IAWA Guide to the Collections
The International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA) was established in 1985 as a joint program of the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. The IAWA began by collecting the papers of those who practiced at a time when there were few women in the field (i.e., before the 1950s). The IAWA, however, now collects the records of women working in the design fields of the built environment to fill the serious gaps in the availability of primary research materials for architectural, women's, and social history research. The purpose of the collection is to document the history of women's involvement in architecture by acquiring, preserving, storing, and making available the professional papers of women architects, landscape architects, designers, architectural historians and critics, urban planners, and the records of their organizations.
Notable Collections include: Lois Gottlieb of San Francisco, a residential designer and author. Louise Hall, long-time member of AIA North Carolina, taught architecture at Duke 1931-1973, and mentored many architects and scholars. L. Jane Hastings, Seattle architect and founder of the Hastings Group. Anna Keichline, architect and inventor, first registered woman architect in Pennsylvania and inventor of the K-brick. Yasmin Lari, first registered woman architect in Pakistan and principal of Lari Associates, Architects & Urban Designers.
Elsa Leviseur practiced and taught internationally in South Africa, California, and England. Eleanore Pettersen, first woman in New Jersey to open her own architectural office. Sigrid Lorenzen Rupp, German-born architect, practiced in Palo Alto, California. Han Schroeder, Dutch architect and Professor of Interior Design at the New York Institute of Technology and Virginia Commonwealth University. Beverly Willis, FAIA, artist, craftswoman, designer, and nationally recognized San Francisco architect. Zelma Wilson, FAIA, architect in Ojai, California. Liane Zimbler, first registered women architect in Austria and later an interior designer in Los Angeles, California. See the IAWA guide to collections below for a complete list of holdings in the International Archive of Women in Architecture.
As part of its mission to also serve as a clearinghouse of information about women in architecture, past and present, the IAWA collects publications written by or about women architects, designers, and planners. These publications are accessible through Addison, Virginia Tech library's online catalog. See for example An Emancipated Place: Women in Architecture, 2000 plus: A Conference on the Work of Women Architects: Focus South Asia and Big Little Knob: Student Life of Frank Lloyd Wright Woman Architect Nobuko Tsuchiura, donated by the authors, Japanese architects, Atsko Tanaka and Nobuko Ogawa. The IAWA compiles biographical information, available to the public in the IAWA Biographical Database. Some materials have been digitized and are available through the VT ImageBase. Patrons wishing to see the archival materials should contact the Virginia Tech's Special Collections or refer to the IAWA on the Internet.
For more information, please contact:
International Archive of Women in Architecture
Special Collections, Digital Library and Archives
University Libraries, Virginia Tech
P.O. Box 90001
Blacksburg, VA 24062-9001 USA
e-mail Special Collections
Biographical Directory: A
HANNA (1920- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1985-1987, n.d. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born 1920. Architect of Warsaw, Poland; Professor at the Warsaw Technical
University. Materials include a lengthy curriculum vitae, reprints of articles
she wrote about urban projects in Poland, and a 1985 catalog she wrote,
"Formation of Pertinent Housing Cooperatives." Part of IAWA Small Collections.
IRIS, COLLECTION, 1956-2002. 0.5 cu. ft.
Development Administrator for Facilities Development Corporation of the
State of New York, building consultant for the Young Women's Christian
Association, and Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Active from
the 1950s until 1991. The collection includes both volumes of A Building
Manual for the YWCA, written by Alex as well as some biographical
information and articles about her work. Also contains correspondence between
Alex and other architects about Julia Morgan. Inventory
available online. Ms2002-026
DOROTHY, PHOTOGRAPHS, 1974. 0.1 cu.ft.
Architect in her firm, D. B. Alexander, 1967- . Projects have
included commercial remodeling for the Arriflex Corporation, Panavision and
the Jack Tilton Gallery. 1989- Staff photographer for Oculus,
the magazine of the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
The collection consists of a set of photos entitled "White Flowers" that were
used as the opening image of a chapter in Women in Architecture, edited by
Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2001-056
DOROTHY, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1939-1994. 3.1 cu.ft.
Educated at the McGill University Architectural School in Montreal, Dorothy Alexander started her own firm in 1961. She also worked for several other firms including Wurster, Bernardi, and Emmons Architects, John Carl Warnecke, and James Baker and Peter Blake Architects. The collection consists primarily of drawings, sketches, and building specifications for buildings designed by the architect Dorothy Alexander. Projects include remodeling work for the Arriflex Corporation, Lowel-Light Manufacturing, as well as several houses designed and built in California. Inventory
available online. Ms2008-089
MARILIA SANT'ANNA DE, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, n.d. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect in Brazil. Collection includes résumé and
magazine articles, including "To Hear the Mermaids: Marília Sant'Anna de Almeida and José Magalhaes Junior: Teatro Municipal, Sao Sebastiao-SP." [Translated from Para ouvir as sereias"] Inventory
available online. Ms2000-097
AMERICAN COLLEGIATE SCHOOLS OF ARCHITECTURE
PUBLICATION, 1990. 0.1 cu. ft.
available online. Ms2001-058
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS PUBLICATIONS, 1990-1999. 0.3 cu. ft.
The AIA is an organization of over 300 chapters established to serve the
needs of architects at the national, state, and local levels. The collection
includes programs for chapter meetings, lecture announcements, and WIA
available online. Ms2001-056
ANISIMOVA, IRINA, BIOGRPHICAL PAPERS, 2008. 0.1 cu. ft.
Biographical sketch, bound booklet entitled "Multistoried apartment houses for Moscow design by Professor Irina Anisimova" dated 2008. Materials in English and Russian.
Part of IAWA Small Collections. Acc2009-036
SUSANA (1935- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1987-1988. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born in 1935. Architect in Athens, Greece, and a founding member of the architectural
firm Atelier 66. Materials include a copy of a lecture she gave in 1987 in Delft, the
Netherlands, to the International Design Seminar; a postcard for an exhibit in Zurich,
Switzerland, of the work she has done with her husband, Dimitris; and a brochure of the
Mavrakakis house in Perdika, Greece, which she and her husband designed. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE OF NEW YORK: ARCHIVE OF WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE RECORDS,
1948-1977. 4.0 cu. ft.
The Architectural League of New York created the Archive of Women in Architecture collection
in 1973 to gather biographical and project data about women professionals in the field of
architecture and related disciplines. The information was used to create a 1977 exhibition and
a companion book, Women in American Architecture: A Historic and Contemporary Perspective,
edited by Susana Torre. This collection consists mainly of copies of form letters and completed
biographical and project worksheets sent out by the AWA in 1973 and materials sent by women in
reply to the solicitation. Other materials include resumes, journal articles and publications,
architectural projects and drawings, photographs of projects, and research material collected
by the archive. Inventory
available online. Ms2005-016
ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE
RECORDS, 1928-1992. 8.4 cu. ft.
The Association for Women in Architecture (AWA) was originally founded in 1922 as Alpha Alpha Gamma, a national sorority for women architecture students. In 1934 the alumnae of the sorority formed the Association of Women in Architecture (AWA) as an organization for professional women architects. Today (2010) the AWA exists only through its Los Angeles chapter, with a membership of approximately 200 women architects and designers in the Los Angeles area, with members-at-large across the country. In 1984 the AWA altered its name to the Association for Women in Architecture. Records include committee reports, correspondence, membership forms and rosters, photographs, scrapbooks, treasurer's files, and newsletters. Inventory
available online. Ms1988-022
MARIA (1951- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1980-2006. 0.2 cu. ft.
Born in 1951.
Landscape architect in Vienna, Austria, and a member of the Austrian Society of
Landscape Architects since 1985. Collection includes curriculum vita with
architectural sketches, articles by Aubock, and drawings for gardens she designed.
Also includes copies of her books, Vienna Gloriosa and Grun in Wien.
2006 additions to the collection include a 2005 exhibition catalog, fliers for a 2006
architecture and landscape conference, an issue of the magazine Historische
Gärten, and a competition catalog for Wohnen in Bayern. Inventory
available online. Ms1996-007
GAE, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1987-2003. 0.6 cu. ft.
Italian architect and industrial designer Gae Aulenti's ability to transform historic public buildings into museum spaces is world renown. Her most important contributions to architecture include Musee d' Orsay (Paris, France), Musee d'Art Moderne at the Centre Pompidou (Paris, France), Palazzo Grassi (Venice, Italy), Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (Barcelona, Spain) and the Asian Art Museum (San Francisco, USA). She has won numerous awards for her work and her exploration in lighting design. Her collection is documented by newspaper and magazine articles, biographical information, and her conceptual computer-drawn designs for the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, California. Inventory
available online. Ms2000-014
Biographical Directory: B
DIANA, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 1990-1995. 2.0 cu.ft.
Landscape architect and design principal of Balmori Associates, Inc. Educated at the University of California, Los Angeles, partner for landscape at Cesar Pelli and Associates (1984-1990), and faculty at the Yale University, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Balamori Associates is well known for designing the landscape and urban design for Bilbao, Spain surrounding the Guggenheim Museum by Frank Ghery. Balamori was also one of four firms chosen to contribute design to the New York City High Line Project. Collection consists of drawings, sketches, and presentation boards for three landscape architecture design projects. Inventory
available online. Ms2004-001
ANGELICA, ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 1983. 0.3 cu. ft.
Architect of Carvalhos, Portugal. Materials consist of six sets of architectural drawings
of the Vamara Municipal da Vila da Feira. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2001-052
LINA BO (1914-1992). BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION AND BOOKS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born in Italy, worked in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Among other
residential and public structures in Brazil, she designed the Museum of
Art Sao Paulo (1958) and the Sesc-Pompeia (1977), a combined sports and
arts center. Her collection includes a press release with biographical
information for an exhibit of her work at the California College of Arts
and Crafts in San Francisco. It also includes Casa de Vidro [Glass House],
Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1950-1951 Centro de Lazer [Leisure Center] SESC,
Fabrica Pompeia. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-018
FLORENCE KNOLL, BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION, 2001. 0.1 cu. ft.
Interior Designer in Coconut Grove, Florida. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2004-010
BAUSMAN, KAREN, BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION, 2006. 0.1 cu. ft.
Founder and Principal of Karen Bausman + Associates, New York, New York. (1995-). Collection includes biographical information for inclusion in the IAWA Biographical Database. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2009-054
MARIA, BROCHURE. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born in 1928. Architect and
partner of Bentel & Bentel, Architects and Planners, of New York, and
a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Collection includes a
brochure of her work with her firm. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-100
BETHUNE, LOUISE BLANCHARD (1856-1913). POSTCARD, 1907. 0.1 cu. ft.
Bethune was the first female associate of the American Institute of Architects, AIA (1888). The collection contains a 1907 postcard featuring Bethune's Lafayette Hotel in Buffalo, NY. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2009-054
BEVINGTON, CHRISTINE BENLIA, CURRICULUM VITAE.
0.1 cu. ft.
Part of IAWA Small Collections. Acc2006-048
REBECCA L., ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1995-1997. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born in 1951. Principal of R. L. Binder, F.A.I.A., Architecture &
Planning, in Playa del Rey, California, and a Fellow of the American
Institute of Architects. Materials include curriculum vita detailing
major projects, employment, exhibitions, publications, activities, and
honors; descriptions of fifteen of her designs; and a copy of the book
Rebecca L. Binder, with text by Eleanor Lynn Nesmith, edited by
Shawna Mullen (Rockport, Massachusetts: Contemporary World Architects, 1995). Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1996-006
ALEXANDRA (1895-1967). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Russian architect in Canada. Received architecture degree in 1914 from the School
of Architecture in Petrograd, Russia. Exiled in 1917; moved to Italy where she
received a degree in 1925 from the Royal Superior School of Architecture in Rome.
Emigrated to Toronto, Canada, in 1929. Designed a residence for artist Lawren
Harris in Toronto and was elected the first woman member of the Ontario Association
of Architects in 1931, yet entered nursing school that same year and spent the rest
of her career as a nurse. Materials consist of research notes, correspondence,
published biographical sources, and card files compiled by Barbara Sankey of Toronto,
who researched Biriukova's career. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-015
NOEL PHYLLIS (1932-1994). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1994. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of New York City. Educated at the Cooper Union
and at Yale University; worked for architectural firms in New York
City and was principal of her own firm. Taught at the New York
Institute of Technology. Papers are photocopies of obituaries and
other biographical information about Birkby. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1994-026
GEORGIA, RÉSUMÉ AND EXHIBIT POSTCARD, 1996. 0.1 cu. ft.
Professor of Architecture and Associate Dean for Academics at
the School of Design, North Carolina State University (1986-present).
Educated at Colby College (B.A. Art, 1967), University of Minnesota
(B.Arch., 1971), and University of Oregon (M.Arch, 1974). Former member
of the Board of Advisors for the IAWA. Collection consists of a
curriculum vitae and a postcard advertising an exhibit of her work at
the Brooks Hall Gallery of the School of Design, North Carolina State
University, in January 1996. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-016
ANNA CAMPBELL (1925- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1976-1987. 0.1 cu. ft.
Artist, architect, and consultant on color and design in
Salt Lake City, Utah; partner of Bliss and Campbell, Architects; and founder
and former President of the Contemporary Arts Group. Materials include a
curriculum vitae; photographs, a 1987 flyer for a CAG conference; three
articles on color and architecture; a notice of an exhibition of a mural Bliss
designed for the Utah State Capitol; and a bibliography of publications,
articles, and catalogs by Bliss. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-017
MILKA T. (1927-2010). PAPERS AND ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 1978-2000. 2 cu. ft.
Born in Bulgaria in 1927, emigrated to France and then to the
U.S. Practiced in New York before coming to Blacksburg where she both
practiced architecture and taught at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
State University. She is a professor emerita of Architecture and Urban
Studies at Virginia Tech. Bliznakov founded the International Archive of
Women in Architecture (IAWA) and chaired its Board of Advisors from
1985-1993. Her papers include curriculum vitae, correspondence, 43
architectural drawings of her residence in Blacksburg, "A Bibliographical
Guide to Their Work: Soviet Women Architects, 1917-1937" written by her
in 1989, papers written during 1979 to 1990, and collected materials about
women in architecture. Ms1991-025
BLOCH, KAROLA, BOOK. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Germany. Her book, Aus Meinem Leben (1981), is located
in the Rare Book Room. CT3150 B5 A3 1981
BODEN-ARCHER, DENDRON. 0.1 cu. ft.
Greek psychologist with an interest in "dream healing" within the framework of
landscape and architecture. Collection includes a biographical sketch and a copy of
an article that she wrote. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2006-004
MONICA, COLLECTION, 2000. 0.1 cu. ft.
One-hour videotape and DVD version entitled Spatial Biography and Mental Maps
produced for the International Women's University, Project Area City and Gender, in Kassel,
Germany in 2000. Created by Monica Bodmer of Lausanne, Switzerland and Prof.
Kerstin Dörhöfer of Berlin, Germany. Includes prologue and sections by twelve
contributors. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2001-009
BOLLDORF-REITSTATTER, MARTHA, ARTICLE, 1998. 0.1 cu. ft.
Photocopy of article with information about Bolldorf-Reitstatter in Steine Sprechen, no. 110, 2pp. 1998.
Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2009-054
CLAIRE, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1995-1998; 2002. 0.1 cu. ft.
The collection contains a copy of Thérèse Bonney: The Architectural
Photographs, a PhD thesis from the University of Zurich. Materials submitted in application
for the first Milka Bliznakov Prize, 2000. See also Bonney's report on
architect Adrienne Gorska. Inventory
available online. Ms1998-023
BORECKA, EVA, BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION, 2006.
0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Slovakia. Collection includes biographical information for inclusion in the IAWA Biographical Database. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2009-054
BRAGSTAD, SUSAN, DRAWINGS, 1983-1989.
1.7 cu. ft.
Collection includes two sets of drawings featuring houses designed by Bragstad in the 1980s; a short biography of Bradstad and a biography of her mother Martha Marie Wagele Mood an artist, photographer, and teacher. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
AUDREY, PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Principal and President of Brians and Associates/Architects, Inc., of
Panama City, Florida. Materials include four brochures - one describes her
firm and includes a curriculum vitae, and three detail her designs. Also
includes a 12-page memoir, "Confessions of an Irreverent Iconoclast" written
in 2002. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-019
BRICKMAN, PEARL M. (1928- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1977-2002.
6.2 cu. ft.
Architect of Southern California. Recieved her Master of Architecture from Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in her 50s. Collection includes three design projects she developed during her years (1977-1979) at SCI-Arc, and fifteen projects from her professional career (1982-2002), including project descriptions, drawings,and progress photographs. Inventory available online. Ms2013-081
BRIERLY, CORNELIA, BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 2007.
