History of Women in Architecture
Found in 76 Collections and/or Records:
This collection documents the architect Sally Waldner Bould Stan. She lived from 1917 to 2008, spending most of her life in Lafayette, California. Over the course of her life, Sally designed around 2000 homes as well as numerous notable commercial projects before retiring in 1998. Her collection is comprised of biographical notes as well as drawings for 55 of her professional projects. One standard and five oversized folders.
Anna P. Sokolina is an architectural historian. The majority of the collection consists of her publications, professional documentation, conferences participation, exhibit catalogs, teaching materials, and materials related to her involvement in the International Archive of Women in Architecture.
The Brinda Somaya Architectural Collection (2000-2001) comprises The Hecar Foundation's exhibit "Women in Architecture - 2000 Plus" and publications. Somaya is an architect and conservationist in India.
The collection contains 3 sets of drawings and a publication for the Susume Abe residence completed in 1967. Abe was a famous education critic in Japan.
Rutsu Tanimura is an architect in Nagoya City, Japan. The collection comprises two drawing panels for Asahidai House by Tanimura. The panels demonstrate the design for a house on a sloping site in Aichi-pre.
This collection includes a traveling exhibit created by the American Architectural Foundation of the American Institute of Architects about women in American architecture. The exhibit starts with Louise Bethune, who in 1888 was the first woman to join the AIA. Materials include exhibit panels, planning documents and research for the creation of the exhibit.
The collection consists of plans and information about 15 demonstration houses in a model village at the 1939 World's Fair in New York.