Women In Architecutre Now
Photo © Michael Moran / Otto
Women in Architecture Now
Park Hill

Crashing the Boys' Club
In the 45 years since Denise Scott Brown came on the scene, female architects have come a long way. Or have they? An essay by Sarah Williams Goldhagen investigates the serious obstacles that remain.

Photo courtesy Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates

Women's Voices / Women's Work

Slide Show: Women's Voices / Women's Work
RECORD asked a number of women architects to comment on their experiences in the profession. View a slide show of their work and read comments from Ann Beha, Louise Braverman, Sharon Davis, Toshiko Mori, and many others.

Photo: Toshiko Mori's Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems / Photo Iwan Baan

Social Housing Projects

Editorial: Let's Talk About Sex
Women in the world of architecture.

Photo © Michel Arnaud

Women and the Changing World of Architecture

RECORD editor in chief Cathleen McGuigan speaks about women in architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.

Game Changers: New Projects by Women
The Art of the Matter

The Art of the Matter
Selldorf Architects
New York City
On the site of a former parking garage, Annabelle Selldorf creates a gallery building that exudes restrained drama and quiet rigor.

Photo © Jason Schmidt

Cultural Bridge

Cultural Bridge
Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects
Hong Kong
On a thickly overgrown slope of Hong Kong, Tod Williams and Billie Tsien create a journey through time and space for the Asia Society.

Photo © Michael Moran

Open Platform

Open Platform
IwamotoScott Architecture
San Francisco
Treating weighty materials with a light hand, a local design team transforms a former warehouse into a communal workspace for cloud developers.

Photo © Bruce Damonte

Pushing The Envelope

Pushing The Envelope
Fougeron Architecture
San Francisco
Constraints enhance creativity as Anne Fougeron demonstrates in a San Francisco house renovation.

Photo © Joe Fletcher

The Strong Silent Type

The Strong Silent Type
Studio Odile Decq
Rennes, France
For a contemporary art center, an architect plays with light and transparency to create a new home for the collection as well as an experience for discovering it.

Photo © Roland Halbe

Vertical Intergration

Vertical Intergration
Gigon / Guyer Architekten
Zurich
At 413 feet, Zurich's tallest building is emblematic of a neighborhood's delicate balancing act—once an industrial district, it is being transformed into a business and design hub.

Photo © Heinrich Helfenstein

Poetic Justice

Poetic Justice
Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects
Austin, Texas
An innovative pinwheel plan brings daylight into a rugged cubic building that strengthens the public realm's imprint in a historic part of the Texas capital.

Photo © Tim Hursley

House On Ravine Edge

House On Ravine Edge
Shim-Sutcliffe Architects
Toronto
Shim-Sutcliffe Architects' House On Ravine Edge is a series of low pavilions that make the most of Toronto's unusual terrain.

Photo courtesy Shim-Sutcliffe Architects

Snapshot
CMA CGM Headquarters

CMA CGM Headquarters
Zaha Hadid Architects
Marseilles, France
Zaha Hadid's first tower, completed in September 2011 for container-shipping company CMA CGM, is visible beyond low-rise buildings in Marseilles's Grands-Carmes district.

Photo © Christian Richters

Book Review
Building Seagram

Building Seagram
The era in which it seemed possible to regard the work of Mies van der Rohe as a product of pure geometry untouched by mortal concerns on its journey from his brain to physical reality has happily passed. Never, though, has a single work been examined in such intricate and fascinating human detail as is his iconic New York tower in Phyllis Lambert's Building Seagram, a comprehensive account of the building's inspiration, design, construction, and preservation.

Photo © Jason Schmidt

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