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Women In Architecture discrimination survey

AJ survey reveals rise in workplace sex discrimination

Three quarters of the 430 women architects surveyed in the AJ’s 2015? Women in Architecture Survey said they had suffered discrimination - a rise from two thirds of those polled in 2014

Rachel Haugh

Rachel Haugh: 'The name change is not going to change me'

It has taken 28 years for Rachel Haugh to get her name over the door at the practice she co-founded with Ian Simpson. Why has it taken so long?

Children playing outside

Role models: Elizabeth Denby and Marjory Allen

In the inaugural year of the Ada Huxtable Prize, Daisy Froud looks at Elizabeth Denby and Marjory Allen: two women who pioneered new ways of thinking about housing

Women in Architecture Survey 2015

Women in Architecture Awards shortlists

WIA shortlists 2015

Revealed: finalists in Women in Architecture Awards

The AJ can reveal the finalists for both the 2015 Woman Architect of the Year and the Emerging Woman Architect of the Year awards

Coppin Dockray

Coppin Dockray completes £2million bathroom showroom

[FIRST LOOK + PROJECT DATA] London-based Coppin Dockray has completed this ‘futuristic’ bathroom showroom in south east London

Threatened: Paolozzi murals at Tottenham Court Road

Architects agree to meet campaigners over threatened Paolozzi murals

Hawkins\Brown agrees to talk with campaigners over threatened Eduardo Paolozzi murals on Tube

Edward Bennett

Tributes paid to architect killed in scooter accident

Family and friends have paid tributes to architect Edward Bennett, who died earlier this month after his scooter collided with a car in south London


Nearly half of 1,824 architects kicked off ARB register rejoin

Almost half of the 1,824 architects kicked off the ARB register earlier this month for failing to pay the £107 annual retention fee have rejoined


Discrimination starts in the studio

The Women in Architecture survey shows discrimination is more rife in the office than on site, says Rory Olcayto

Laura Mark

The glass ceiling is still in place

But we are beginning to see the signs of a change in attitudes towards equality in the workplace, says Laura Mark


WIA Cover

23.01.15: Women in Architecture

Subscribers can view this week’s AJ here

Alison Brooks’ Newhall Be. Client: Linden Homes and Galliford Try

More Homes, Better Homes: Take the AJ's housing survey

Working in housing? Take the AJ’s anonymous survey to help us uncover the realities of what it is like designing the country’s latest homes


The Business of Architecture

Subscribers can view the AJ’s Business of Architecture supplement here