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By Xiaoxi Chen Laurent and Kate Reggev Powerful, thoughtful women are easy to find at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP). On November 11th, Architexx teamed up with GSAPP to host the Roundtable Lecture “Women in Architecture: Between Practice and Pedagogy,” a conversation with Karla Rothstein (Latent Productions) and Galia Solomonoff […]
By Yixia Xu For most undergraduate students, the spectrum of practices open to us in the field of architecture–whether construction, design or consultation–can be disconcerting and slightly overwhelming. But what’s the difference between working in a firm that performs these services in-house compared to a firm that outsources those services? Under this year’s theme, “Futures […]
by Milena Zindović The book “Women in Architecture | Contemporary architecture in Serbia since 1900,” is the first publication on this topic in Serbia. The series of articles and interviews present a window into the work and lives of a number of successful women architects’ who have worked, or still work in Serbia, from the beginning of […]
By Sarah Rafson In Lean In, arguably the most influential recent book on women in the workforce, Sheryl Sandberg tells us that by adopting certain professional behaviors women can contribute to the betterment of the gender as a whole. Sandberg’s critics counter that institutionalized barriers–some obvious, others hidden– prevent even the most ambitious, savvy women from achieving their full professional potential. […]
By Alexandra Theoni Mantzoros The ArchiteXX Brown Bag Lecture, “Design Studio Culture: Futures of Architectural Education,” held at Syracuse University on November 13, 2014, was focused on achieving a healthy work/life balance, particularly in regards to architecture studio culture. Julie Larsen, a partner at Aptum Architecture and Yutaka Sho, partner at the GA Collaborative, both […]