‘Women in Architecture’ is a theme that is part of the contest series ArchWeekly, a new brand of journal competitions inviting participants to engage in critical conversations on selected themes from several disciplines of architecture and design.
While architecture is one of history’s oldest professions, women have only been part of the picture for about a century. Women have been proving their passion for architecture in a male-dominated profession yet the society has been challenging their role in the industry.
The buildings designed by female leads have a different design process to it. Some female architects have executed extraordinary building designs but they are in minority. We need to bring a majority of women into the light for people to know them and how they have brought up new opportunities to design fields by breaking the stereotypes.
The call is thus, to infuse feminism, amplify them, write about them, support them and be more open to them
More Than A Boy’s Club
An essay advocating for Women in Architecture.
Women In Architecture: An Overview
A present-day rendering of women in the field of architecture.
Explore the entire result on the competition WEBSITE.Save