About the Collection
The Collection of Women of 20th-Century American Architecture is a publicly accessible, wiki-format database of women architects and designers who have helped make and shape the built environment of the United States. Architecture is defined broadly to include building design, but also landscape architecture, interior design, urban planning and criticism. This interactive database currently lists over 1,050 women architects who practiced between 1885-2000. Completed entries take the form of profiles listing biographical data, notable work, awards, publications, and external links.
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