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Architects Journal
Yasmin Shariff

  • The AA's unsung women


    As the Architectural Association embarks on preparations to mark 100 years of female membership, historians delving into its archives are uncovering the lives of some remarkable women. Yasmin Shariff reports
  • Schools Pioneer


    A new biography of Mary Medd is a timely reminder of the interdependence of architecture, education and children’s welfare in the modern age, writes Yasmin Shariff
  • Yasmin Shariff compares women in architecture to other professions


    ‘Women can make it to the top but the exceptions mask a kernel of inequality and discrimination’
  • Olympic feel-good factor was a result of masterly design


    Games Maker Yasmin Shariff on how the Olympic Park was transformed by architects and the community of volunteers
  • Comment: Post-BSF future looks bleak


    Sebastian James, author of the James Review, offered little clarity at the IOC Conference on how the government will implement his report’s recommendations for new schools, says Yasmin Shariff
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