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What Structures Have Women Designed Around the World?

Throughout history, women have played a pivotal role in shaping the architectural and design world, yet their contributions often remain unsung. As we close out Women's History Month, we're highlighting just a few of these visionary designers who have left a mark on our built environment. From groundbreaking designs to innovative structures, their resilience, creativity, and determination have transformed cities and communities globally. Let's honor their legacy and continue to champion diversity and inclusion in architecture and design.

Amanda Levete

EDP Foundation's Museum of Art, Architecture & Technology | Lisbon, Portugal

Photo by Francisco Nogueira

Jeanne Gang

St. Regis Hotel | Chicago, IL

Photo by JLL

Zaha Hadid

Heydar Aliyev Center | Baku, Azerbaijan

Photo by Helene Binet

Francine Houben

Library of Birmingham | Birmingham, England

Photo by Frosts Landscapes

Julia Morgan

Hearst Castle | San Simeon, CA

Photo by Janet Simmonds

Patricia Patkau

Hadaway House | Whistler, British Columbia

Photo by James Dow

Louisa Hutton

GSW Headquarters | Berlin, Germany

Photo by noshe

Amale Andraos

Museum Garage | Miami, Florida

Photo by MIguel de Guzman


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