From Aulenti to Wigglesworth: 26 More Women Who Changed Architecture

Architizer's A+Awards — the world’s largest awards program for architecture and products — is open for entries! The extended entry deadline is January 27 — Click here to submit your project or product now. A little over two months ago, we published an article titled From A to Zaha: 26 Women Who Changed Architecture designed to spotlight some of the very best talent to have been recognized by Architizer’s A+Awards. We were truly blown away by the feedback we received. Readers, we learned, were excited by the opportunity to celebrate the many women who have had a major impact on architecture — women whose contributions have too often been overlooked. As we pointed out at the time, our original list was just a starting point. There were many, many qualified women who didn’t make the cut solely due to limited space. Indeed, when the time came to create a follow-up piece, it wasn’t hard to come up with a list of 26 equally impressive names. We’d like to extend a big thanks to everyone who contributed suggestions in the comments of the original article. Left: Aulenti posing at the Musée D’Orsay via World-Architects.com; right: One of ...
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