Of course, this list could go on and on as there certainly isn’t a shortage of women to choose from. In no particular order here’s our top 7 women who have delivered classics, continue to showcase unprecedented design flair, and who are at the forefront of bringing new ideas and talent to the world of design. We want to celebrate these women for their talent and contributions to design.
You don’t have to go very far in the design world before you come across an original or Eames inspired piece of furniture. The Eames’ passion for making and showcasing of their projects through film, made a mark on iconic mid-century design and …
Lina Bo Bardi
Brutalist architecture tends to be an acquired taste. But with projects which still remain sensitive to its surroundings and users, Bo Bardi stands as a true champion of modernism.
As the most recent winner of the Woman Architect of the Year Award, Jeanne Gang makes it onto our list for her practice’s innovative use of material fabrication and development of urban spaces.
As an activist for cities that work for people, Helle Sholt’s work in Gehl Architects constantly challenges our understanding of the human scale within public spaces.
We’re drawn to SelgasCano’s attention to developing a connection with nature and the use of colour across a range of their projects.