0.1 cu. ft.
Printed material from Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) Conference Tour "Peter Berndtson and Cornelia Brierly in Pittsburgh," April 14, 2007. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
BETTINA M. (1957- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1985-2003.
0.1 cu. ft.
Born in 1957, architect in Germany. Collection contains plans and
images of two competition designs from the 1980s, illustrated descriptions of three
projects designed by her firm, Brosowsky & Teschner, Architekten, during 1992-2003.
Also includes a pamphlet written by Brosowsky in 2003 entitled Wolfsburg
Architektur-Stadtplan: Bauten der Jahrtausendwende und die Klassiker
with a city map and descriptions of buildings in Wolfsburg, Germany. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-020
BROTONS DE LA NUEZ,
ROSA MARIA. CERTIFICATE AND PHOTOGRAPHS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Barcelona, Spain. Copy of a 1973 certificate from the Colegio
Oficial de Arquitectos de Canarias, and two photographs of Palacio del Hielo,
a skating rink she designed. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-021
BROWNE, CHARLENE, CURRICULUM VITAE, 1998.
0.1 cu. ft.
11 page curriculum vita.
Part of IAWA Small Collections.
JENNIFER N. (1939- ). RÉSUMÉ. 0.1 cu. ft.
Project Architect, SLR/Architects, Palo Alto, California. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
NADEZHDA, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1965-1988. 2.0 cu. ft.
Nadezhda Budevaska-Salcheva graduated from Sofia Polytechnic in 1949, and
thereafter pursued a career as a champion tennis player. In 1967, she joined the
Sofia Design Organization, where she designed many large buildings such as hospitals
and research institutes. In 1980 she established a private office, focusing mainly on
private residences. The papers include drawings and photos of projects for residential
projects in/near Sofia, Bulgaria, 1965-1988, a photo of a drawing of research laboratories,
newspaper clippings, and a two-page c.v. in English with image of Budevska. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2007-005
BUDIS, SANDA, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Lutry, Switzerland. Architectural drawings and a brochure with
drawings, notes, sketches and slides of "La Conversion/Lutry." Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-022
KAMENOVA, ANETA, BROCHURE, 1987-1999. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born in Sofia, Bulgaria. Practiced in Sofia and Vienna. Her firm's brochure,
"Emerging Architecture," features three residential projects, a
carpenter's shop, and a bank designed by Bulant & Wailzer. Inventory
available online. Ms2002-016
CALIFORNIA WOMEN IN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN RECORDS, 1990-1994. 0.6 cu. ft.
The California Women in Environmental Design (CWED) is a California organization of women professionals that are involved in planning, architecture, landscape architecture, engineering, interior design, and other related fields. The collection contains materials relating to the operations of the organization including newsletters, membership and conference materials, and audiocassettes of sessions at CWED conferences. Inventory
available online. Ms1990-059.
ANA ISABEL (1934- ). BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION. 0.1 cu. ft.
in Cuba. Senior architect for the General Electric Company since 1974,
specializing in the design of power plant facilities. Collection
consists of a curriculum vitae and biography, and copies of
certificates from Who's Who in the World and Who's Who of
American Women. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-023
ELIANA, COLLECTION, 1999-2002. 0.1 cu. ft.
Eliana Maria Cardenas Sanchez is a Cuban architect and architectural historian.
This collection includes two issues of the journal arquitectura y urbanismo,
2/1999 and 3/2002, each of which contain articles by Cardenas and a university textbook,
Un siglo de ense�anza de la arquitectura en Cuba, that she helped edit. Additional
publications by Cardenas are also available in the book collection through the VT library's online catalog,
Addison. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2006-023
ERDMUTE (1941- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS. 0.2 cu. ft.
Born 1941. Landscape architect of Berlin, Germany. Materials include two
catalogs, Berlin/Los Angeles: Working Together in Culture, Science
and Industry--Fantasy and Realism in Architecture, about an
exhibition of the Werkbund Berlin at UCLA in which Carlini showed
her work, and Dan Markische Viertel-25 Jahre Danach, by Carlini
and her husband; postcards of her work; and catalogs (1977-1989) in
which her work is cited. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-024
CENTER OF CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE
MEDIA COLLECTION, 2000-2003. 1.5 cu. ft.
The Center of Contemporary Architecture, a cultural non-governmental organization in Moscow, produced a weekly television series (2001-2004) titled Architecture Gallery which was supported by the Ford Foundation and authored and narrated by Irina Korobina. This collection contains selected videos from the Architecture Gallery television program produced by the C:CA. Also present is a DVD of the made-for-TV movie (also produced by the C:CA), "Ivan Leonidov, the Architect." Finding aid available online. Ms2011-026.
OLIVE (1904-2001). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1924-1956. 9.8 cu. ft.
Architect of Walnut Creek, California; member of the
American Institute of Architects. Papers consist of architectural drawings of residences, primarily in the Southern California area, done while both self-employed and working for others. Includes several drawings done by noted California architect LILIAN
RICE (1889-1938), with Chadeayne as her associate. Also
includes a transcript of an oral history interview, February 1993. Inventory
available online. Ms1990-057
MARY BROWN (1907-2006). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1936-1978, bulk 1936-1950. 11 cu. ft.
After graduating from Randolph-Macon Woman's College in 1925, Channel earned her degree in architecture at Cornell University in 1933. She returned to her hometown of Portsmouth, Virginia, and worked at a firm for two years before opening her own office as the first registered woman architect in Virginia. She became known for her residential and church designs. Her collection includes sketches and drawings for about 140 mostly residential projects in the Portsmouth area. Also included are some college drawings and projects. Inventory
available online. Ms2007-030.
REBECCA, CATALOG, 2000. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born in Spartanburg, South Carolina, Chestnutt received her Master of
Architecture degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State
University in 1981. In 1983 she moved to Berlin and by 1988 Chestnutt
started her firm with Robert Niess, a colleague from Virginia Tech. The
collection includes a copy of the catalog, The History of Air
1988-2000, showing three of their buildings.
available online. Ms2002-006
KRASIMIRA (1935- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1958-1997. 3.1 cu. ft.
Krasimira Zheliazkova Choneva began working in architecture in the 1950s at the
Varna Design Organization (Bulgaria). Starting in 1971 she was involved in construction of
multi-family housing from prefabricated panels, and she won an award for integrating
color and designs into the monotonous facades. In 1990 she opened a private
office focusing on apartments, residences, and hotels. Items of particular distinction in the collection include Choneva's early work on the Pavilion for Euxinograd Palace and her apartment designs utilizing prefabricated panels and accent colors. Inventory
available online. Ms2007-003
URMILA EULIE (1923- ). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1965. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Chandigarh, India; first woman to qualify as an
architect in Asia and to be Chief Architect of an Indian state (Punjab).
Materials include a curriculum vitae and copies of letters sent by the
architect Le Corbusier in the 1960s. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-025
RUTH (1923- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS. 0.4 cu. ft.
Architect and artist of Vienna, Austria. Materials consist
of a résumé and architectural plans of her designs, sketches,
and watercolors of landscapes and buildings. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-026
DOINA MARILENA (1951- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1999. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born in Bucharest, Romania, where she received her diploma in 1976 from the Institute of Architecture. Papers consist of a résumé, photographs and photocopies of drawings of portions of her work. Inventory
available online. Ms2000-004
ANN, ARTICLES, 1989-1997. 0.1 cu. ft.
Artist and architect of California and Ohio; Associate Professor of
Architecture at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Materials consist of
articles by and about Cline's work on "Little Houses" or one-room spaces,
and an exhibit of her work at Miami University in 1989. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1994-011
COCHRANE, MARGARET (PEGGY). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1951-1990. 13.2 cu. ft.
Architect primarily of Southern California with over thirty years of varied experience in all types of construction: office buildings, schools, hospitals, factories, apartment houses, condominiums, housing tracts, custom residential and remodeling. Collection includes drawings for approximately 70 professional projects. Inventory available online. Ms2013-088.
DORIS, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION. 0.1 cu. ft.
President/Director of the firm Cole and Goyette, Architects and Planners,
in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects
(FAIA). Collection includes brochure packets from her firm and postcards showing
her work. A signed copy of her 1973 book, From Tipi to Skyscraper: A History
of Women in Architecture and a copy of her new book Candid Reflections:
Letters from Women in Architecture 1972 & 2004 (2007) are cataloged in
ADDISON and available in the Special
Collections Rare Book Room. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-027
MARY JANE (1869-1958). MEDIA COLLECTION, 1996. 0.1 cu. ft.
Chief architect for the Fred Harvey Company. Designed hotels, gift
shops, and viewing places throughout the southwestern desert in the United States
in the early 1900s. Her most notable designs were the Watchtower, Hopi
House, and Hermit's Rest at the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona.
Collection includes film entitled "Mary Jane Colter: The Desert View"
produced, written, and directed in 1996 by Jennifer Lee of Beverly
Hills, California, and narrated by Ellen Burstyn, about Colter's life
and work. [Circulating copy available at Art/Arch Library: Video 5508.]
Also available are National Public Radio program cassettes 526/527 in
Rare Book Room. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1997-005
MARIA LETIZIO, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1982-2000. 1.0 cu. ft.
The collection includes drawings of Museo Nazionale Romano Crypta Balbi,
slides, articles, and a brief biographical sketch. Inventory
available online. Ms2002-056
CONSTRUCTIVE WOMEN ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN NEWSLETTERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
An archive located in North Sydney, Australia, of images of
work by women architects and designers in Australia, formed in 1995.
Records consist of a cover letter introducing the archive, a general
information and collection policy form, guidelines for submitting work
to the archive form, a biographical questionnaire, an image
documentation form, and a copyright agreement form. Also includes
issues of Constructive Times, a newsletter of the Association of
Women Architects, Landscape Architects, Planners and Women in the
Building Industry, in Australia. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1995-005
MARGARET ROBB SHOOK (1925- ). RÉSUMÉ AND BROCHURE. 0.1 cu. ft.
Partner of Architecture 2, a firm in Washington,
D.C. Materials include a curriculum vitae and a brochure, "Robbie
Cooper Design," with photographs and architectural drawings. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-028
ULLA (1952- ). ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 1983-1985. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Munster, Germany. The collection
consists of her architectural designs. Part of IAWA Small Collections.Ms2000-029
MARTHA J. (1925-1994). DESIGN PAPERS, 1961-1974. 3.7 cu. ft.
Architectural interior designer of Waukesha, Wisconsin; first woman
member of the New York Metropolitan Chapter of the Construction Specifications
Institute. Collection consists of a portfolio of biographical and career information,
including lists of projects and exhibitions, and articles about her work; two
scrapbooks (1961-1974) of photographs, clippings, and lists of accomplishments; and
drawings, artwork, and posters by Crawford. Inventory
available online. Ms1994-016
NAN (1939- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1996-2006. 0.6 cu. ft.
Nan Croley was born in 1939 and grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. She attended Lake
Erie College in Painesville, Ohio and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She
graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Pratt Institute, School of
Architecture in 1970. The collection consists of partial sets of construction drawings
for three projects, several renderings and many sketches done while employed at John
Matthews Architects. Projects include a new medical building, the Massolo Building
storefront, and a remodel and addition to a residence.
available online. Ms2006-016
KATHLEEN T., ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1964-1995. 8.0 cu. ft.
Architect in San Francisco, California. Alumna of Virginia Polytechnic
Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). Collection focuses on
her work for Pacific Gas and Electric company in San Francisco,
available online. Ms1999-001
VIRGINIA M. HERZ, PAPERS, 1934-2000. 3.8 cu. ft.
Resident of Blacksburg, Virginia, and a 1936 graduate of the architecture
program at the University of Minnesota. Currie married architect Leonard J. Currie
in 1937 and traveled around the world with him, becoming an active community
volunteer wherever they lived. The Currie Papers contain watercolors of room
interiors probably painted as a student in the 1930s. There is also a scrapbook
from a neighborhood beautification project in Chicago in 1966 and a 1995 Valiant
Woman Award from Church Women United. Other materials about the Curries are housed at the Special
Collections of the library of the University of Illinois at Chicago. Inventory
available online. Ms2001-005
SHERRIE STEPHENS, BROCHURE. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Collection consists of a
brochure about her firm, Ecodesign International. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-030
SNEZHA (1925- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1985-1995. 2.8 cu. ft.
Snezha Daskalova Milkovska graduated from Sofia Polytechnic in 1950 and
worked in Sofia at "Sofproekt" until her mandatory retirement in 1985. After
laws changed, she opened a private practice, at which she designed mainly
private houses in Bulgaria. Papers include 50 drawings for four
residential projects by Daskalova and one set of student
drawings done by her daughter, Marine Milkovska. Inventory
available online. Ms2007-004
DE BLOIS, NATALIE (1921-2013). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1941-2013. 2.7 cu.ft.
Natalie de Blois worked for Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill (SOM) for 30 years collaborating closely with Louis Skidmore and Gordon Bunshaft, primarily. She is recognized for her work on a number of projects including, Lever House (NYC); Pepsi-Cola building (NYC); Union Carbide Corporation (NYC); Connecticut General Life Insurance (Hartford, CT); Lincoln Center (NYC); and the Hilton Hotel (Istanbul, Turkey). Later in her career de Blois taught at the University of Texas at Austin. She was named a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA) in 1974. In the 1970's she became active advocate for women in architecture joining the American Institute of Architects Task Force on Women, visiting architecture schools and talking to female students. Materials in the collection include correspondence; original notes; clippings; brochures; finished project photographs; published materials; sketches; watercolors; elevations; architectural renderings; contracts; specifications; and reports for 24 projects. Inventory available online. Ms2007-017
MOLLY (1979- ). INVENTION PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Resident of Mankato, Minnesota. Invented a building material
composed of recycled paper and glue, originally created as an entry in a science
fair competition in 1991. The material is now manufactured under the trade name
Environ, by Phenix Biocomposites. Collection consists of literature about the
invention, including the paper she wrote for the science fair, biographical
information about DeGezelle, and samples of her original invention (which she
called "MollyBoard") and Environ. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1995-014
DELAVRANCEA-GIBORY, HENRIETTE, BIOGRAPICAL MATERIAL. 0.1 cu. ft.
Three page biographical sketch with project list, author unknown, undated.
Part of IAWA Small Collections.
DEMI, ENGJELLUSHE HOXHA, CD, 2003. 0.1 cu. ft.
Collection consists of a mini-CD with computer drawings by architect Engjellushe Hoxha Demi. [Material is in Albanian.] Part of IAWA Small Collections.
KATHERINE, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1985-1995. 1.0 cu. ft.
Partner in Charge of Siegel Diamond Architects of Los Angeles, California, and
the first woman to serve as President of the American Institute of Architects, Los
Angeles Chapter. President of the Association for Women in Architecture from 1989-91.
collection consists of correspondence, a curriculum vitae, and information about the
exhibit "Women in American Architecture, 1888-1989: A Historic, Contemporary and
Southern California Perspective," which Diamond helped create. Also includes a 1992
draft of the book Women Architects: USA, by Jan Gero and information about
the AIA exhibit "That Exceptional One."
Inventory available online. Ms1996-001
LUZ MARIA BERISTAIN, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1996. 0.1 cu. ft.
A member of the Faculty of Architecture at the Universidad
Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Division de Postgrado, The Luz Maria
Beristain Diaz Architectural Papers consist of Beristain Diaz's Master's
Thesis in Restoration of Monuments entitled "Restoration of the Barrio
de Tizapan Historical Center, Mexico City." Inventory
available online. Ms2001-022
VERENA (1941- ) ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Cologne, Germany. Papers include photographs of
Dietrich and of her designs, a list of her designs from 1979 to 1990, copies of
architectural drawings and photographs for her book, Architecktinnen:
Ideen-Projekte- Bauten 1986), a exhibition poster of her work in Berlin (1992),
and articles (1980-86) by her and about her work. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1987-060
DOMBAI, DR. MARIA (1934- ). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL AND PRESENTATION PANELS, 2003. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Budapest, Hungary. Dombai began her professional life in a planning office for the Hungarian food industry. She also taught at the university level and was a manager for the construction of a church-complex, and an architectural advisor for the National Association of Large Families (which addressed housing policy). The collection includes a biographical statement by Dombai, a photograph of Dombai, and a series of 9 panels presenting several of her projects from 1962-1986. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
MIRIANA I., RÉSUMÉ 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of New Rochelle, New York; job captain of the firm of Allan Greenberg,
Architect, of New Haven, Connecticut. Graduated from the Parsons School of Design in
1975 (B.F.A. in Environmental Design) and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State
University in 1977 (M. Arch.). Curriculum vitae. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-031
KERSTIN (1943- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1984-2001. 0.2 cu. ft.
