100 Women to Watch in Architecture

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Select women on recent A+Awards Jury panels, clockwise from top left: Céline Semaan, Natsai Audrey Chieza, Amanda Ferber, Alison Brooks, Pascale Sablan and Fernanda Canales. Find out more about the jury here.

The future of architecture is female. That’s what recent A+Awards winners have taught us, with more women than ever leading teams in conceptualizing, designing and delivering some of the world’s best architecture around the globe. Women have been the creative force behind dozens of winning projects in recent seasons, from B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio’s Yoko Fujii and Apparatus Architects’ Gabriella Gamma to KIENTRUC O’s Anni Le and Formafatal’s Dagmar Štěpánová.

For the 10th Annual A+Awards, there is also a growing number of pioneering women on the program’s preeminent jury, setting up a refreshing prospect: Many of this year’s A+Award-winning projects will be designed by women, and rewarded by women, too.


Architizer Editorial contributions by Hannah Feniak, Paul Keskeys, Nathan Bahadursingh and Pat Finn.