Welcome to the Architecture + Women Archives
This is where we store articles and documentaries which deal with architecture and gender, in the hope to build a slow-growing and continuous resource for the academic and professional communities.
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6 January 2018
A+W NZ member Tina Engels-Schwarzpaul has edited and translated from German the recently-published
1 November 2017
15 July 2017
ArchitectureNow has a news piece on the upcoming A+W NZ / SGA Motu Kaikoura Trust Building Workshop, which is taking place in July / August /
24 February 2017
"The next generation are looking for role models who look like them, and can relate to them." Lusitania Vete.
A lack of role models is a common theme for many women making their way in architectural practice - and this lack of role modelling also extends
10 June 2016
Gentle Foundations: Extrapolations of The Whare in the Bush.
EXHIBITION AND PUBLICATION.
Published September 2014 by St Paul St Publishing and Architecture+
16 October 2015
In response to an email received from Matt Ritani in 2014, regarding access (or restrictions) to the Architecture+Women•NZ membership (database), A+W•NZ Co-Chair
23 November 2014
The Vernacularist: The Environmental Issue, published by The Depot Art Gallery, includes an article The Story of the
11 February 2014
Congratulations to the team who worked on the Architecture For Humanity Glulam Project - whose project has been
29 July 2013
8 July 2013
Teena Hale Pennington has recently been appointed CEO of the NZIA. When Nicole Stock from Architecture + Women spoke to her she had only been in the seat for a few weeks but already she had quite clear goals for the Institute and Architecture in general.
12 November 2012
A number of architects were recently recognised in the NZIA Local Awards.
Lloyd House by Atelierworkshop (Cecile Bonnifait and William Giesen), which is pictured, received this citation from the judges in the Wellington Awards:
11 June 2012
Sarah Treadwell 'Pink and White Descriptions' Architectural Theory Review, Vol 15 No 2