There are few topics that stir up more controversy on ArchDaily that that of women in architecture. From those of you who vociferously advocate for women in the field to those who steadfastly purport that gender has no place in architecture at all, you, our readers, represent a wide spectrum of viewpoints and opinions on the subject.
And so, in honor of International Women’s Day, we’ve decided to take a look back at our past comment-stirring articles. Start with our incredibly popular Infographic: Women in Architecture and The 10 Most Overlooked Women in Architecture History; read our most recent editorial on the subject, which tackles that “groan-inducing” Guardian article about women making “prettier cities”; then check out our controversial Editorials – ”Is Zaha’s latest prize really an advancement for women?” and our simply titled “Women in Architecture: We Need Them“; and finish off by giving your own two cents, letting us know your answer to the question: “How Can We Close the Gap?“
AD Editorial Round Up: Women in Architecture originally appeared on ArchDaily, the most visited architecture website on 08 Mar 2013.
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