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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20 June 2019
The end of an era - Lynda Simmons is the last of the initial founding group to
22 November 2018
We are always very proud to have the support of Australia's Parlour, world leaders in issues of equity, gender and architecture. On 5 November 2018, Parlour published an article on the
14 September 2017
A+W NZ Timeline Opening 7 Sept 2017, 5 pm
Auckland University of Auckland, Level 2, Building 421
At the opening event of the Re-
12 April 2017
Our condolences go to the family and friends of Architect Dorothy Mahon, who passed away on 7 April 2017, aged 92 years.
MAHON, Dorothy Isabel (nee Gawith):
Dorothy Gawith was enrolled at the University of Auckland Architecture School in 1944,
26 January 2017
31 March 2016
The Pioneer Class: Women who Started at the Auckland School of Architecture in 1972.
Fifty-one independently pioneering women attended the Auckland School of Architecture in the 25 years between 1947 and 1971. We can identify them
5 December 2015
A+W•NZ supports Future Islands, The New Zealand Pavilion at the 15th Venice Biennale of Architecture, opening in late May 2016.
To help out, we are the sponsor of the official
2 September 2015
Obituary - Marilyn Reynolds
Architecture+Women•NZ are very sad to hear of the passing of Marilyn Reynolds (nee Hart) on Monday 31 August 2015.
24 February 2015
12 June 2013
Bobby Shen attended the recent Transform conference, held in Melbourne 30 May 2013, along with a team from New Zealand, ranging from students to mid-career architects. His summary of the interesting, provocative and well-organised day can be found
11 February 2013
image: Patrick Reynolds
Marilyn Hart was one of the founding members of The Group and one of the few female architectural students in the 1940s. There she met Ian Reynolds and the two married in London in 1949. After