Born in Dresden in 1943, Dorhofer received her architecture degree in 1969 from
the Technical University of Berlin and later earned her doctoral degree with a
dissertation about social housing in Germany. In 1979 Dorhofer formed an organization
for women's studies at the Free University of Berlin. Since 1986, Dorhofer has taught
at the University of Arts in Berlin. This collection includes a bound portfolio book
with photocopies showing her work from 1966-1972, a publication by the International
Women's University entitled Reader: Project Area "City and Gender," with essays by
Dorhofer and Beverly Willis, and a few biographical items.
Inventory available online. Ms2002-007
BETSEY OLENICK, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Newport Beach, California. Member of the National
American Institute of Architects Board of Directors representing
California, and a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.
Papers consist of photographs (1980-1986) of her designs and a flyer and
a brochure of her firm, Dougherty + Dougherty. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-032.
DOW, JOY WHEELER, DESIGNS, 1982. 0.1 cu. ft.
Photocopy of a design by Joy Wheeler Dow, an architect in New Jersey, published in County and Suburban Homes of the Prairie School Period 1982. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
WENA W. (1928- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1966-1988. 4.0 cu. ft.
Born in 1928. Architect of Culver City, California. Wena Dows earned her B.A. in
Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley in 1950 and began working independently,
specializing in residential remodeling, in 1954. Along with her architectural
commitments she also worked as a nutritionist. This collection contains drawings,
textual documents, photographs and slides of Dows' addition and renovation projects
for residences in California from 1966 to 1988, along with information about a few
available online. Ms1990-013
JANE (1911-1996). RÉSUMÉ. 0.1 cu. ft.
Assistant Town Planning Advisor to the Colonies of
Nigeria, the Gold Coast, Sierra Leone, and Gambia. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
JEAN ROTH (1915-1971). BIOGRAPHICAL PAPERS, 1949-1958; 1968-1971. 0.1 cu. ft.
Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, member of the
Union Internationale des Femmes Architectes, and national president
(1954-1956) of the Association of Women in Architecture. Designer of
residential, commercial, and industrial buildings in Pasadena,
California. Notebook of material relating to Driskel and her career,
including a photograph, correspondence regarding her membership in the
American Institute of Architects (1949-1958), news clippings (1968-1971),
and obituaries, donated by the Association for Women in
Architecture. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-033
DONNA, PAPERS. 0.3 cu. ft.
Professor of Architecture at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University;
member of the IAWA Board of Advisors and its chair 1994-2000. Collection includes
History of Architecture Cybercore Project (CD-ROM, 2000) and
"Blacksburg Competition." Ms2001-054
A. JANE (1925- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1952-2002. 2 cu. ft.
Born in 1925. Graduate of Art Institute of Chicago School of Industrial Design
and apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin (1950-1951). Architect in San
Francisco Bay Area from 1956 to 1996. Papers primarily include drawings and some
printed material that relate to various residential and other projects, one in
Illinois and the rest in California.
Inventory available online.
JUDITH, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTIONS, 1967-1997. 0.4 cu. ft.
Partner of The Edelman Partnership/Architects of New York City.
Founding member of the Alliance of Women in Architecture (AWA) and a
Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Papers consist of
newspaper clippings, correspondence, writings, and published literature
about Edelman's activities with the AWA, as well as writings by her and
about her work as an advocate for women in the field of architecture.
Also includes photographs, floor plans, and supplementary information
about seven architectural projects done by her.
Inventory available online.
EMMONS, AUDREY (1921-1997). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1974-1997. 1.5 cu. ft.
Architect of Sausalito, California, and a Fellow of
the American Institute of Architects. Received B.S. in Architecture at
Kansas State University in 1943, and worked for architectural firms in
Washington, D.C., and San Francisco, California, until she established
her own firm in 1980. Papers consists of architectural drawings,
photographs, slides, and job files for designs Emmons did in San
Francisco, Sausalito, and other Northern California locations from the
mid-1970s to 1996. Inventory
available online. Ms1997-018
ELIZABETH COOPER, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 2000-2001. 0.5 cu. ft.
Cooper received her PhD in Architecture from the University of
Pennsylvania in 2000. Her dissertation is titled Arkhitektura I
Mnimosti: The Origins of Soviet Avant-Garde Rationalist Architecture in
the Russian Mystical-Philosophical and Mathematical Intellectual
available online. Ms2002-003
MARJORIE L. (1958- ). CURRICULUM VITAE. 0.1 cu. ft.
Planner of Manila, the Philippines. Materials consist of her
curriculum vitae. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-034
ALONSO, CARMEN, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1995-2004. 0.6 cu. ft.
Associate Professor of Projects at the Higher Technical School of Architecture
in Madrid, Spain. Practicing architect since 1985. Served as Principal of her firm
VZK Architects (1991-1998) and currently works with her firm Espegel-Fisac Arquitectos
(2003-). Papers include a copy of her Master's thesis, "Study and Restoration Proposals
for the "Maison en Bord De Mer: E. 1027" By Arch. Eileen Gray and Jean Badovici," graphic
dossiers of her work, and some correspondence.
Inventory available online.
KRISTINE K. (1949- ). PAPERS, 1979-2004, 2013. 0.1 cu. ft.
Former president of Computer Technology Management, Inc., of A. Epstein
Companies, in Chicago, Illinois, and a consultant to architects and engineers on the
effective use of computers in facility design. Current head of Kristine Fallon Associates,
Inc. Collection materials consist of a résumé, a career information form from the AIA
Archives, materials from the UIFA 1979 conference and essays. UIFA materials include a program,
a participant's list, and two papers, "Computer-Aided Design in Architectural Practice" by
Fallon and "If the City Were a She" by Donna E. Shalala. Essays include a 1980 article by
Fallon, "An Overview of Computer Aided Design in Architectural Practice," a 1981 article
by Margrit Kennedy, "Gyn/Ecology: On the Relationship Between Woman/ Nature/Space," and a
1988 article, "Computer Applications in Building Design and Management" in which Fallon is
featured. A digital copy of KFA's 2004 report for the Art Institute of Chicago, "Collecting,
Archiving, and Exhibiting Digital Design Data" is also included. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-035
"THE FEMININE PRESENCE IN ISRAELI ARCHITECTURE," EXHIBIT CATALOG, 2009. 0.1 cu. ft.
Exhibit catalog (2009) edited by Sigal Davidi that chronicles the first exhibition of female architects in the history of Israeli architecture. The exhibit opened at the Union of Architects in Jaffa (2007) and featured the built projects of 22 "veteran and new architects." The projects were also accompanied by a short manifesto that the architects were asked to write. A video, "A skirt of concrete and cement," directed by architect Vered Fluk was shown as part of the exhibit and the DVD of this film is included with the catalog. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2009-054
HELEN, BIOGRAPHICAL WORK, 2004. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect and professor in Athens, Greece. Author of Public Architecture in Modern
Greece, 1827-1992 and Essays on Neohellenic Architecture, which are available in
the library catalog, Addison. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2004-011
MARCIA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1982-1996. 3.8 cu. ft.
Feuerstein earned her PhD. in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania.
In 1996 she joined the architecture faculty at Virginia Polytechnic Institution and
State University, after teaching at the University of Pennsylvania, Temple University,
and the University at Buffalo. She chaired the IAWA Board of Advisors 2001-2005, after
serving as its secretary and newsletter editor. A licensed architect and member of the
AIA, she has practiced in New York, Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls. Her
papers consist of teaching, writing, and project documents and project drawings. Inventory
available online. Ms2007-007
LEONOR (1937- ). RÉSUMÉ. 0.1 cu. ft.
Principal architect of the Portuguese Institute of Cultural Heritage.
Curriculum vitae prepared by the United States Information Agency. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-055
HILDE, BROCHURE. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Vienna, Austria. Brochure of her work. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-048
LAURA HORSTMAN, BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1986-2002. 0.1 cu.ft.
Vice president of facilities at Allied Bancshares, Inc. in
Houston, Texas. Member of the American Institute of Architects, FAIA.
Collection includes a résumé and biography; an article
citing her as the recipient of the 1986 Young Architect Award from the
Houston AIA; a catalog she edited, Houston's Gallery of Architecture:
A Walking Tour of Downtown Houston, and her nomination
binder for AIA Fellowship. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-049
INGEBORG, CATALOG, 1987. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Bonn, Germany. Flagge edited the catalog entitled "Frauen in der
Architektur--bauen Frauen anders?" (Women in Architecture - Do Women Build
Differently?) that arose from a discussion at the Friedrick-Ebert-Stiftung in 1987. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
URSULA, ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Aachen, Germany. Papers consist of two sets of architectural
drawings, "The Reorganization of the Central Area of Monchengladbach" and
"Improvement of the 'Märkisches Viertel' in Berlin." Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-036
SABINE, PAPERS, 1985-1992. 0.4 cu. ft.
Art and architecture historian of Vienna, Austria. Papers consist of
literature about prominent women architects of Austria, including Anne-Lulja
Praun and Margarette Schutte-Lihotzky. Also includes an article Forsthuber
wrote about the history of women architects in Austria. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1992-018
SYLVIA (1955- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born in Vienna, Austria, Fritz is an architect and artist. Materials
include a brochure of Fritz's work from 1977 to 1987; photographs of her; an
exhibition leaflet, Turme von Sylvia Fritz (1982); and articles (1981-1984)
in which her work is cited. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-037
GEORGETA (1953- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1996-1999. 0.3 cu. ft.
Born in Bucharest, Romania. Officer of architectural firm, Capitel
Limited. Papers consist of a personal résumé, corporate
dossier, photocopies of photographs and documents, and blue drawings of
portions of her work including an office building and an apartment
available online. Ms2000-005
GERTRUD, PUBLICATIONS, 1963-1988.
Architect of Denmark and member of the Union
Internationale des Femmes Architectes (UIFA). Collection consists
of books about women architects and reports and other literature from
the meetings of the UIFA. Inventory of publications located in box. The following books were cataloged separately in the Addison library catalog, and are available through the Special Collections Reading Room: "That Exceptional One": Women in American Architecture, 1888-1988; Ziviltechnikerinnen [Civilian technicians]; Women in Danish Architecture; and Profiles: Pioneering Women Architects from Finland. Material is in French, English, German, and Persian [?] Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1996-020
DIANE ELLIOTT, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1997-2002. 2.0 cu. ft.
Publications and one poster generated by Diane Elliott Gayer's development of Vermont
Design Institute, Historic Main Street Partnership Study in Burlington, Vermont, and Colorado
Left Bank Townhomes.
Inventory available online. Ms2002-045
ALEXANDRINA, DRAWINGS, 2005, 2008. 2.0 cu. ft.
Getov has a Master's of Science in Architecture from the Higher Institute
of Architecture and Civil Engineering in Sofia, Bulgaria. Since 1992 she has lived
in Los Angeles, California, where she is a principal at Studio Antares. This
collection contains brief biographical information about Getov, as well as
architectural drawings and color images of two 2005 residential projects in
California. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2008-014
FRANCOISE (1945- ). BOOK, 1994. 0.1 cu. ft.
Sculptor in Paris, France. Francoise Giannesini, Sculptures,
1985-1994 (1994). by F. Giannesini, c1994, 40 p. NB553 G45 A4 1994
"GLASS CEILINGS: HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVE OF WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE CENTER," SELECTED EXHIBIT PANELS, 2010. 4.3 cu. ft.
"Glass Ceilings: Highlights from the International Archive of Women in Architecture Center" was an exhibition held at the Virginia Center for Architecture in Richmond, Virginia, as part of their Dominion Exhibition Series and was on display from March 4-June 6, 2010. It featured the work of pioneering women in architecture and design from the International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA) collection at Virginia Tech. Inventory available online. Ms2011-075
TATJANA, RÉSUMÉ AND DESIGN SUBMISSION, 1990. 0.2 cu. ft.
Architect of Sofia, Bulgaria. Papers consist of exhibit boards for a design
she submitted to a 1990 competition and a curriculum vitae. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1992-022
ABBYE A. (1927- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1940-2006, bulk 1995-2006. 0.4 cu. ft.
Architectural researcher and writer of Metairie, Louisiana.
Educated at the University of Texas at Austin (B.F.A., 1947), University of
New Orleans (M.S., Urban Studies, 1985), and Virginia Tech (Ph.D.,
Environmental Design and Planning, 1989). Collection consists of a six-minute film entitled "The Rivergate, 1968-1995," produced by Barbara Coleman and written by Gorin and Betty Moss. The film was created as a tribute to the building and as a protest to its demolition. The collection also includes at 42-page "Catalog of Work" which has a curriculum vitae of Gorin's career achievements and lists her photographic collections located in the Historical New Orleans Collection and the Latin American Library at Tulane University. Audio tape of an interview with the sculptor Angela Gregory, and a DVD containing 19 reissued audiotapes. In 2011, Gorin submitted a CD entitled "Remembering Milka, 1927-2010" a photojournalism remembrance featuring 25 of Gorin's photographs that have a some connection to Milka Bliznakov as remembered by Gorin. Inventory
LOIS DAVIDSON (1926- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1945-2003. 7.2 cu. ft.
Residential designer in San Francisco, California. Attended Stanford University and
Harvard Graduate School of Design. Served as an apprentice to Frank Lloyd Wright from
1948 to 1949 as part of the Taliesin Fellowship. Designed residences in California,
Washington, Idaho, and Virginia and is the author of Environment and Design in
Housing (Macmillan, 1965). Papers include project files, drawings, correspondence,
manuscripts, photographs and printed material related to Gottlieb's design work and
various professional activities. There is also documentary footage by Eva Soltes
Productions about Lois Gottlieb, including tapes entitled "Lois Plans," "A Way of Life
(demo reel)" and "House and Exterior by Robert Gottlieb," 1995-1997. Inventory
available online. Photographs of
some of her works are available on the VT
SYLVIA, CURRICULUM VITAE. 0.1 cu. ft.
Urban designer and planner at the Maryland National Capital Parks and Planning
Commission. Curriculum vitae. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-038
LILIA (1929- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1960-2007, BULK DATES 1965-1981. 1.2 cu. ft.
Lilia Gramatikova is an Bulgarian architect who practiced in Bulgaria, Mongolia, and East Germany from 1953-1985. The collection consists of 72 hand-drawn architectural drawings of two projects: Music High School for Folk Instruments and Folk Singing in Shiroka Lukka, Bulgaria (1974) and Territorial Information and Computing Center in Vrasta, Bulgaria (1981). Also present is a drawing (photocopy) of Gramatikova's personal residence in Sofia (1965) and a folder containing biographical information. A selection of her work is available on VT
available online. Ms2001-023
CHRISTINA (1946- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1974-1989. 0.3 cu. ft.
Professor of architecture at the Escuela T.S. de Arquitectura
Universidad Politecnica-Valencia in Spain. Collection consists of a curriculum
vitae, magazine articles (1974-1983), copies of photographs and floor plans
of two of her designs, architectural journals (1988) with articles by Grau-Garcia,
and an academic catalog for the University and a book, Borges y la Arquitectura
(1989), both written by Grau-Garcia. Ms2001-066
GRAY, EILEN, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1974-1980. 0.1 cu. ft.
Photocopies from two short books and assorted notes and photocopied articles, 37 pages, 1974-1980. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
GRIFFIN, MARION MAHONY (1871-1961).
ARTICLES. 0.1 cu.ft.
Architect and artist, Griffin was the first women to graduate, in 1894, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a degree in architecture. She went on to work with Frank Lloyd Wright in his Oak Park, Illinois studio for 14 years and is considered an original member of the Prairie School. Griffin worked mainly as an architectural renderer, and her drawings are credited as enhancing Wright's early reputation. She married fellow architect Walter Burley Griffin in 1911 and they went on to practice in Australia and India spreading the Prairie style worldwide.
Present are two articles: "Portrait: Marion Mahony Griffin drafting a role for women in architecture" by Thomas S. Hines and an excerpt from Paul Reid's Canberra Following Griffin. Drawings and papers from the Griffins are held by the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library at Columbia University, by the Ryerson and Burnham Archives and the Department of Architecture at The Art Institute of Chicago, by the Block Gallery at Northwestern University, by the New-York Historical Society, by the Powerhouse Museum, and by the National Library of Australia. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
KSENIJA (1909-1997). RÉSUMÉ. 0.1 cu. ft.
Attended Zagreb University, earned a degree in Architecture and
Engineering, (1933). Attended the Institute of Fine Art in Prague, (1937).
Following her studies in Prague, Grisogono studied with Le Corbusier. She worked
on the Yugoslav Pavilion (1938) in Ankara, Turkey; the Italian Cultural Institute
(1938) in Belgrade, Yugoslavia; and the British and French Embassies (1949), also
in Belgrade. In Paris, France she worked on La Defense (1960-1970), a massive business
quarter. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
LINDA N., BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION. 0.1 cu. ft.
Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Administration at the University of Michigan. Architect and author, Groat's focus is on two two main topics: environmental meaning and the experience of place; and gender issues in architectural education. Curriculum vitae. Author of Architectural Research Methods, and editor of Giving Places Meaning, which are available in the library catalog, Addison. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-039
SIMONE, PAPERS, 1987. 0.1 cu. ft.
The collection consists of photographs of Guillessen-Hoa taken in 1987 and a
biographical sketch, documenting her career from 1947-1987.
available online. Ms2001-024
Biographical Directory: H
ZAHA (1950- ). EXHIBIT BROCHURE, 2000. 0.1 cu. ft.
Exhibit brochure for Iraqi born architect titled Zaha Hadid Laboratory produced by the Exhibitions Program at Yale University School of Architecture in collaboration with Zaha Hadid. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
HANNELORE (1954-). BOOK AND SKETCH. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Kassel, Germany. Collection contains a book,
Glasarchitektur: Bewohnte Glashauser und Glasanbauten (1986),
co-written with Egon Bohmer, and a sketch of a skyline. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-040
HAHN, IVANKA VULCHANOVA, PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Collection includes three photographs and one advertisement featuring Ganglaz Pavillon designed by Glasbau Heinrich Hahn; an exhibit catalog; and one photograph depicting a dinner or lunch at the inn in Rheinsberg [Germany] circa 1950. Material is in German. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
MAIJA (1944- ). PORTFOLIO AND BIOGRAPHICAL ABSTRACT. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Braunschweig, Germany. Collection consists of a
portfolio of photocopies of articles, architectural drawings, and photographs,
and a brief biographical abstract. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-041
LOUISE (1905-1990). PAPERS, 1860-1990. 102 cu. ft.
B.A. from Wellesley College in 1927, B.S. from MIT in 1930, Ph.D. from
Radcliffe 1954. Hall was a long-time member of the North Carolina Chapter of the AIA, and
served as its archivist. She taught art and architectural history at Duke University from
1931-1975 and mentored many architects and scholars, including Dr. Mary Woods at the School
of Architecture at Cornell who recently published a history of the profession. The Hall
collection contains papers from her teaching career, various jobs including architecture
projects, drawings from an architecture class, diaries, maps, blueprints, scrapbooks and
original artwork. It also includes old family letters and photographs (including glass
negatives, cartes de visite, cabinet cards, and tintypes), genealogical research notes,
and personal papers. Preliminary inventory available. Ms2000-086
BRONWYN, THESIS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Active in Constructive Women: The Association of Women Architects, Landscape
Architects, Planners and Women of the Building Industry. PhD thesis on early women
architects in New South Wales, Australia. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-028
FANI DANADJIEVA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1982-1987. 0.1 cu. ft.
General Partner, Hansen Associates, Tiburon , California. Received Award of Honor
(1980) for Design Excellence and first place for Energy Conservation Competition (1981).
The collection include a resume, Hansen Architects firm project sheets, audio interview,
and information about and photographs of the Pittsburgh Civic Center. Inventory
available online. Ms2001-061
SARAH PILLSBURY (1914-2013). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1985-1997, 2013. 2.25 cu. ft.
Architect of Lexington, Massachusetts, and a Fellow of the
American Institute of Architects. Founding member (1945) of The Architects
Collaborative, an architecture firm based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Collection
consists of a book by Harkness, Sustainable Design for Two Maine Islands (1985),
an audiocassette with a lecture given October 1986 by her at Virginia Tech about
sustainable design, architectural drawings and photographs of a house she designed
in 1996-1997 in Essex, Massachusetts, and a booklet documenting the presentations
given at an awards dinner when she was presented with the Boston Society of Architects
1991 Award of Honor. Inventory
available online. Ms1997-024
ELISABETH-CHARLOTTE (1922-2011). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1950-1998. 5.3 cu. ft.
Architect in Germany, but also worked in France and Switzerland.
Papers reflect Harling's work as an architect and interior designer. Focus is on her
university and commercial buildings. Harling also has papers at the University of Stuttgart in Germany. Inventory
available online. Ms1999-007
L. JANE (1928- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1951-1998 10.3 cu. ft.
Architect in Seattle, founder and owner of The Hastings Group - Architects. Papers
include consists of material created and accumulated by Hastings (and, to certain extent, by the other architects of the Hastings Group) in the course of her design and other professional activities. This material primarily comprises drawings, presentation boards, photographs, and printed material, as well as other material, including certificates and plaques. The printed material includes copies of newspaper and magazine articles that document various completed projects and International Union of Women Architects(UIFA) meeting papers and programs from 1969-1998. Inventory
available online. Ms2004-004
KLARA, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS. 0.2 cu. ft.
Architect of Vienna, Austria. Papers include an article, "Residential Parks
as a Solution of Today's Housing Problem;" plans for "Wiener Flur," a
housing project in Vienna; a brief biography; and a pen sketch (1980) of a
theatre interior. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-042
FLORENCE KENYON, PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architecture instructor at Ohio State University in 1905; first
registered woman architect in Ohio. Papers include her class
lecture notebook, with sketches; a photograph of Oxley Hall, a
dormitory for women at OSU, which she designed; and a 1907 postcard
addressed to her for a "20th Century" window. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1988-062
MARGO, RÉSUMÉ AND COMPANY BROCHURE. 0.1 cu. ft.
President of Margo Hebald-Heymann, AIA & Associates, Inc., a company specializing
in designing commercial structures and health care facilities in California. Collection
consists of a brochure from her firm with a curriculum vitae. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-043
FRANCA (1920- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1989. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born in Milan, Italy. The Franca Helg Architectural Papers consist of an
article that Helg wrote in 1989 entitled "Franco Albini-Architect and Teacher,"
as well as a catalog about Helg. Inventory
available online. Ms2001-025
GHISLAINE (1942- ). BIOGRAPHICAL COLLECTION. 0.1 cu. ft.
Professor of Architecture at the City College of New York School of
Architecture (1986- ), Director of the City College Architectural Center, and principal
of Hermanuz, Ltd., in New York. Member of the Societe d'Ingenieurs et Architectes
of Switzerland. Papers consist of a résumé with a list of publications
and papers; a brochure, A Housing Platform for Harlem (1985), published by the
Community Design Workshop of Columbia University, of which Hermanuz was director;
and a report, "Shelter and Community: An Agenda for Action," (1988) prepared by
Hermanuz for the United Nations Non-Governmental Organizations Committee on Shelter
and Community. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-045
EVELYN CHI-CHAIN (1941- ). BROCHURE, 1998. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born in China, 1941. Architect of Bern, Switzerland. The brochure describes the work
she has done as a principal of A. & C. Herrmann-Chong Freie Architekten in Bern. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1998-020
YUMIKO OSAWA, EXHIBITION MATERIALS, 2001.
Please see the International Union of Women Architects (UIFA)Congress Materials, Ms2012-001.
LUCY, BOOKS. 0.2 cu. ft.
1906-1998. Architect of Gottingen, Germany. Collection
includes a catalog of her 1991 exhibition and books about her work: Lucy Hillebrand--Wege
Zum Raum by Klaus Hoffman (NA1088 H53 H63 1985); Lucy Hillebrand--Bauen Als Impuls
und Dialog by Christian Grohn (NA1088 H53 A35 1990); and Zeit-Raume der
Architektin Lucy Hillebrand by Dieter Boeminghous (NA1088 H53 A35 1983). Hillebrand's
papers are in the archive of the Deutsches Architektur Museum in Frankfurt, Germany. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-047
CURRICULUM VITAE, 2011. 0.1 cu. ft.
Collection includes a curriculum vitae containing a written statement by Himanen as well as several reproductions of her projects. Himanen receieved a M.Arch from Moscow Architecture Institute in 1981. She worked for a number of years in Moscow, Russia in a state design institute for hotel, resort and retail buildings before moving to Finland in 1986. In Finland, Himanen worked for Juhani Pallasmaa, SAFA, Hon. FAIA, a prominent Finnish architect and former dean of Helsinki School of Architecture at Otaniemi, who she credits with shaping her architectural vision and taste. Himanen moved to the United States in 1994 where she has worked for several architecture firms in New York. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
"HISTORY OF WOMEN ARCHITECTS,"
EXHIBIT PANELS, GERMAN FEDERAL REPUBLIC SECTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL UNION OF WOMEN ARCHITECTS,
1986-1987. 18 cu. ft.
An exhibit (33 panels) of documentary material about women architects in the early
and middle 1900s. Includes photographs of the architects and their works, with captions
and abstracts. Women featured include Ray Eames, Eileen Gray, Florence Knoll, Lilly Reich,
Hilde Westrom, and Emilie Winkelmann. A catalog accompanies the
panels, with articles about women architects and designers written by Karola Bloch,
Grete Lihotzky, Helga Schmidt-Thomsen, and others. Ms1988-059
MARJORIE, RÉSUMÉ. 0.1 cu.ft.
Received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Sydney School
of Architecture in 1926. Worked as a tracer for Julius, Poole & Gibson, Sydney, Australia.
RENGIN T., SILKSCREEN AND EXHIBITION ANNOUNCEMENT, 1985, 2001. 1 cu. ft.
Instructor of architecture at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State
University. Framed silkscreen of Holt's "Palladio Bridge," hanging in Special
Collections' Reading Room, Newman Library, and a print and an exhibition announcement. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1995-001
MARY ROCKWELL (1877-1978). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1915-1991. 0.1 cu. ft.
Residential Architect in Kansas City, Missouri, and architect
of the Pine Mountain Settlement School in Harlan County, Kentucky. Collection
includes photocopies of her autobiography, This and That, articles about
her life and work, and obituaries. Also includes audio cassettes of an interview of
Mary Rogers of Pine Mountain by Louise Chawla about Hook's life and career. The
Kentucky Oral History Society retains copyright and literary rights to the
interview. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1991-001
MARJORIE MEAD (PEGGY) (1925-2006). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL AND RÉSUMÉ.
Architect of New Mexico. Received Bachelor of Architecture degree from University of Texas (1947) where she was the only woman in her graduating class. After graduating Hooker worked in various offices in Texas and California until she settled in New Mexico where she was an Associate with McHugh and Hooker, Bradley P. Kidder and Associates (1955-1965). She opened her own practice briefly from 1966-1967, until she joined Flatow, Moore, Bryan and Fairburn (1968-1988) to work with Max Flatow on the Albuquerque Urban Renewal Project. She specialized in hospital work. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
LAURA. See Laura Horstman Fisher. Ms2000-049
INGE S., ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1964-1999. 0.3 cu. ft.
Born in Germany. Planner with the Planning Department of the City and County of San Francisco, California, from 1983 to 1998; member of the IAWA Board of Advisors. Papers consist of architectural studies written by Horton while
in Germany; presentations made at various women's architectural organization
meetings, including the International Union of Women Architects; and a
curriculum vitae. Inventory
available online. Ms1990-065
FRANZISKA PORGES, RÉSUMÉ AND BOOK, 1972; 1992. 0.1 cu. ft.
Publisher and editor of Women's International Network News
and a consultant to International Women's Development and Communication, Housing and
Urbanization International. Earned her Master of Architecture degree at the Harvard
Graduate School of Design in 1944. Resident of Lexington, Massachusetts. Papers
consist of a curriculum vitae compiled in 1992 and a copy of her book The Language
of Cities: A Visual Introduction to the Form and Function of the City
(Schenkman Publishing Company, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1972). Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1992-050
STEVEN AND CATHI, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1992-2006. 12.9 cu. ft.
Architects of California. Cathi House earned her bachelor of architecture from
Virginia Tech. She worked at various firms until founding her own award-winning San
Francisco firm, House + House Architects, with husband and fellow VT alumnus Steven House
in 1982. The collection consists of information about 15 residential projects in California, Florida, and Mexico. Inventory
available online. Ms2006-017
ANNEMARIE, LISTING OF PROJECTS. 0.1 cu.ft.
Architect of Zurich, Switzerland. Collection consists of a list of architectural
designs that Hubacher was involved in. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1998-013
VERENA (1938- ). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1989, 1994-1997. 0.1 cu.ft.
Interior designer of Zurich, Switzerland, and former president of VSI,
the Swiss Association of Interior Designers. Papers include a curriculum vitae,
photocopies of articles about her work, and other biographical information. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1998-010
IAWA SMALL COLLECTIONS, 1907-2013 31.9 cu. ft.
The IAWA Small Collections was compiled from a variety of sources by Special Collections staff for use in reference and research. The collection consists primarily of biographical materials for women architects, architectural historians, and designers including curriculum vitas, firm brochures, exhibit notices, photographs, and publications. Drawings, sketches, course notes, correspondence, and other materials pertaining to architectural collections are also present. Inventory
available online. Ms2009-054
INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVE OF WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE (IAWA),
RECORDS, 1967-2013, bulk dates 1985-2008. 15.5 cu. ft.
The records of the International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA) consist of files created by IAWA founder Milka Bliznakov, various IAWA officers, and Special Collections archivists. Materials include founding documents, meeting minutes, newsletter information, correspondence with supporters and donors, and internal correspondence. Inventory
available online. Ms1985-021
Please see the International Union of Women Architects (UIFA)Congress Materials, Ms2012-001.
Although Ison did not build, she was the first woman to win scholarships
at the Bartlett School of Architecture, London University, England, and was
a successful illustrator of architecture books. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
VERA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, ca. 1940s, 1961-1975. 9.5 cu. ft.
Born in Latvia, educated at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris from 1945-1949. The
collection consists of 89 drawings by Vera Jansone as both a student and a professional
architect. Also included is an article in the "OWA Tour of Residences Designed by Women
Architects in Marin County and Napa Valley" about the Greenbrae Residence which Jansone
designed in 1975, as well as two résumés.Inventory
available online. Ms2001-026
MONIKA PIA (1954- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1984. 0.3 cu. ft.
Architect of Luzerne, Switzerland, and member of the Societe d'Ingenieurs
et Architectes. Papers include a curriculum vitae, photos of jewelry she has created,
interiors and exteriors of her architectural designs, and copies of architectural
drawings she designed with her husband, Martin Jauch. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-050
(1926-2010). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1950-1996. 0.1 cu. ft.
Russian modernist architect. Collection contains 36 original photographs of designs/drawings/built structures by Jirmunsky; a portrait; and a biographical file written by her husband Feliks Aronovich Novikov, Ph.D. (also an architect who designed/built the Palace of Pioneers on Lenin's Hills (now Sparrow Hills) in Moscow) with commentary on each of the numbered photographs. Material is in Russian. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2009-054
JANE C. HALL (1919-2001). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1955-1994. 26.0 cu. ft.
Drawings, blueprints, sketches, portfolios (2), clippings, photographs, business
correspondence, publicity materials, and presentation boards documenting
the professional career of architect Jane Hall Johnson. The bulk of the
collection pertains to Johnson's career in St. Louis, Missouri,
1959-1986. The collection also includes materials from student and
professional projects in Boston, 1955-1959. The collection contains
numerous photographs of Johnson's work and a folder of paintings titled
"Experiments with Color." Inventory
available online. Ms2000-051
NOEMI, EXHIBIT PANELS, 1991. 4.0 cu.ft.
Architect of Israel. Collection is three exhibit panels with
photographs of her designs of kibbutzes in Israel. Ms1991-054
LUIDMILA, COLLECTION, 2002. 0.1 cu. ft.
Russian architect. Collection contains an article featuring Kazakova's
design for the Pyatnitski Fish Market from the Annual published by the Moscow
Branch of the International Academy of Architecture in 2002. Material in Russian and
English. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2006-013
NEVENA STOIANOVA (1927- ). ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 1971-1989. 1.8 cu. ft.
Born in Sofia, Bulgaria. Worked for the State Design Organization "Glavproekt"
from 1951-1984, currently designs for private clients. Collection contains her designs
for residential and commercial projects in Bulgaria, Nigeria and Yemen, including Hotel
No. 230, Sunny Coast Resort, Bulgaria, a motel and bungalows in Gold Moor, Yemen, and
gas station outside of Sofia, Bulgaria. biographical information is also included. Inventory
ANNA W. (1889-1943). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL. 0.2 cu. ft.
Architect and inventor from Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. First registered
woman architect in Pennsylvania and inventor of the K-brick. Designed the Decker Home
in Bellefonte. Papers include a copy of an article by her, "Modern Wall Construction"
from the 1932 issue of The Clay-Worker, information about her ideas concerning
kitchen design, copies of patents for a combination sink and laundry tub, photographs,
and biographical information. Added in 2002 biographical materials authored, or collected
by, her niece Nancy Perkins. Includes a CD-ROM
documenting her life
in application for state marker, articles and exhibit programs. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1989-016
DIANE LEGGE (1949- ). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1985-1989, 1996. 0.1 cu. ft.
