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Welcome to Women in Architecture

The Women in Architecture campaign, in association with The Architectural Review and the Architects’ Journal, seeks to change the profession for the better.

Now in its eighth year, the Women in Architecture campaign is a an annual survey, a partner programme, and series of events and awards that celebrate the best design by women architects from around the world and promote role models for young women in practice.

  • Alongside our practice partners – who are making a public commitment to equality – we are working to raise the profile of women in architecture worldwide, inspiring change as a united voice of this global call for respect, diversity and equality.
  • Our annual survey offers an important snapshot of the experience of women architects in the UK, and helps us more fully understand the pressures faced. 
  • Our Women in Architecture Awards are a crucial touchstone, inspiring change in the architectural profession by celebrating great design by women architects from around the world.

For the future of architecture to be relevant, we must shake off the shackles of ‘the gentleman’s profession’. The new architect is a vibrant, socially relevant maker of places for people. We look forward to working with you to make it so.

 

Enter the Women in Architecture Awards 2019

Put forward talented women – or nominate yourself. Entry is free.

To to enter, click here

Winners will be honoured at a gala luncheon in March 2019 in London.

If you are interested in finding out more, please contact Mia on +44 (0)20 3953 2986 or email her on mia.gordon@emap.com.

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