Making Space: A History of NZ Women in Architecture Book
Brilliant, hardworking and creative, women architects have made many significant contributions to the built environment, creativity and community of New Zealand. This groundbreaking book spans over a century, telling the story of women making space for themselves in a male-dominated profession while designing architectural, landscape and urban spaces.
Written by 30 leading women architects, architectural historians and academics, the book’s bold, vivid chapters shine light on hundreds of remarkable women, including many whose careers have until now been lost to the historical record. It also canvasses those using architecture to benefit whānau and communities, the careers of women in associated industries, and the determined strategies many have adopted to make the architecture profession a better place for themselves and those who follow them.
Making Space is a significant contribution to our architectural and social history.
28.5 x 23.5 x 2.5cm
Softback - 448 pages