Principal of DLK Architecture, Inc. of Chicago, Illinois. Former
partner of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in Chicago and former board member of the
Chicago Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Fellow of the American
Institute of Architects. Papers include a curriculum vitae, a photograph of Kemp,
articles (1985-89) about her work, and slides of structures she has designed. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-052
LOUISE ST. JOHN (1950- ). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1988. 0.1 cu. ft.
First woman to be appointed to the Architects Board of
Western Australia, and designer of the Perth Mosman Park Tea Rooms,
the Pines Business Centre in Cottesloe, and numerous other structures
in Western Australia. Papers include articles (1988) about her work and
an extensive curriculum vitae detailing her designs and projects,
honors, published work, and memberships. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-053
SVETLANA LAZAROVA (1950- ). RÉSUMÉ.
Russian landscape architect. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
VIGDARIA (1924-2004). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Khazanova was an architectural historian. She earned her masters degree in art history from Moscow State University in 1948. Her collection includes two handwritten manuscripts and a book titled Sovetskaia arkhitektura pervykh let Oktiabria. 1917-1925 [Soviet architecture during the first years after the October, 1917-1925] donated by her son and architect, Mikhail Khazanov. The book is cataloged separately in the Addison library catalog, and is available through the Special Collections Reading Room. Material is in Russian. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2007-008
LARISA (1926- ). PUBLICATIONS, 1988-1992, 2004. 0.1 cu. ft.
Russian architect, graduated from Moscow Architecture Institute
in 1951. Collection contains list of publications, photos of book covers. Three
books about building houses and public buildings in ADDISON library catalog. Material is in Russian and English. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2006-012
SNEZHA TODOROVA (1934- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1974-1986. 0.5 cu. ft.
Born August 25, 1934, Sandanski, Bulgaria. The collection consists
of drawings for three projects: "Khisaria Two" a Sanatorium and spa for
government officials located in Khisaria Springs, Bulgaria (1974-82);
"Mother and Child" a child delivery clinic, nursery, and rehabilitation
center located in the village of Shiroka Luka, Bulgaria (1983-84); a
physiotherapy, rehabilitation and recreation center for the State
Council and the Council of Ministers located in Bankia Bulgaria
available online. Ms2001-027
KING, DOROTHEE STELZER (1934- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1956-2008. 3.6 cu. ft.
Born in Berlin, Germany. King is an architect and professor who has practiced in Germany, the United States, and the Bahamas. She graduated from the Hochschule fur Bildende Kunste (HBK) with the title 'Diplom Architect HBK Berlin' in 1962. Upon graduating from HBK she worked for two years (1962-1964) in the architectural office of Dipl. Ing. Hilde Westrom, one of the few independently working women architects in Berlin. King would go on to receive the Airlift Memorial Scholarship and Fulbright Travel Grant allowing her to study under Louis I. Kahn in his Master Studio at the University of Pennsylvania (1965-1967). Her experiences with Kahn would greatly influence her own style of teaching at the Pratt Institute School of Architecture and other organizations. The collection consists of material (drawings, presentation boards, photographs, and printed material) created by King as a student and during her professional career. Some examples include: her award-winning student project creating a flexible and transportable exhibition hall and her project work for the Government of the Bahamas. Materials in this collection range in date from 1950-2008.Inventory
available online. Ms2013-023
KAREN. RESEARCH, 1984. 0.1 cu. ft.
a professor of architectural history at Tulane University. This collection
consists of an article that she wrote about architect Mary Mykolyk. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2006-006
KISS, KATALIN, ESSAY, 1993.
0.1 cu. ft.
Bound essay by Kiss, "The Character, the City and the Character of the City," 33 pages ca. 1993
Part of IAWA Small Collections.
PETRA (1958- ). PORTFOLIOS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Stuttgart, Germany. Materials consist of four portfolios
of sketches of landscapes and nudes, and two projects in which she was involved. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-054
ILSE (1919- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Vienna, Austria, and designer of many structures in
that city. Collection includes a curriculum vitae; eleven photographs (1962-1976) of
buildings she has designed; an elevation (1969) of Unido Wettbewerb; and a copy of
notes of "Research upon the Possibility of a Pedestrian Zone" with preliminary
sketches, plans, elevations, and perspectives. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1986-015
SILVIA, ARTWORK, 1984-1986. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect and artist of Rome, Italy. Eleven ink sketches of
building exteriors in Austria and Italy. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-055
HELENE (1912- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1942-1998. 16 cu. ft.
Architect of Vienna, Austria. Collection consists of architectural
drawings and papers associated with approximately fifty projects done by
Koller-Buchwieser throughout her career as an architect in Austria. Most of the
projects were done in Vienna, many as part of the reconstruction efforts following the
destruction of buildings during World War II, though she spent much of her career
designing churches and monasteries as well as residential and community structures.
Also includes biographical information, descriptions and photographs of her designs
from 1961 to 1981, and catalogs from the Society of Christian
Artists. Pictures of her work are available on the VT
available online. Ms1995-020
KOROBINA, IRINA M. ARCHITECTUAL COLLECTION, 2009, 2011
0.1 cu. ft.
Graduated from the Moscow Institute of Architecture (1980). Korobina is Director of the State Museum of Architecture in Moscow (2011-). She was formally director of the Center of Contemporary Architecture (C:CA) (2001-2011) whose activities included the production of a weekly television series (2001-2004) titled Architecture Gallery which was supported by the Ford Foundation and authored and narrated by Korobina. Collection includes a greeting card to Anna P. Sokolina in honor of International Women's Day, March 2011 and printouts from Russian media referencing Korobina's appointment to Director of the State Museum of Architecture. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2009-054
BARBARA (1947- ). BOOKS AND TRAVEL REPORT. 0.5 cu. ft.
Architect of Munich, Germany. Materials about Kreis include three books -
Moskau, 1917-1935: Vom Wohneinsbau Zum Stadtebau (1985), Moskau, Samarkand,
Leningrad (1984), and Architekturtheatre: Russische Avantgarde Der 20er Jahre
(1988) - and a travel report of which she was editor and a participant in gathering the
data about buildings in these cities, for a study group at the Technical University of Munich.
EVA (1922- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1952-1965. 6.7 cu. ft.
Born in Berlin, Germany in 1922. Eva Kruger earned her architecture degree from
the Technische Hochschule Charlottenburg in 1950 and worked as an architect in Germany
until the mid 1960s, when she focused her career on art. The collection consists of
biographical information, a thesis project, postcards, watercolor photographs, a bound notebook, and 9 folders of architectural drawings of residences and hotels.
available online. Ms2000-098
INGEBORG (1943- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1987-1990. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born 1943, Dachau, Germany. The collection consists of color photomontages
and black and white photomontages of two buildings designed by Kuhler: the Studios
for the Broadcasting Corporation of Southern Germany, 1987; and the State Museum of
Technology and Labor, 1990, both in Mannheim. Also included is a brief biography of
available online. Ms2001-028
KURIAN, ELIZABETH GEORGE (1969- ). CURRICULUM VITAE, 1998-1999
0.1 cu. ft.
Architect in India. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
Biographical Directory: L
MARIE-LOUISE (1935-2014). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1961-2007. 11.3 cu. ft.
Marie-Louise Laleyan (1935-2014) was a San Francisco based architect with 48 years of experience including 30 years as principal of Laleyan Architects (1977-2007). Born and educated in Bulgaria Laleyan arrived in the United States in 1964. Laleyan has practiced architecture in Sofia, Bulgaria; Paris, France; and the United States. The collection contains architectural drawings, specifications, construction files, and photographs relating to projects undertaken by Marie-Louise Laleyan (1977-2007) and Laleyan Architects (1972-1977). Photographic record of her U.S. employment (1965-1972) is also present. Inventory available
PHYLLIS, BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION, 1998, 2006 0.1 cu. ft.
Bachelor degree from Vassar in 1948, master's degree from Illinois Institute of
Technology in 1968. Worked on the Seagram Building with Mies van der Rohe. Founder in
1979 and director until 1999 of the
Canadian Center for Architecture/Centre Canadien d'Architecture.
Lambert was the consulting architect to Peter Rose for the CCA building project, 1984-1989.
In addition to directing the CCA, she won recognition for both her original designs and her
restoration work. The collection contains a biography outlining Lambert's career and a notice
about her receiving the National Building Museum's 2006 Scully Prize. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2006-015
JANE LORENZ (1936- ). PUBLICATIONS, 1990, 1997. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Dallas, Texas. Principal of Landry & Landry
Architects & Planners, and a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.
Brochure of her firm. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-056
JAKOB, EVELYNE (1960- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1987-1992; 1998, 2002. 0.1 cu.ft.
Swiss architect practicing in Bern, Switzerland. Educated
at the Federal Polytechnical School of Zurich, where she earned her Ph.D. in
science in 1993. Member of the Swiss Organization of Engineers and Architects and
the Union Internationale des Femmes Architectes. Papers consist of curriculum vita and
articles (1987 and 1989) by Lang Jakob from the magazines
Archithese and Actualite; a copy of her thesis written in
1992 for the architecture department at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale
de Lausanne (where she did post-graduate work), entitled "Les Premieres
Femmes Architectes de Suisse;" and a copy of the magazine Baudoc
Bulletin (February 1998), with an article by Lang Jakob,
"Neolithische Architektur aus Sudanatolien, Zypern und Malta" (in French
and German). Member of the IAWA Board of Advisors, 1995-2001. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1998-016
YASMEEN, CURRICULUM VITAE AND CD, 1992, 2003. 0.1 cu. ft.
First registered woman architect in Pakistan 1963) and Principal of Lari
Associates, Architects & Urban Designers. Elected to IAWA Board of Advisors in
2002. Collection includes a 1992 curriculum vitae and a CD containing approximately
240 JPG images of six of Lari's completed projects taken by Marcia Feuerstein in
2003. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-057
EDITH, PUBLICATIONS AND PHOTOGRAPHS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Vienna, Austria. Materials include two brochures of a
hospital and of her architectural firm; an article, "Das Frauenstudium
an den Technischen Hochschuelen Wien und Graz," from Frauenstudium
und Akademische Frauenarbeit in Osterreich; and photographs of her
designs of a hydroelectric plant in the Austrian Alps and of a
children's center in Vienna. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-058
DIANA (1940- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1966-1991. 0.4 cu. ft.
British architect and planner living in Nairobi, Kenya. Projects focus on housing and shelter concerns in Africa. Lee-Smith was one of the founders of the Mazingira Institute, an independent research and development NGO, an institution that carried out the first survey of urban agriculture in Kenya (1985). She holds a doctorate in Architecture and Development Studies and has written extensively on urban poverty, gender, development, and environmental issues. The collection consists of a number of papers, publications, books and magazines that were written or edited by Lee-Smith. Inventory available
MARIA JOANA VIANA DE, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1984-1985 3.0 cu. ft.
Architect of Coimbra, Portugal. Papers consist of
two notebooks of architectural drawings and construction specifications for
health centers in Tondela and Vagos, Portugal, of which de Lemos was architect. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
SALLY LYNN, RÉSUMÉ AND EXHIBIT ENTITLED "ALICE THROUGH
THE GLASS CEILING," 1995. 0.2 cu. ft.
Architect of Chicago, Illinois, and co-founder of CARY (Chicks in Architecture
Refuse to Yield), a Chicago women architects group. Materials focus on a
multi-media exhibit Levine created entitled "ALICE (Architecture Lets in
Chicks Except...) Through the Glass Ceiling," which explores the status
of women in the field of architecture. The exhibit was shown at the New
Langton Arts Gallery in San Francisco from July to September 1995.
Materials include literature describing the exhibit, an audiotape
cassette, slides, and Levine's curriculum vitae. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1995-018
ELSA (1932-). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1950-1990. 13.2 cu. ft.
She practiced architecture and landscape architecture in South
Africa, England, and California. Projects include designs for the Hollywood Bowl and the
Los Angeles Philharmonic Association in California. Collection consist of files, photographs,
specifications, and architectural drawings of designs done mostly in the 1980s.
LIN, MAYA, BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 2002.
0.4 cu. ft.
Yale University Alumni Fellows Candidate biography. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
GEORGINA (1953- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1985. 0.2 cu. ft.
Born 1953. Architect of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A copy of her graduate
thesis, "Where Land Meets Water: The Alexandria [Virginia] Performing Arts Center,"
from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Includes a curriculum vitae,
architectural drawings, and photographs. Call Number: LD5655 V855 1985 L57. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
ANTHUSA (1957- ). ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS. 0.1 cu.ft.
Architect of Koln, Germany. Materials include photographs and copies of architectural drawings. A book titled The Shakers: life and production of a community in the pioneering days of America: an exhibition was cataloged separately in the Addison library catalog, and is available through the Special Collections Reading Room. Material is in German. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-060
SOPHIE, BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Greece. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2006-007
VIRGINIA, LETTERS, 1967. 0.1 cu.ft.
Architect of New York City. Collection consists of letters to Lyon from the
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards regarding changing the wording
of her certificate from "he" to "she." Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1992-011
JANE, PUBLICATION, 1987. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of London, Great Britain. Copy of Catalogue of Films
and Television Programmes on Architecture, Town Planning and the
Environment (1987) compiled and edited by Macfarlane. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-061
MAGEE, FANNIE, DRAWINGS. 1.7 cu. ft.
Newcomb College class of 1925. Magee was in the Constructive Design and Interior Decoration Department. Newcomb College, a coordinate college of Tulane University 1886-2006, offered an industrial art program featuring pottery, interior design, furniture making, and many other arts and crafts in an effort to educate women in the "practical side of life" and also to provide employment for women at a time when few opportunities existed. The collection includes 13 original pencil drawings of furniture and interiors signed by Magee. See also Newcomb College Drawings Acc2011-073 below. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
APELLANIZ, MARTA (1959- ).CURRICULUM VITAE. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Madrid, Spain. Collection consists of a lengthy
curriculum vitae with copies of architectural drawings and articles
about her work. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-062
MANEVICH, MARTHA BIL ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1963-2012, (bulk 1963-1965). 1.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Argentina and the United States. Collection contains drawings of three projects developed, 1963-1965, at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina: a school, a hospital and an urban center. Also included are FAIA Fellowship Nomination materials (1995) for her work in heath care facilities. Material is in Spanish and English. Inventory
available online. Ms2013-059
MANG-FRIMMEL, EVA, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1982-1987. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Vienna, Austria. Materials consist of two posters of
photographs and architectural designs of structures she and her
husband, Karl Mang, have designed together from 1953 to 1984, a book
Neue Laden (Verlag Gerd Hatje: Stuttgart. 1981), and two
catalogs in which Mang contributed, two brochures, and copies of four
magazine articles (1982-1987) in which her work is cited. Material is in German and English. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-063
"MANY MORE: WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE, 1978-1988."
EXHIBIT FILES AND PANELS, 1987-1988. 52.3 cu. ft.
Traveling exhibition premiering on May 15, 1988, at the American Institute of
Architects National Convention and Design Exposition in New York City. It was
sponsored by the AIA's Women in Architecture Committee in response to the exhibit "That Exceptional One: Women in American Architecture,
1888-1988." The collection contains correspondence, announcements, clippings, release forms, transcripts of the Exhibit Committee Meeting and an index of the accepted entries, regarding the preparation and organization of the exhibit. The physcial exhibit is also present. Inventory
available online. Ms2000-084
CLAUDIA, POSTERS, 1998. 1.5 cu. ft.
Collection consists of color photomontages of Marquard's commissions
in Berlin. Included is the restoration of a group of apartment buildings on
Rosenthaler Street and the restoration of a house for Potsdam Gregor.
available online. Ms2001-029
ANNA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1997. 0.1 cu. ft.
Faculty member, Department of Near Environments, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
and State University (1992-2001). Member of the Board of Advisors of the IAWA, 1996-1999.
The collection consists of an exhibit catalog for Knoll Furniture. Marshall-Baker
co-curated the exhibition, entitled "The Knoll Spirit," which was held in Wallace Hall
at the College of Human Resources,
Virginia Tech, in 1997. Also included is Marshall-Baker's curriculum
vitae, with an extensive list of her publications. See also exhibitions
she curated in the VT
available online. Ms2001-030
SHELLEY F., RÉSUMÉ. 0.1 cu. ft.
Faculty member of the Department of Architecture, Virginia Polytechnic
Institute and State University. Member of the IAWA Board of Advisors, 1996-1998. IAWA Small Collections.
KAZUKO, EXHIBITION MATERIAL, 2001.
Please see the International Union of Women Architects (UIFA)Congress Materials, Ms2012-001.
