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A Blueprint for Women Architects to Overcome Discrimination

Adele Peters

Even though women make up around half of graduating architecture classes, only 17 percent make it to leadership roles at firms. Mia Scharphie, a landscape architecture student at Harvard, talks about how her own self-doubt eventually led to a petition to honor Denise Scott Brown, a female architect whose male collaborator was exclusively given the Pritzker Prize in 1991. How can female architects get more recognition for the work they do? Great, thoughtful op-ed.

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