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In its latest programme of lectures held each Thursday evening from 2 February to 9 March, the Twentieth Century Society is looking at women in architecture since 1900, and despite the terrible title for the series, Blue Prints, Red Nails, the line-up is promising. Among the speakers are Colin St John Wilson on Eileen Gray; Elain Harwood on Alison Smithson - an attempt to identify her special contribution to the Smithson partnership; and Eva Jiricna on herself. All the lectures are ...


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