History of Women in Architecture
Found in 76 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of the papers of Carmen Espegel Alonso, practicing architect in Madrid, Spain, including correspondence, a copy of her thesis, graphic dossiers, and a catalog of her architectural work.
The Kristine K. Fallon Papers document Fallon's contributions to the built environment, the application of computer technology in design, and the advancement of women in architecture from 1979 through 2016.
The collection contains two small pamphlets and one loose-bound booklet about the organization Femmes Bâtisseuses d'Afrique (Women Builders of Africa). Materials are primarily in French; there are some English translations of phrases in the two small pamphlets.
The Marcia Feuerstein Architectural Collection contains information about architecture school projects and teaching information from classes led at University of Pennsylvania and Temple University. Notes, sketches, correspondence, and photographs from professional design and renovation projects as well as competition entries are included. Also included are conference and lecture materials, copies of papers and publications, and photos of artwork.
Nancy Florence was an architect based in northern California. She designed residences and studios throughout California and the Northwest. This collection documents her personal and professional activities between 1954-2014, including her architectural studies, organizational activities, travel, projects, and career with her practice, The Design Collaboration.
"Glass Ceilings: Highlights from the International Archive of Women in Architecture Center," selected exhibit panels
"Glass Ceilings: Highlights from the International Archive of Women in Architecture Center" was an exhibition held at the Virginia Center for Architecture in Richmond, Virginia, as part of their Dominion Exhibition Series and was on display from March 4-June 6, 2010. It featured the work of pioneering women in architecture and design from the International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA) collection at Virginia Tech.
This collection includes the papers of Lois Davidson Gottlieb, architectural designer, author, and lecturer. It includes photographs, writings, storyboards, and printed material relating to her various professional activities as an author and lecturer, as well as some drawings from her work as an undergraduate and graduate student. Also includes files and drawings relating to her work on various residential design projects dating from 1951 to 2002.
Louise Hall (1905-1990) was an American architect, who taught art and architectural history at Duke University from 1931 to 1975. Her papers document her teaching career, architecture career, and personal life.