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Can a City Be Feminist?
Upon the release today of her new book Feminist City, Leslie Kern catches up with Metropolis on how cities can be more equitable for all genders.
Politics Has Failed Mothers. Can Design Help?
Designers, curators, and entrepreneurs are scrambling to make sense of motherhood in a culture that’s often hostile to it.
Building Sisterhood: How Feminists Sought to Make Architecture a Truly Collective Endeavor
Metropolis looks back at the history of feminism and architecture, finding areas where there has been progress—and where advocates have lost ground.
Architecture’s New Feminist Activism Tackles the Profession’s Gender-Bias
Despite their healthy representation in architecture schools, many women still end up leaving the building profession. That’s a loss of talent architecture can’t afford.