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Jelisaveta Načić

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1878, Belgrade

Jelisaveta Načić was a notable Serbian architect. She is remembered as a pioneer who inspired women to enter professions which had earlier been reserved for men. She was not only the first female graduate in architecture from Belgrade in 1896, she was also the first female architect in Serbia.
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Charlotte Perriand

Paris, France
born 1903, Paris

Charlotte Perriand was studying furniture design in Paris. In 1927 she applied for a job at Le Corbusier’s studio in 1927. Unimpressed, he dismissed her work with the comment: “We don’t embroider cushions here.” When her work was put in display at the Salon d’Automne, he was impressed and offered..

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Henrieta Delavrancea

Bucharest, Romania
born 1897, Bucharest

Henrieta Delavrancea (1897–1987) was a Romanian architect and one of the first female architects admitted to the Superior School of Architecture in Bucharest, but because of the suspension of her classes during World War I, she was not the first female to graduate. She was one of the most known..

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Věra Machoninová


born 1928, Strakonice

Věra Machoninová was a Czech architect. She designed most of her buildings with her husband, Vladimír Machonin. The Machonins were part of the strong generation that began creating at the time of the waning historicism of Socialist Realism, and which from the mid 1950s was establishing..

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Manfredo Tafuri

Venice, Italy
born 1935, Rome

Marxist architectural historian of the Renaissance and modern era and architectural theorist Manfredo Tafuri studied architecture at the Scuola Superiore di Architettura at Rome. He attended courses by Giulio Carlo Argan, chair of art history at Rome in 1959 and the Marxist philosopher Galvano..

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Flores & Prats Arquitectos

Barcelona, Spain
est. 1998, Barcelona

Established in 1998 by Eva Prats and Ricardo Flores, it is dedicated to confronting theory and academic practice with design and construction activity. The studio has been involved in several kinds of projects, especially for Public Administration through open competitions. These include..

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BAAS Arquitectura

Barcelona, Spain
est. 1994, Barcelona

BAAS is an architecture and design studio founded by Jordi Badia (Barcelona, 1961) in 1994. The practice strives to meet and solve, simply but also sophisticatedly, the complex requirements that each project lays down by constructing useful and appropriate buildings to a high technical level and..

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CollLeclerc

Barcelona, Spain
est. 1996, Barcelona

CollLeclerc is a Barcelona-based practice combining both an academic and a professional agenda dedicated to the research on New Urban Landscapes: new answers for the contemporary public space, architecture, landscape and infrastructure in the city. Operating almost exclusively out of..

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