Design Director at a large architecture firm in New York, Angie Lee has taken a multifaceted approach that integrates emotional design, technical precision, and artistic intuition in her work for 25 years.
As diversity increases in the art and architectural worlds, we celebrate the work of women in these fields, and question if this presence is enough.
In this Madame Architect feature, Amina Blacksher describes her path from her student days at Yale to starting her own studio.
Architect Andrea Simitch shares insights on the creative process and how female architects are changing the game.
The newly redesigned children’s library at Concourse House is providing a space for residents to come together.
Pioneering architect Anne Tyng knew well the latent power of triangles. In 1953, she drafted the first design of a high rise, space frame tower, using the triangle as a basic structural unit.
New York’s next great green space was designed by a team of women.
Charlotte Perriand was the creative force behind some of Le Corbusier’s best-known designs. Her story sheds light on the gender pay gap that follows us today.
Although the technical merits of Zaha Hadid’s work were widely recognized, she regularly battled sexism in the architectural field.
What is it about minimalist spaces, those mainstays of architectural history classes, that makes them seem cold and alienating to people?