYC’s LOMEX to Jacobs’s later years in Toronto to the Robert Moses-Jane Jacobs opera. Then take our quiz to see how your neighborhood meets Jacobs’s criteria for a successful city.
Today’s architects and urban planners use, misuse, and reinterpret the ideas of Jane Jacobs.
Where Are the Women Architects? asks why female designers have struggled to gain a foothold in the profession.
From a series of daring drawings to exceptional buildings, Zaha Hadid has constantly pushed boundaries and sought to