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10 Estudios de arquitectura dirigidos por mujeres [II] | Metalocus

10 Estudios de arquitectura dirigidos por mujeres [II] | Metalocus

Norma Merrick Sklarek (April 15, 1928 – February 6, 2012) was an African-American architect who accomplished many firsts for Black women in architecture. In 1954, she became the first African American woman licensed to practice Architecture in the United States. In 1980, she was the first woman to be elected Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. In 1985, she became the first African American woman to form her own architectural firm.

Last year, the world of design and architecture lost a notable contributor: Norma Merrick Sklarek. She broke all kinds of cultural boundaries to become the first black woman with an architecture license in the United States.

Glass House In The Garden By Flavin Architects And Zen Associates

magnificent Glass House Patio Modern design ideas with brick fireplace ceiling lights enclosed patio Freestanding Patio gazebos greenhouses pavilion ribbon

Černobílá fotografie z irácko-rozený architekt Zaha Hadid v její londýnské kanceláři, 1985 - Foto Christopher Pillitz / Hulton Archive Collection / Getty Images (oříznuté)

About Zaha Hadid (1950-2016), An Architect of Firsts

Marion Mahony Griffin, In 1895 Mahony was the first employee hired by Frank Lloyd Wright and went to work designing buildings, furniture, stained glass windows and decorative panels.[3] Her beautiful watercolor renderings of buildings and landscapes became known as a staple of Wright's style, though she was never given credit by the famous architect.

Marion Mahony Griffin - Frank Lloyd Wright's first employee and one of the first licensed female architects in the world

mexican architecture firm tatiana bilbao-  Those walls and tile floors are incredible.

mexican architecture firm tatiana bilbao has designed 'casa ajijic', a summer house on chapala lake in jalisco, mexico.

Gisue Hariri & Mojgan Hariri of Hariri & Hariri Architecture. Women-led architecture firm based in NYC.

Gisue Hariri & Mojgan Hariri of Hariri & Hariri Architecture. Women-led architecture firm based in NYC.

The firm, whose projects include the Neue Galerie in Manhattan, will come up with a new design for the Frick, replacing Davis Brody Bond.

Frick Collection Names Selldorf Architects for Its Renovation

The firm, whose projects include the Neue Galerie in Manhattan, will come up with a new design for the Frick, replacing Davis Brody Bond.

DENISE SCOTT BROWN. Nacida en 1931 en Zambia y de nacionalidad estadounidense, escribió "Aprendiendo de Las Vegas: el simbolismo olvidado de la forma arquitectónica", junto a Robert Venturi y Steven Izenour. En 1991, su marido obtuvo el Premio Pritzker del año, el Jurado ignoró la colaboración entre ambos y dejó a Venturi como único homenajeado. Ella no asistió a la ceremonia de entrega del premio y su marido declaró en el evento que la arquitectura es la más colaborativa entre todas las…

'Arquitetas Invisíveis' reconocen a 48 mujeres en la arquitectura: "en las sombras"

Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown. The Beauty—and Complexity—of Married Architects -- New York Magazine

Denise Scott Brown Demands Recognition from #Pritzker - Image: #Postmodern Power Couple Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown

Denise Scott Brown Demands Recognition from Pritzker

Image 6 of 10 from gallery of Spotlight: Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown. Photograph by Frank Hanswijk

After graduating, she applied for jobs but was turned down 19 times. "They weren't hiring women or African Americans, and I didn't know which it was [working against me,]" she told the Palisadian-Post in 2004. -- Norma Merrick Sklarek, the first African American woman to become a licensed architect, who worked on Terminal 1 at LAX and the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo.

Norma Merrick Sklarek dies; pioneering African American architect

Norma Merrick Sklarek, the first African American woman in the country to become a licensed architect, who helped produce Terminal 1 at Los Angeles International Airport and the American Embassy in

Julia Morgan Awarded 2014 AIA Gold Medal

Julia Morgan Awarded 2014 AIA Gold Medal

The American Institute of Architects has named Californian architect Julia Morgan as first female recipient of the AIA Gold Medal, 56 years after her death.

casa ajijic' by tatiana bilbao, chapala lake, jalisco, mexico

modelarchitecture: casa ajijic’ by tatiana bilbao, chapala lake, jalisco, mexico

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Today's Architects Turn Heads in London Every Year

The female architects listed here overcame various obstacles in a traditionally male profession to become world famous women in architecture.

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