MATRIX: FEMINIST ARCHITECTURAL CO-OPERATIVE LIMITED,
PUBLICATIONS, 1986, 1989. 0.1 cu. ft.
Non-profit women's architectural cooperative in London, Great Britain,
designed to help women's groups and groups that benefit women by finding and
assessing potential building sites, aiding in obtaining funding for construction,
and making models and giving workshops to help women's groups
understand and take part in the design process. Records consist of
publications written and published by MATRIX, including Making
Space: Women and the Man-Made Environment (1986), Building for
Childcare (1986), and A Job Designing Buildings (1986). IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-064
JUNKO, EXHIBITION MATERIALS AND FIRM BROCHURE, 1996, 1998, 2001.
President of Laboratory for Innovators of Quality of Life based in Tokyo, Japan. Material is in Japanese and English. Part of IAWA Small Collections. See also International Union of Women Architects (UIFA)Congress Materials, Ms2012-001.
EVA, BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION. 0.1 cu. ft.
Biographical Information and project information sheets for the AIA Earth Day 2000 Top Ten Winner submission C.K. Choi Building for the Institute of Asian Records, University of British Columbia. IAWA Small Collections.
ROXANA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1984. 8.0 cu. ft.
Born in Romania, McDonald did restoration work before moving to Britain and
completing post-graduate studies in Building Conservation. The collection
consists of the research, drawings, working drafts, and illustrations for
McDonald's book entitled The Fireplace Book published in 1984. Inventory
available online. Ms1994-001
MEETING MINUTES OF THE ART LEAGUE OF PHILADELPHIA AND DIARY OF ART LEAGUE MEMBER ELSA MARIE RUPP HOFHEINZ. 1928-1947. 0.2 cu. ft. Organization that aimed to present and promote the work of member artists, both male and female, including painting, watercolors, ceramics, photography and a variety of printmaking techniques. Hofheinz served as secretary beginning in 1944. Collection includes minutes from the meetings of the Art League of Philadelphia from October 21, 1936 to October 21, 1947 as recorded by the League's secretaries over those years. Collection also contains the diary of Art League member Elsa Marie Rupp Hofheinz from 1928. Finding aid available online. Ms2013-094.
LOUISE (1894-1980). AUTOBIOGRAPHY. 0.2 cu. ft.
Born in Germany in 1894, died 1980, wife of German-American architect Eric Mendelsohn (1887-1953), who was an exponent of German Expressionism and the functional modern look called the "International Style." Collection is a typescript autobiography, "My Life in a Changing World" by Louise Mendelsohn, about her life with her husband, her views on architecture and design, and her attempts to establish what is now the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. Also includes a typescript proposal by Mendelsohn for the establishment of "A Museum of Architecture." (1954) Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1989-056
AMAZA LEE (1895-1984). BIOGRAPHICAL ARTICLE. 0.1 cu. ft.
African-American architect in Virginia; professor of Art at
Virginia State University. Materials consist of a November 1994 article written
for Inform about Meredith's life and work, particularly about her design
of her home in Petersburg, Virginia. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-065
MERLE, ULLA, ARTICLE 0.1 cu.ft.
Collection includes a 1993 periodical "Hessische Heimat" vol.3, containing an article by Merle of Marburg, Germany about a female architect and monument-caretaker named Anneliese Klappenbach. Material is in German. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
SONJA (1956- ). BROCHURE, 1997. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born 1956 in Croatia. Architect in Croatia and Slovenia. Printed brochure containing basic biographical information about Miculinic as well as a listing of exhibitions, reference projects, and competitions she which she participated. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2006-005
VESNA (1954- ). ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 1987-1990. 0.2 cu. ft.
Facility architect at the Faculty of Architecture of the University
in Zagreb, Croatia (formerly Yugoslavia). Received first prize in
competitions for urban designs in Zagreb and Krg. Collection consists of
architectural drawings and copies of photographs for competitions
(1987-1990) in which she submitted entries (urban villas in Zagreb and
housing in Belgrade). Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-066
MILKA BLIZNAKOV PRIZE,
RECORDS, 1999-2011. 0.5 cu. ft.
The Milka Bliznakov Prize, established in 1998, honors the founder of the International Archive of Women in Architecture. The prize is conferred in recognition of research that advances knowledge of women's contributions to architecture and related design fields, and was created to encourage the use and growth of the International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA). The collection consists of announcements about the award, proposal submissions for the prize, and original works of research. Inventory
available online. Ms2001-045
ALICE FINNERUP, POSTER, 2007. 2.5 cu. ft.
Moller is a practicing architect in Denmark. The collection consists of a poster
entitled "A House on the West Coast of Denmark: Identity - Preservation and
putting into value of the national heritage." It has writen narrative (in English),
interior and exterior photos and a photo of architect. Another poster by Moller
is part of the International Union of Women Architects (UIFA)Congress Materials listed below. Part of IAWA Small Collections.Ms2007-016
MOODY, HARRIET and MILDRED MOODY [MOODY SISTERS] REPORT, 2000. 0.1 cu.ft.Report from Santa Barbara's Historic Landmarks Commission on securing a landmark designation for 1086 Coast Village Road, A Moody Sisters design. The report contains biographical information about the sisters and history about their architectural business. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
"MORE THAN THE SUM OF OUR BODY PARTS: AN EXHIBIT BY CARY, 1992-1993,"
RECORDS, 1932-1993. 2 cu. ft.
Exhibition designed and produced by CARY, Chicks in Architecture Refuse to Yield
(to atavistic thinking in design and society), an offshoot of Chicago Women in
Architecture. Collection consists of materials created for the exhibit or in
preparation of it, including press releases, drawings and floor plans, announcements
and newsletters, copies of articles advertising the exhibit, meeting
minutes, a videotape of the exhibit set-up and opening reception, and
exhibit catalogs. The exhibit was shown at the Randolph Street
Gallery in Chicago, Illinois, in June and July, 1993, illustrating the
ways that women architects are discriminated against in the workplace.
available online. Ms1994-023
Biographical Database entry. Her papers are housed in Special
Collections at California Polytechnic State University at San Luis
Obispo and at the Environmental
Design Archives, College of Environmental Design, University of
California at Berkeley.
MOSS, BETTY L., ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1950-2007. 56.5 cu. ft.
New Orleans architect and advocate of architectural preservation and conservation. Architectural drawings, business correspondence/notes, catalog pages illustrating fixtures. Notable projects include proposals for the adaptive re-use of the Rivergate in New Orleans and redevelopment after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Inventory
CORNELIA, PHOTOGRAPHS AND BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL. 0.2 cu. ft.
Architect of Berlin, Germany, and a partner in the firm Muller,
Knippschild, Wehberg. Materials consist of photographs (1983-1988) of
her work with her firm, biographical information, and a brochure of her
designs. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-067
CATHERINE (1953- ), RÉSUMÉ AND PHOTOGRAPHS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Zurich, Switzerland. Materials include
a résumé and forty-five copies of photographs and
architectural drawings of apartment complexes and other residential
housing projects she has designed. Material is in English and German. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-068
ALESSANDRA, BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION. 0.1 cu. ft.
Practicing architect in Rome, Italy. Papers consist of a
résumé, a brochure of works completed, and articles published
in the magazine metamorfosi. Her 2003 book, Metamorph: Architetture
= Works and Projects 1965-2003: Gabriele De Giorgi, Alessandra Muntoni,
Marcello Pazzaglini is cataloged in ADDISON
and available in the Special Collections Rare Book Room. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-094
NAKAHARA, NOBUKO (1929-2008), EXHIBIT BOARDS, 2002.
2.0 cu. ft.
Architect of Japan. Nakahara received her architecture degree from the Musashi Institute of Technology (now Tokyo City University) in 1952. She was also involved on the international scene serving as Vice President of International Union of Women Architects (UIFA) and as president and president emeritus of UIFA JAPON. Her collection contains copies of boards made for the exhibition "Women and Architecture - creating better housing and cities/towns for supporting both work and family life." exhibition was held at the "Center for Advancement of Working Women (Tokyo, Japan) in 2002. Dates for residences in the exhibit are 1965, 1975, 1986. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
ILONA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1978-2003. 0.2 cu. ft.
Architect of Budapest, Hungary. Began working in 1978 at the Hungarian Ministry
of Housing, then opened a private practice in 1991. The collection consists of
residential, commercial and competition projects, mostly in Hungary. Inventory
available online. Ms2005-010
NEWCOMB COLLEGE, DRAWINGS, 1899, 1915, 1923
0.2 cu. ft.
Newcomb College, a coordinate college of Tulane University 1886-2006, offered an industrial art program featuring pottery, interior design, furniture making, and many other arts and crafts in an effort to educate women in the "practical side of life" and also to provide employment for women at a time when few opportunities existed. The collection includes 3 original pencil drawings - 2 by Wanda Simmons and 1 unattributed. See also Fannie Magee drawings, Acc2010-033. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
TSVETANA (1923- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1971-1994. 2.8 cu. ft.
Born in 1923 in Popitsa, Bulgaria. Worked in France designing apartment
buildings and in Bulgaria with the Regional Design Organization and as a private
architect. Collection consists of a résumé and ink drawings of a
railroad station in Ikhtiman, rest shop facilities in Kolotino and an apartment
building in Bulgaria. Inventory
available online. Ms2000-006
ZDENKA MARIE, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1979, 1988-1991. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect and artist of the Czech Republic. Graduated from Prague Technical
University in 1963 with a degree in architecture and has designed
several architectural projects in the Czech Republic, most notably the
interior of a Gothic church in the town of Most. Papers consist of
architectural drawings, photographs, a booklet about her work, an exhibit booklet,
and a CD with plans. Material is in English and Czech. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1994-019
STANISLAWA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION,1950, 1953, 2000. 0.1 cu. ft.
Nowicki's papers consist of a biographical sketch as well as recollections of
Nowicki written by student of the School of Architecture at the
University of Pennsylvania. There are photographs of the interior and
exterior of her house in Villanova, Pennsylvania, and a photograph of a
curtain that Nowicki designed for the Coliseum in Raleigh. Inventory
available online. Ms2001-031
NINA (1927- ). COLLECTION, 2005. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect in Russia. Graduated from Moscow Architecture
Institute in 1951. Worked on institutional architectural projects until her
retirement in 1983. Now an active painter and artist. Collection contains
one exhibit brochure and a draft copy of a book with color illustrations of her
architectural projects and photographs of her paintings. Material is in Russian. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2006-014
VIRGINIA B. (1923-1999)., ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1937-1965. 1.0 cu. ft.
Born in Stamford, Connecticut. Practicing architect in the
Stamford area 1957-1963. Architectural projects include residential plans for
several projects, including the Sawmill House and a hexagonal vacation home. An
ORGANIZATION OF WOMEN ARCHITECTS AND DESIGN PROFESSIONALS,
RECORDS, 1965-2005 4.0 cu. ft.
The Organization of Women Architects and Design Professionals (OWA) is an organization for women architects and designers in the San Francisco bay area. It officially became incorporated in 1973. The collection contains documents, reports, agendas, membership directories, photos, slides, and publications concerning the history and activities of the OWA. Inventory
ORGANIZATION OF WOMEN ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS [JAPAN]
COMMEMORATIVE BOOKS, 1986 AND 1996. 0.1 cu. ft.
Organization founded in 1976 for Japanese women architects and engineers to explore
the many issues of working in these previously male-dominated professions. Consists
of The Greedy Concerto, published in 1986 with a history of the organization's
founding and autobiographies and essays of the members. A 20th anniversary book,
The Greedy Concerto: the Second Movement, was published in 1996 with information
about the activities of the organization since the first book was published.
These volumes are cataloged in the Special Collections Rare Book Room.
JOYCE (1954- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1985-2004. 23.3 cu ft
Born in New York, architect in Israel. This collection contains drawings, text, and
photographs of some of the prestigious public building projects handled by Joyce Oron
Architecture and Town Planner from 1985 to 2004. Most material is in Hebrew, and
English descriptions are available. Inventory
available online. Ms2005-006
AYSUN, BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION, 2004. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect in Turkey. Includes curriculum vitae and articles. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2004-008
PATRICIA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, inclusive 1997. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born in 1950, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The collection includes a book
entitled Patkau Architects and a résumé from the firm that
includes an extensive project list.
available online. Ms2001-032
IRINA, SPEECH AND NEGATIVES. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architectural historian of Bucharest, Romania. Collection consists of a
transcript of a speech given in French by Patrulius about the work of early women
architects in Romania, and photographic negatives of the work of Romanian
architects Henriette Delavrancea-Gibory (1894-1987), Virginia Haret (1894-1962),
and Maria Cotescu (1896- ). Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1998-029
HARRIET, BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION, 2004, n.d. 0.1 cu. ft.
Harriet Pattison, ASLA, is a landscape architect currently based in
Pennsylvania. The collection contains a typed copy of her remarks to a 2004
Yale symposium about her collaboration with architect Louis Kahn as well as
photocopied pages showing selected landscape projects she designed. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2005-020
SILVIA (1923- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1966-2003. 2.4 cu. ft.
Architect of Bucharest, Romania. Papers include photographs of
children's hospitals and centers she has designed, correspondence,
notes, photographs, and biographical information as well as writings by
her and about her work, including Paun's books (housed in the Rare Book
Room, Identites europeennes inedites : Italia-Romania dans la
prehistorie, l'ethnos, l'architecture = Unknown European identities :
Italia-Romania in prehistory, ethnos, architecture (Bucuresti:
Editura Tehnica, 1998) [AZ108 P38 1996] and Identitati europene
inedite : Italia--Romania in preistorie, etnos, arhitectura = Identita
europee inedite : Italia--Romania nella preistoria, nell'ethnos,
nell'architettura (Bucuresti: Editura Tehnica, c1996) [AZ108 P3814
available online. Ms1991-057
LIUDMILA PAVLOVA (1932- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1962-1990. 2.0 cu. ft.
Born in the Rostov Region of Russia. Worked for 35 years (1956-1989) in "Glavproekt" the largest state design organization in Sofia, Bulgaria. She now practices in her private architectural office (dated February 2009). Collection consists of some biographical material and photocopies of several projects including a library, a home, sanitoriums, and office buildings. Material is in Bulgarian with some English translation. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
RADKA (1933- ). ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 1964-1999. 6.7 cu. ft.
Born in Bulgaria. Designed interiors and furniture, as well as
urban design and landscape. Collection consists of a portfolio, original drawings, resume, clippings and photocopies. The material reflects Pavlova's broad experience, which varies from the design of master plans, urban design, interior design, design of schools, cultural centers, hotels, restaurants, housing, libraries, business centers, commercial centers, etc. The drawings cover several aspects of Pavlova's design activity in different periods. It starts with the project of Park Kenana dated 1964 and ends with the project of the Commercial center in Blagoevgrad designed in 1986 and completed in 1999.
available online. Ms2000-003
MARIA (1954- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1978-2006. 2.5 cu. ft.
Maria Georgieva Peeva (sister of Rositsa Popova) graduated from Sofia Polytechnic
in 1977 and was assigned to work at the Design Organization in the town of Schumen,
where she led the design section. In 1988 she was named Chief Architect of the
Beloslav Region, and in 2000 she became Regional Architect of the Black Sea tourist
region. In 1991, while still carrying these appointments, she opened a private
practice with fellow woman architect Natalia Liutskanova. After 1993, Peeva continued
running the office alone. She is particularly known for designing schools, vacation
houses and hotels, and retail stores. Papers include project lists, project documentation
and drawing lists for vacation houses in Rogachevo, and drawings for a Worker's Vacation
Retreat for the Schumen Chemical factory "Volov," as well as a curriculum vitae. Inventory
available online. Ms2007-033
JANA (SHANA) (1947-). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1980-1999. 2.4 cu. ft.
Born in Sliven, Hungary. Architect practicing in Bulgaria,
working on commercial buildings. Collection consists of 24 architectural drawings, 11 photocopies of drawings, photographs and newspaper clippings. This collection documents her activity in designing several underground commercial centers and pedestrian passageways located at tramway terminals and boulevard crossings in Sofia, Bulgaria and its surrounding neighorhoods from 1980-1993. Inventory
available online. Ms2000-002
CHARLOTTE (1903- ). RÉSUMÉ. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect and designer that specialized in furniture. Worked with Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret. Biographical article discussing her career. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
ISKRA NIKOLOVA, COLLECTION, 1981-2005. 0.1 cu. ft.
Iskra Nikolova Petrova studied architecture at Sofia Polytechnic. After her graduation in 1977, she worked for the state design and construction organization "Technoeksportstroi," which built many buildings in Africa and the Near East. The collection contains seven competition project drawings for housing neighborhood in Haarlem / Haarlemmermeer, Nigeria, Africa, ca. 1981, and a two-page curriculum vitae. Material is in Bulgarian and English. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2007-014
PETTERSEN, ELEANORE (1916-2003). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1915-2010, bulk 1950-2000. 297 cu. ft.
