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<br>Now What?! Advocacy, Activism, and Alliances in American Architecture since 1968</br>An Exhibition by ArchiteXX


Now What?! Advocacy, Activism, and Alliances in American Architecture since 1968
An Exhibition by ArchiteXX

*****BREAKING: NEW YORK EXHIBITION CANCELLED DUE TO FIRE AT PARSONS, PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES AS WE RESCHEDULE EVENTS. THE EXHIBITION WILL TRAVEL TO LOS ANGELES THIS SUMMER AS PLANNED.***** Now What?! is the first exhibition to examine the little-known history of architects and designers working to further the causes of the civil rights, women’s, […]


3rd annual: women. wikipedia. design. #wikid

3rd annual: women. wikipedia. design. #wikid

Help us celebrate  Women’s History Month by writing at least one woman architect, designer or someone involved in the built environment into wikipedia. ArchiteXX would like to invite everyone you know to help write into wikipedia women designers, architects and all those involved in the creation of our built environment during the month of March. […]


Leaving a Legacy: <br>Aaron Gensler on Embracing Her Roots and Going Out on Her Own

Leaving a Legacy:
Aaron Gensler on Embracing Her Roots and Going Out on Her Own

By Julia Gamolina Aaron Gensler is a designer, activist, educator and thought leader based in Los Angeles. She recently founded GenslerClipp, an Architecture, Research and Design practice, and has previously held design positions at a diverse array of firms including Gensler, DS+R, and Active Social Architecture (ASA). In her past lives she exhibited as an […]


Design with Consideration: Jennifer Preston on Listening Fully and Finding Power in Her Voice

Design with Consideration: Jennifer Preston on Listening Fully and Finding Power in Her Voice

By Julia Gamolina Jennifer Preston is Partner at SHELTER Stories, a sustainable architectural design practice. Her design process weaves building science, material craft and spatial beauty. Her work is driven by an open-minded rigor, and a respect for nature; the result is lasting sanctuary. In addition to SHELTER, she is a Design Architect for The Laurentia […]


Museums and Motherhood: <br> Erin Flynn on The Type of Architect She Wanted to Be

Museums and Motherhood:
Erin Flynn on The Type of Architect She Wanted to Be

By Julia Gamolina Erin Flynn is an architect and a museums-specialist at Cooper Robertson, and a mother of two. She has worked on the new Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of Modern Art, and continues to add to the list of NYC museums with her current work as executive architect on the […]