“Frau Architekt” shares the untold stories of influential women architects in Germany
By Justine Testado|
Friday, Mar 2, 2018
There's still so much to learn about pioneering women in the architecture field. One of the Deutsches Architekturmuseum's current exhibitions “Frau Architekt: Over 100 years of Women in Architecture” sheds light on the design works and personal stories of pioneering women architects in Germany, including those who have long remained widely unknown, even to professionals. Get a glimpse of the exhibition below.
Curated by Christina Budde, Mary Pepchinski, and Wolfgang Voigt, the exhibition starts with Emilie Winkelmann, who founded the first architecture studio in Germany in 1907, all the way to post-Reunification design in Berlin and the German federal states. The exhibition includes 22 portraits, project examples, and personal life stories.