Eleanore K. Pettersen received a Certificate in Architecture from Cooper Union for Advancement of Science and Art in 1941, and was an apprentice to Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin from 1941-1943. She was one of the first women licensed as an architect in the state of New Jersey in 1950, and was the first woman in New Jersey to open her own architectural office. She primarily designed residences and was also very active in professional and civic organizations. She became a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA) in 1991. The collection consists of project files, sketches, blueprints, drawings, models, photographs, and other material relating to over 600 of Pettersen's projects as well as material relating to her participation in various professional and civic organizations. The materials in the collection range in date from 1915-2010 with the bulk of the material dating 1950-2000. Inventory
available online. Examples of Pettersen's work can be viewed on the
ALBERTA (1899-1994). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1929-1976. 10.3 cu. ft.
Architect of Hadlyme, Connecticut; born in Illinois.
Graduated from the University of Illinois--Urbana/Champaign in 1923 as
one of the first women to achieve a degree in architecture at that
institution. Worked with Harrie T. Lindberg architectural firm in New
York City until she set up a practice in Hadlyme with her husband,
Homer F. Pfeiffer, in the early 1930s. Practiced from the 1930s to the
1970s in Hadlyme, designing and renovating many residences in that area.
Collection consists of detailed files and architectural drawings for
250 projects done between 1933 and 1976, correspondence, and
photographs of her and her designs. Inventory
PIDGEON, MONICA, ARTICLE, 1999. 0.1 cu. ft.
Column from The Architects' Journal titled "People" dated 8 July 1999. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
PIERCE, MARJORIE, OBITUARY, 2000. 0.1 cu. ft.
Obituary from The Boston Globe dated January 20, 2000 Part of IAWA Small Collections.
RAILI, PUBLICATIONS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect from Helsinki, Finland who works in collaboration with her husband.
The book is titled Modernin Arkkitehtuurin Valimaastoissa or Intermediate
Zones in Modern Architecture. NA1455 F53 P546 1985. Also an article "Pietilä modernin arkkitehtuurin välimaastoissa intermediate zones in modern architecture." Material is in Finnish and English. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
PINGEL, GERDA, EXHIBITION POSTERS AND DRAWINGS, 1998
0.1 cu. ft.
Architect from Germany. Collection consists of exhibition posters and drawings presented at the 12th UIFA Congress, Tokyo, Japan (1998). The drawings detail several buildings on the University of Kiel campus, Pharmacy building , "Sealarium," Research Laboratory, and Auditorium of the College Center and the efforts of the architect to integrate institutional buildings into the surrounding community. Material is in German and English. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
CARME (1954- ). BOOKLET, 1995. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born in Barcelona, Pinos graduated from the Barcelona School of
Architecture in 1979. Her papers consist of a booklet, published in 1995
to showcase Pinos' work when she was awarded the Plym Distinguished
Professorship in Architecture at the University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign in 1994. The booklet contains pictures of Pinos' work
and comments from students and colleagues. Inventory
M. ROSARIA (1937- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1960-1995. 5.5 cu. ft.
Architect of New York, born in Naples, Italy. Educated in Italy
and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (B.Arch., 1960).
Professor of Architecture at the City College of the City University of
New York since 1974. Served as Dean of the CCNY College of Architecture
from 1980 to 1983, being the first woman dean of any school of
architecture in the United States. Worked as project architect at
various architects' offices through the 1960s and early 1970s, including
I.M. Pei & Architects. Opened her own architectural practice in 1974.
Member of the IAWA Board of Advisors from 1985 to 1995. Papers consist
of architectural drawings, correspondence, photographs, newspaper
clippings, and files that detail the many facets of her career as
educator, architect, and advocate of women in architecture; audiotape.
Most of the materials focus on her architectural projects when she worked at other
architects' offices, and as an independent architect, where most of her projects
were focused in the New York area. Examples of her work can be viewed on the
VT ImageBase. Inventory
available online. Ms1995-007
HELGA, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1977-1978; 1995. 3.1 cu. ft.
Helga Plumb is a retired architect from Toronto, Ontario, and partner of the
Dubois Plumb Partnership in Toronto from 1979-1993. The collection includes her
curriculum vitae and architectural drawings and sketches of the Tom Longboat Junior School,
Toronto, Canada a project that began in 1977. Inventory
ROSITSA, COLLECTION. 3.3 cu. ft.
Rositsa Peeva-Popova (sister of Maria Peeva) graduated from Sofia Polytechnic in 1981, and
was then assigned by the government to work for the Design Organization in the town of
Gabrovo. She later worked for towns of Ruse and Schumen before establishing a private
practice with her architect husband. That practice opened in Schumen but moved to Varna,
where Popova now also teaches architecture at the Varna Free University. Popova's work
centers on urban design, with many apartment buildings as well as gas stations, commercial
facilities, and urban space designs. Her donation includes drawings for an Evangelical
Church and a Fashion House for the Factory "Val Poskova," both in Schumen as well as
a curriculum vitae. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2007-015
PORTUGALI, NILI (1948- ). CURRICULUM VITAE, 2000.
0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Israel. Collection is composed of her curriculum vitae. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
ANNA-LULJA, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1986-1987. 0.1 cu. ft.
The collection consists of articles about exhibitions of Praun's furniture in the
late 1980's. Also included is an exhibition announcement with the picture of the
"Komponierpult fur Gyorgy Ligeti," a desk which appears in most of the articles. A
photograph of Praun and a book, published in 1986, entitled Anna-Lulja Praun. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
ELSA (1948- ). PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect and professor at the University for Applied Arts in Vienna, Austria. Papers consist of lists of her various professional achievements
and a brochure of the work she did with the group "Igirien." Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-069
SHALIT (1919- ). DRAWINGS, 1993. 0.1 cu. ft.
Born in Translyvania. Attended Sorbonne 1938-1939; she received
her diploma in 1950 in architectural engineering from Transylvania
Polytechnic. After ten years as a designed at the Design Institute in
Bucharest, she moved to Israel where her design work focused on
governmental institutions and offices. She taught in both high schools
and professional schools and has worked on developing new materials for
architectural uses. The collection consists of architectural sketches
of some Rachel's work including an opera house, Complex for Winter
Olympiada, Indian Museum. Inventory
available online. Ms2001-046
BERTA (1910-1998). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1951-1963.1.4 cu. ft.
Architect of Switzerland. Educated at l'Ecole Polytechnique Federale de
Zurich (Diploma in architecture, 1934). Collection consists of photographs
and architectural drawings of her main works exhibited in 1963 at the
Congress of the Union Internationale des Femmes Architectes (UIFA) in
Paris. Also includes nine drawings for the Kunzle-Stiftung Schaffhausen
competition (n.d.). Pictures of her work are available on the VT
available online. Ms1998-011
REESE, ILSE MEISSNER, PAPERS, 1999.
0.1 cu. ft.
Ilse Meissner Reese came to the United States from Germany in 1938. She received a certificate in Industrial Design (1941) and a Bachelor of Architecture (1946) from the Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York. She spent ten years as an Associate Editor of Progressive Architecture (1955-1965) before going into private practice in 1975. The collection includes one folder of biographical material containing a summary of Reese's educational and professional experience from 1941-1999 and a statement by Reese entitled "Reflections on a Career in Architecture." Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2009-054
ELISAVETA RICHOVA (1939- ). RÉSUMÉ AND DRAWINGS. 2.1 cu. ft.
Bulgarian architect. Collection includes a resume and several drawings. The drawings consist of a residential building, competition project for "St. Visarion" cathedral, and a project for the National Lyceum for Antique Langues and Culture in Sofia, Bulgaria. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
LILIAN (1889-1938). DRAWINGS.
Noted architect in California. Twenty-seven drawings
for California residences by Rice dating from 1926-1938, with Olive Chadeayne as her
associate. These drawings are located in the Olive Chadeayne
Architectural Collection, Ms1990-057 Inventory
ELIZABETH CHU (1949- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1986-2003. 0.5 cu. ft.
Architect of Corpus Christi, Texas, born in Hong Kong. Materials
include copies of articles written by Richter for the Corpus Christi
Caller-Times; literature about her firm Richter Associates
Architects, Inc.; a copy of Texas Architect that had information
about a design which received the 1997 Texas Society of Architects
Design Award; and a copy of Letters for Our Children: Fifty Americans
Share Lessons in Living, edited by Erica Goode, which includes an entry by
available online. Ms1997-022
LUTAH MARIA (1896-1984). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1958. 0.1 cu. ft.
Riggs was the first licensed female architect in Santa Barbara, California and the first woman in the state to be elected to The American Institute of Architect's College of Fellows. She is a 1919 graduate of the University of California, Berkeley. The collection consists of color prints and slides of her most famous work the Vedanta Temple in Montecito, California. Riggs's work is in the
Architecture & Design Collection,
University Art Museum, University of California at Santa Barbara.
available online. Ms2001-034
DONNA V., ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 1980. 0.1 cu. ft.
Donna Robertson has served as the dean of Tulane University's School of
Architecture and the Dean of the Illinois Institute of Technology,
College of Architecture. She received a Master of Architecture degree
from the University of Virginia School of Architecture in 1978. The
collection consists of her ink and pencil drawings, and a plan as well
as an exterior elevation of the Bessie Smith Memorial Dance Hall.
available online. Ms2001-048
MELITA (1914- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1931-2003, bulk 1960-1990. 10.7 cu. ft.
Architect of Washington, D.C. Papers consist of
numerous writings done or contributed to by Rodeck while she worked
as architect for special research projects of the Office of Chief of
Engineers, U.S. Army (1968-1973); coordinator for architectural
research for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development (1973-1980); and program manager of Radiological
Emergency Preparedness Programs for the Federal Emergency
Management Agency (1980-1985). Also includes architectural drawings
for several designs she worked on from 1949 to 1975 in her private practice. Inventory
available online. Ms1992-028
ROQUE-GOURARY, JUDITH (DITA). (1915-2010). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1926-1981. 4.2 cu. ft.
Architect and founder of the Union of Women Architects in Belgium. Studied in Germany and Austria before emigrating to Belgium at the onset of World War II. She specialized in remodels of 19th century residences. Outspoken advocate for women in the profession. Collection consists of drawings, personal journals, business records, as well as published articles about the Union of Women Architects of Belgium and Roque-Gourary. Inventory available online. Ms2011-074.
E. MARIA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1940-2010. 3.6 cu. ft.
Architect currently residing in Virginia. Papers include curriculum
vitae and drawings, sketches, and a project description for Christiansburg
(Virginia) Library Reading Garden, 2005. Also includes class notes and a
panel with views of a Chelsea redevelopment project from Cooper Union, and
1979 repair plans for Roth's New Jersey house. Inventory available online. Ms2007-009
LORRAINE (1920- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1950-1980. 3.2 cu. ft.
Architect of Los Angeles, California. Draftsman and
job captain at several architectural and engineering firms in Los
Angeles from 1948 to 1983, including Donald R. Warren, Engineers, and
Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendelhall. Life member and former President
of the Association for Women in Architecture; member of the
International Union of Women Architects. Collection consists of elevations
and floor plans of industrial buildings she worked on in California
and Arizona; conference pins; and a scrapbook of photographs, clippings,
and certificates of achievement. Inventory
available online. Ms1990-025
MARILYN (1938- ). PUBLICATION, 1993. 0.1 cu. ft.
Sociologist and head of the Department of History, Philosophy,
and the Social Sciences at the Rhode Island School of Design. Has written on
topics about residential communities in eastern Europe, particularly the
former German Democratic Republic. Collection consists of a reprint of
an article written by Rueschemeyer for Urban Studies (Vol. 30,
no. 3, 1993) entitled "East Germany's New Towns in Transition: A
Grassroots View of the Impact of Unification." Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1997-008
CLAIRE (1914-1973). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1928-1935, 1952, 1958. 3.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Bern, Switzerland. Collection consists of
architecture class notes taken by Rufer-Eckmann as a student
at l'École Polytechnique Federale de Zurich, in the mid-1930s, notes and original drawings from her travels in Sweden and Finland, and several oversize folders containing 46 architectural drawings: designs of 2 pavilions for SAFFA 58, 2 drawings of Chalet Meleria in Valmont, a large drawing of Zurich, and 10 pages of accompanying notes. Inventory
available online. Ms1998-018
KARIN, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1991-1995. 34.5 cu. ft.
The collection contains architectural drawings, images, and models for
the Projekt 1.10, Gartenstadt Jahnstrasse/Dahlwitz Hoppegarten, or "Jahnstr."
available online. Ms2001-016
SIGRID LORENZEN (1943-2004). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1950-2004, bulk 1976-2004. 219 cu. ft.
Principal architect of SLR/Architects in Palo Alto, California (1976-1998). Born in Germany she earned a B. Arch. from the University of California, Berkeley (1966). The collection consists of architectural drawings, photographs, administrative and job files, contracts, and other material relating to over 700 of Rupp's projects, as well as material relating to Rupp's personal travel and artistic endeavors. Inventory available online. Ms1997-006.
RYSDALE, ANNE J., PATTERN BOOK, c.1950. 0.1 cu. ft.
Anne Rysdale was the only practicing female architect in the state of Arizona between 1949-1960. She was born and raised in Tucson. She graduated from the University of Arizona in 1940 with a degree in Engineering and Fine Arts as the University of Arizona did not have an architecture program at that time. In 1946, she received her Master's of Architecture at the University of Washington (Seattle). In her early career, she worked for Henry Jaastad and Arthur Brown, two prominent Tucson architects. She established her own firm Anne J. Rysdale, Architect & Assocs, Inc. in 1949. Rysdale Associates grew to be a 105 person architectural and construction management firm with offices in Tucson and Scottsdale, Arizona and Albuquerque, New Mexico. Rysdale moved to Florida and has been practicing there since 1981. Also goes by Barbara N. Rysdale. The collection contains a pattern book titled Anne J. Rysdale Distinctive Plans for Western Homes & Multi-Units. The book is divided into six sections: one bedroom (4); two bedroom (76); three bedroom (72); four bedroom (17); duplex (12); and triplex (4). Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2010-087
LISBETH (1914- ). PHOTOGRAPHS AND BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Zurich, Switzerland. Papers include photographs
of designs and structures by Sachs, and a copy of Zum Entwurf Des
Kurtheaters Baden Von Lisbeth Sachs by Matthias Bram, about Sachs'
design of theaters. Also includes a reprint from a publication of the
contributions to a colloquium, "Building with Intelligence," in which
Sachs gave a paper, "What Do We Mean by Intelligence: Intelligence and
Vision in Building," in November 1993 in Stuttgart, Germany. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1997-001
ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 1958. 2.8 cu. ft.
The Swiss Exhibition for Women's Work (SAFFA) was an exhibition organized by the major national women's organizations in Switzerland focusing on women's roles in home and society. The 1958 exhibition buildings were designed and built by Swiss women architects. Collection consists of sixty-three drawings of the buildings, including the collaborative work of Claire Rufer-Eckmann, Beate Billeter, Verena Fuhrimann, Jetti Judin-Mutzenberg, and Annemarie Hubacher-Constam. Inventory
HEMA, CURRICULUM VITAE, 1992. 0.1 cu. ft.
Part of IAWA Small Collections. Acc2006-048
ALDA (1945- ). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL. 0.1 cu. ft.
City architect of Porto, Portugal. Papers include an autobiographical
sketch and a 1985 article about Santos. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-070
OCHIRPUREV, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 2001-2003. 0.1 cu.ft.
Architect of Mongolia and IAWA Board member. The collection includes the
magazine Mongolian Construction, which features a shopping center by
Sarantsatsral and photographs of the project, as well as a photo of a model
of a restaurant and photocopies of a master plan of a monastery. In 2003, CAD
architectural plans for a building designed by Sarantsatsral and her son were
available online. Ms2002-019
SHANNON TAYLOR, RÉSUMÉ AND DESIGN OF LIBRARY AND CIVIC CENTER,
BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA. 0.1 cu. ft.
Principal of Shannon Taylor Scarlett, Architects, of Boston, Massachusetts,
since 1991. Won first prize in a design competition for a library and civic center
in Blacksburg, Virginia, in 1992. Papers consist of a curriculum vitae, a firm
history, and a description of the Blacksburg library and civic center design. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1995-010
BARBARA (1936- ). PAPERS, 1990, 1999. 1.5 cu. ft.
Architect of Munster, Germany, and Professor of Design and Interior
Design at the Professional University in Munster. Papers consist of a reprint of
an article from the journal Deutsche Bauzeitung about a project
she designed, curriculum vitae, and brochure for her lecture, "Light Space." Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1992-021
HELGA (1938- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1960-1987. 3.0 cu. ft.
