Women in Design

We are a forum and network of architect-activists for equitable practice and gender parity based at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
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IWD is tomorrow!

Click here for a who’s who list of the IWD event.

IWD Workshops on Dirty Words and Resilient Healing Spaces

Join us this Tuesday and Wednesday for workshops with Marilyn Moedinger of Runcible Studios (Dirty Words) and Adaku Utah of Harriet’s Apothecary (Co-creating Resilient Healing Spaces) as part of our event celebrating International Women’s Day!

Speaker Panel for Radical Practice: Asserting Power and Agency

Come check out speakers Diana Al-Hadid, Atyia Martin, and Julia King this Tuesday in a panel discussion moderated by Susan Surface.

International Women’s Day at the GSD!

See event schedule below:

Denise Scott Brown and Robert Venturi share AIA 2016 Gold medal

  We couldn’t be prouder to be part of this! Here’s an excerpt from WiD’s Caroline James on the long-overdue award: “The 2015 Gold Medal round was the first in history when the application for Venturi and Scott Brown was opened, considered, and embraced. Over three decades, many had urged Bob to apply on his own, but he...

Denise Scott Brown Visits GSD

Petition for Denise Scott Brown

Women In Design has launched a campaign to advocate for Denise Scott Brown for equal recognition for the Pritzker Prize. Women in architecture deserve the same recognition as their male counterparts. Denise Scott Brown’s contributions were seminal to her partner Robert Venturi winning the prize in 1991. It was an unfortunate oversight by the Pritzker...