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Marianne Brandt

Chemnitz, Germany
born 1893, Chemnitz

Marianne Brandt (1 October 1893 – 18 June 1983) was a painter, sculptor, photographer and designer who studied at the Bauhaus school and became head of the metal workshop in 1928. Brandt's designs for metal ashtrays, tea and coffee services, lamps and other household objects are now recognized as..

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Elizabeth Denby


born 1894, Bradford

Elizabeth Denby was born in Bradford, Yorkshire, and studied Social Science at the London School of Economics (LSE) between 1916-17. At the LSE she learned rigorous research methods and picked up an interest in sociology that informed her work as an urban planner.

In the 1920s, Denby became..

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Milena Zindović

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1982, Belgrade

Milena Zindović is an architect, currently based in Belgrade, Serbia, whose interests include urban planning and architectural design, and research on sustainable and inclusive urban development. She works as an independent architectural professional on various design projects, from housing to..

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Lidija Butković Mićin

Zadar, Croatia
born 1982, Rijeka

Lidija Butković Mićin gained her MA in Art History and Philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb and is working as an assistant at the Department of Art History of the University of Zadar, Croatia. She is enrolled in the PhD program at the University of..

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The book "Ada Felice-Rošić and Nada Šilović; a Woman's Touch in Architectural History of Rijeka" and the exhibition of the same title, organized at Rijeka City Museum from November 2013 until January 2014, are dedicated to architects who have made an important contribution to Rijeka's..

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The book "Women in Architecture | Contemporary architecture in Serbia since 1900" (Editor-in-chief: Milena Zindović), is the first publication on this topic in Serbia. The series of articles and interviews present a window into the work and lives of a number of successful women architects who..

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Ethel Charles

Cornwall, United Kingdom
born 1871, Calcutta

Ethel Mary Charles (25 Mar 1871– Apr 1962) was the first woman to be admitted to the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in 1898. She was born in Calcutta, Bengal India.

Ethel and her sister Bessie were articled to Sir Ernest George and Peto, the architectural practice of Ernest..

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Minnette de Silva

Kandy, Sri Lanka
born 1918, Kandy

Minnette de Silva (1 February 1918 – 24 November 1998) was an internationally recognized architect, considered the pioneer of the modern architectural style in Sri Lanka. She was a fellow of the Sri Lanka Institute of Architects and a first Sri Lankan woman to be trained as an architect and the..

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This residential building, created within IBA Berlin 1987 framework as part of IBA Block 2, brought a brick cover to Dessauer Straße. The 4-storey house has a passage in the middle, with balconies above it. The entrances are arranged to the right and left of the passage. The façade looks lively,..

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IBA Block 2

Berlin, Germany
by Romuald Loegler, ...

Block 2, the plot between Dessauer Straße, Stresemannstraße and Bernburger Straße in Berlin-Kreuzberg, was a part of the International Building Exhibition IBA Berlin 1987. The controversial block was originally considered a site for an ecological building by Frei Otto, but was ultimately..

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Christine Jachmann


born 1946, Lüneburg

Christine Jachmann born on November 18th 1946 in Lüneburg, Germany is a renowned German architect, known for her pragmatic approach towards alternate living models in society and her work to actively provide and promote spaces for the existence of “different living” in the standardised world of..

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The tale of the everyday life of the post-Yugoslav cities and socialist modern mass housing narrated through the eyes of the privatised and self-modified apartments. In the last three decades, hundreds of thousands of individuals contested the original architectural design of modernist mass..

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The building at Dessauer Straße 36/37 was designed by German architect Christine Jachmann and was a part of the so-called "Women's block" IBA Block 2 of the International Building Exhibition IBA Berlin 1987.

[h]Christine Jachmann and IBA[/h]
In her article named, “The iba Block 2 in berlin..

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