Top women architects suffer - from men's 'club' attitude ...
Some of the best known women architects in the country - and none with enough work. If Zaha Hadid, Eva Jiricna, Elsie Owusu and Sarah Wigglesworth were men, they would all be run off their feet, and opera would be drifting across Cardiff Bay: this was the consensus of the speakers at Westminster University's 'Four women architects' event last week.
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