Designing Women by Annmarie Adams and Peta Tancred
Historically, the contributions of women architects to their profession have been minimized or overlooked. Designing Women explores the tension that has existed between the architectural profession and its women members. It demonstrates the influence these women have had on architecture in Canada, and links their so-called marginalization to the profession’s restrictive and sometimes discriminatory practices.
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