Architect of Berlin, Germany, and former member of the IAWA Board
of Advisors. Papers consist of twenty-nine architectural drawings for three designs
done while a student in the 1960s at the Technical University of Berlin,
where she earned her architecture degree. The projects include a design
for the Goethe Institute in Berlin; the Pflanzenhaus and Palmengarten,
or botanical garden, in Frankfurt; and a student competition for a
playground building in which she won first prize. Also includes a
presentation, "The Collaboration of Couples in Architecture," given by
Schmidt-Thomsen in San Francisco in 1987, and biographical information. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1995-017
HAN (1918-1992). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1950-1992. 42 cu. ft.
Born in the Netherlands. Schroeder was raised in the Rietveld Schroder House, the iconic example of De Stijl architecture style. Much of her work is influenced by De Stijl. Professor of Interior Design at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia (1979-1988), New York Institute of Technology (1967-1979) and Adelphi University (1966-1969); and member of the Netherlands Institute of Architects and the Netherlands Federation of Interior Designers. Materials consist of personal papers, architectural drawings, photographs, specifications, correspondence, and other material relating to several projects she designed and renovated in the Netherlands, including Ellichem, a Humanist Center for Rejected and Problem Children in Ellecom, (1955-1963); De Poort, a Home for Rejected Children in Bussum (1955-1958); and Kesslerhuis, a recreation building for employees of the Netherlands Steel Furnaces in Ymuidan (1962). Also includes materials relating to the Reitveld Schroeder House (originally commissioned by Schroeder's mother) in Utrecht, Netherlands, designed by Gerrit Thomas Reitveld (1888-1965), with plans, contracts and deeds, correspondence, and meeting minutes for its conversion into a museum.
available online. Ms1987-064
MARGARETE (1897- ). EXHIBITION ANNOUNCEMENTS, 1993, 1997. 0.1 cu. ft.
The collection contains two exhibition announcements in German. One from 1993 and another in celebration of Schütte-Lihotzky's 100th birthday in 1997. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
DENISE, BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION, 1984-1985, 2013 and undated. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect and planner, principal of the firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates.
Collection contains biographical information about Scott Brown and the firm Venturi,
Rauch and Scott Brown. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2006-003
BARBARA, THESIS, 1984. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Hannover, Germany. Materials include a photograph of Seifen and
a copy of her thesis from the University of Hannover, Aber Vorbilder Hat Es
Keine Gegeben: Erfahrungen Von Architektinnen Im Beruf (But There Were No
Role Models: Experiences of Women Architects in their Profession). Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-071
MARIA FERNANDA MACHADO, RÉSUMÉ. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Porto, Portugal. Curriculum vitae. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-072
SENA (d.2002). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1963-2002. 0.5 cu. ft.
Architect in Zagreb, Republic of Croatia. She was a professor (1946-1986) and the first female Dean of Architecture (1979-1982) at the University of Zagreb. Author of Zena u Arhitekturi: Tragom žene Kreatora I žene Teoretičara U Povijesti Arhitekture [Rare Book Room NA2543 W65 S45 1998]; a rare research document that explores the history of women in the built environment dating back to Ancient Babylonian Times. An unpublished English translation of this book titled By Her Order and Design: A Search of Women in Architectural Theory and Practice is present in her collection. Sekulic-Gvozdanovic's collection contains published and unpublished works, personal correspondence, photographs, slides, and lectures pertaining to her research concerning women in architecture. Materials range in date from 1963-2002. Inventory
available online. Ms1998-009
SEPIC, LILJANA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 2005 and undated. 0.1 cu. ft.
Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb, Croatia (2011). Papers include an article "Housing reconstruction of war damaged towns and villages in eastern Croatia" (2005) and photographs and 1 drawing for an optician shop in Zagreb. Material is in English. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2009-054
GRACE (1925-2013). ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 1962-1965. 10.0 cu. ft.
Architectural historian formerly of Blacksburg, Virginia. Shackelford along with her husband George Shackelford (a history professor at Virginia Tech) supervised the restoration of Smithfield Plantation. Collection consists of architectural drawings for three residences in Blacksburg, Montgomery County, and Woolwine, Virginia, that Shackelford designed or remodeled. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1990-046
ANNA (1957- ). ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 1991-1992. 1.6 cu. ft.
Architect with the Capital Development Authority of Dodoma,
Tanzania. Papers include a curriculum vitae, reports, and architectural
drawings by Shayo and others about shelters in Africa and the DOVAP House
Construction Project done by Shayo for the Netherlands Development
Organization and Municipal Council of Dodoma. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1992-041
SHCHETININA, ANNA ALEXANDROVNA, COLLECTION.
0.2 cu. ft. Shchetinina Anna Alexandrovna is the head of the TERRA Architecture Studio
in Moscow. This collection contains project books showing an Asian-themed office
building, multiple residences, a site survey for factory, an auto showroom with offices,
and a log-frame one-room building. Ms2007-031
CATHY J., BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1983-1991. 0.1 cu. ft.
A founding principal and Director of Architecture for Simon Martin-Vegue
Winkelstein Moris, an architecture firm in San Francisco, California.
Formerly a partner (1978-1985) with Marquis Associates in San
Francisco. Founding member of the Organization of Women Architects and
Design Professionals and former lecturer at the College of
Environmental Design of the University of California, Berkeley
(1973-1985). Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Projects
include the San Francisco Main Library, the Newport Beach
(California) Central Library, the San Francisco Day School, and the
Primate Discovery Center at the San Francisco Zoo. Papers include
a curriculum vitae, detailed brochures on most of her projects, and
reprints of articles from Architectural Record, The New York
Times, and Architecture, about Simon's designs. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1991-049
MARIA MILITZA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1976-1999. 1 cu. ft.
Architect and artist in Romania. Papers include her résumé, a
company dossier, photographs and photocopies of portions of her work showing
projects such as Imobil Locuinte and a residential building in Bucharest, art
work and correspondence. Inventory
available online. Ms2000-007
LILIA SOFER, STUDENT PORTFOLIO, 1915-1928, 2003, n.d. 1 cu. ft.
Collection consists of Skala's student portfolio created at the University
of Dresden. Skala carried the portfolio of watercolor, charcoal and ink drawings, sketches and
plans when she fled the Nazis in 1939. Skala is best known for
her many films including Lilies of the Field (1963). Digitized versions of
the drawings are available online in the VT
Inventory available online. Ms2003-015
NORMA MERRICK (1928-2012). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1987. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Los Angeles, California, and the first African-American
woman to become a licensed architect in New York (1954) and California (1962), and
a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.
Principal of the Jerde Partnership in Los Angeles and director of the
Los Angeles chapter of the AIA. Materials include a curriculum
vitae, a reprint of an article, "Designing Women," from The
California Executive, (November 1987) and photographs of and information about
several of her designs in California. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1988-049
INESSA NIKOLAEVINA, BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION. 0.1 cu. ft.
Russian architectural historian. Collection includes two photographs and
biographical information. Also included in the donation are four published
volumes about Russian architecture. Book topics include religious buildings,
Russian manor houses, and Russian monasteries. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2007-010
SMITH, CLOETHIEL WOODARD, OBITUARY, 1993
0.1 cu. ft.
Architect that worked primarily in Washington, D.C.. Materials include two obituaries from 1993.
Part of IAWA Small Collections. Acc2006-048
ALISON (1928-1993). DRAWINGS, 1982. 1.75 cu. ft.
Architect of London, England. Educated at the University of
Durham, and worked at the London County Council until she formed a partnership in
1950 with her husband Peter Smithson. Collection consists of three drawings
Smithson submitted for the Parc de la Villette (Paris) competition in 1982. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1997-020
SMOLINA, NADEJDA IVANOVNA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1990-1997. 0.1 cu. ft.
Smolina is the Head of the State Museum of Architecture (MUAR) Academic Library in Moscow. The collection contains photocopies of two diplomas and one medal awarded to Smolina's publication Traditions of Symmetry in Architecture. Moscow: Stroyizdat, 1990, and three architecture conference programs from the West-East series (Architecture of the World 3. West-East: Tradition of Antiquity in Architecture, VNIITAG-MARHI, Moscow: Architectura, 1994. and Architecture of the World 6. West-East: 2000 Years of the Architecture Book, VNIITAG-MARHI, Moscow: Architectura, 1997.) Also included in the donation are four published volumes about Russian architecture. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2009-054
ANNA P., ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1980-2007. 1.2 cu. ft.
Anna Sokolina is an architecture/art historian who received her Ph.D. in
Architecture from the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences
Research Institute for Theory of Architecture, and her M.Arch. from the Moscow
Institute of Architecture. She is a Certificate graduate in Arts Administration
from New York University SCPS Department of Arts Sciences and Humanities, and
a professor at Miami University (2007/08). The majority of the collection
consists of her publications featured in books, magazines and newspapers from
Germany, Russia, and the United States. The collection also contains her
professional documentation, syllabi of courses taught, and conference papers, as well as videotapes. This portion of the collection spans from 1980-1996. Sokolina's papers also include catalogs and posters from exhibitions that she curated or that exhibited her artwork, while she worked at various museums starting in 1997. Her papers include documentation about her dedicated work to collect the records of Russian women architects for the IAWA.
Inventory available online.
BRINDA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 2000-2001. 2.0 cu. ft.
This collection is comprised of
The Hecar Foundation's exhibit
"Women in Architecture - 2000 Plus" and includes 29 exhibit panels and a published
catalog. It also includes article about Brinda Somaya's recognition as India's
Designer of the Year in 2000.
Inventory available online.
LAURINDA (1950- ).BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION, 2005. 0.1 cu. ft.
In 1977, Spear formed the modernist architecture firm Arquitectonica in Miami, Fl with Bernardo Fort-Brescia. The firm has expanded to New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Manila, Lima, Buenos Aires, and San Paulo. A fellow of The American Institute of Archiects, she is the winner of the AIA Silver Medal and the Rome Prize in Architecture and is a member of the Interior Design Hall of Fame. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
SUSAN A., POSTCARDS, 1985. 0.1 cu. ft.
The collection consists of a book of limited edition postcards of architectural sketches that Canadian architect Susan Speigel drew entitled Composition as Explanation: The Plan.
Drawings by Speigel can be viewed on the VT
available online. Ms2000-099
NADIA, PAPERS, 1990-1999. 0.1 cu. ft.
Graduated in 1981 from the University of Architecture and
Construction in Sofia, Bulgaria. In private practice since 1990,
"ADA-2-Nadya Stamatova," in Varna, Bulgaria. The collection consists of
her resume and photocopies of portions of her work. Inventory
available online. Ms2000-008
SALLY WALDNER BOULD (1917- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1940-1997. 2 cu. ft.
An architect from Lafayette, California, Stan graduated from the
University of California at Berkeley in 1939. She designed her first home in 1948
and retired in 1998. She worked largely for contractors, focusing on residential
housing, subdivisions, and single-family dwellings. The Stan Papers include
architectural drawings and sketches for single-family residences, commercial and
apartment building sites. Pictures of her work are available on the VT
available online. Ms2001-015
DINA (1925- ). ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 1963-1990. 10.4 cu. ft.
Architect of Sofia, Bulgaria. Educated at the Sofia Art Academy
and Sofia Polytechnic, as well as the École Speciale Architecture
and École des Beaux Arts in Paris. Designed daycare centers,
community centers, and kindergartens as a member of the Sofia
architectural organization Sofprojekt, from 1952 to 1972. Afterwards
she became head of a design studio and established a private practice
until her retirement in 1994. The collection consists of
résumé, photographs and architectural drawings of designs
created by Stancheva during her career. Inventory
available online. Ms1997-017
ELISABETH (1933- ). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1969-1984. 0.2 cu. ft.
Partner of Steinegger & Hartmann, Architekten, in Binningen,
Switzerland. A curriculum vitae and seven catalogs detailing
the designs she made with her husband. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-073
H. MAY (1893-1979). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1976-1989. 2.0 cu. ft.
Founding member and National President (1928-1930) of
the Association of Women in Architecture. Materials consist of a
photograph of (Henrietta) May Steinmesch; an article, "A Short History of the Association of Women in Architecture," with a brief biography; two site plans, and four slides of her architectural designs. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1986-016
STEVENS, MARY OTIS, ARTICLES AND PHOTOCOPIES OF DOCUMENTS, 1956-1991. 0.1 cu. ft.
Mary Otis Stevens graduated from MIT with a bachelors' degree in 1956. A protégé of Walter Gropius she is considered one of the most important female architects in the Northeast during the 1960s and 1970s. She partnered with her husband Thomas McNulty from 1956 to 1969, creating in 1965, one of their most influential projects the Lincoln House. In 1975, Stevens founded the Design Guild, a collaborative architectural practice focused on non-profit clients, historic preservation and adaptive re-use; the Guild disbanded in 1991. The collection includes photocopied material (including articles and photographs of models) of various projects: Stevens' MIT thesis; a proposed Catholic Church; house on Kittery Point; Lincoln House; and the Design Guild. For more information on Mary Otis Stevens please see the Mary Otis Stevens Collection at the MIT Museum or the Susana Torre Architectural Papers Ms1990-016 Part of IAWA Small Collections.
BETH, BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect and performance artist in Basel, Switzerland. Collection contains
postcards, pamphlets, a poster, and a magazine, Merian: Basel, in which
she and her husband are cited. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-074
LJUBINKA K., BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL. 0.1 cu. ft.
Ljubinka Stoilova is an architect and architectural researcher who has
published articles and monographs about theory and history of 19th and 20th
century architecture. She has also helped organize over 10 documentary
exhibitions in Bulgaria, Austria, and The Czech Republic. Her collection
includes an exhibition postcard and a curriculum vitae that includes a small color image.
The 2006 exhibition catalog
that she wrote with Irina Genova, Presences, Absences: Women Artists and Architects
in the Modern Art of Bulgaria is in
ADDISON and available in the Special
Collections Rare Book Room. NA1388.5.W6 P74 2006. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2007-011
DESPINA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1999-2011. 0.5 cu. ft.
The Despina Stratigakos collection is comprised of her vita and published works including her dissertation and articles exploring the public image of women architects in Wilhelm, Germany (early 20th century), the contributions of women in re-building of Berlin, Germany, and exiled Jewish women architects in America. Stratigakos successfully lobbied the Mattel toy company for the inclusion of an architect to the 'Barbie I Can Be...' series. Architect became the 127th career for Barbie in 2011. The collection also contains the 2011 doll and press releases concerning her creation. Inventory
available online. Ms2001-062
ELISE (1928- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1972-1988. 0.3 cu. ft.
Architect of Vienna, Austria. Sundt studied at the Technical University of Vienna, graduating with a diploma in Architecture in 1952. The collection includes professional papers, publications, and documentation of exhibits from her professional career. Inventory
available online. Ms1984-183
SHARON E., ARTWORK, 1976-1979, 1999. 0.1 cu. ft.
Sutton is a professor of architecture and urban design at the University of Washington, where she has been on the faculty since 1998. She became an architectural educator in 1975, having taught at Pratt Institute, Columbia University, the University of Cincinnati, and the University of Michigan where she became the first African American woman to become a full professor in an accredited architectural degree program. Awarded the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Distinguished Professor Award in 1996. The collection is a set of three 5.5" x 10.5" Sutton prints and a one-page biography. Inventory
available online. Ms2001-036
SUZUKI, KIMIKO (1929-1992). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1963-1966.
1.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Japan. Suzuki attended Japan Women's University and was their first graduate in the housing studies program. She found work in an architectural practice after WWII, however, she eventually had to resign from the practice in order to care for her husband's parents. She then operated her own practice out of her home. The collection contains 3 sets of drawings and a publication for the Susume Abe residence completed in 1967. Inventory
available online. Ms2013-089
MOJCA, PAMPHLET AND RÉSUMÉ, 1998. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-075
HELENA (1900-1982). BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH, 1983. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Warsaw, Poland. Biographical sketch of Syrkus
written by Syrkus's sister, Irena Wilcryinski. Materials also include a typed transcript of Wilcryinski's manuscript biography. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1992-036
RUTSU, PANELS. 1.0 cu. ft.
Two project panels for Asahidai House, Japan.
Inventory available online. Ms2002-032
LISA, COLLECTION, 2006. 0.1 cu. ft.
The collection consists of a CD showing ceramic artwork from a show by VT
architecture school alumna Lisa Taranto in 2006. It includes color images, movie
files, architectural drawings for ceramic buildings, and test files with
biographical information. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2008-003
"THAT EXCEPTIONAL ONE:
WOMEN IN AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE, 1888-1988," EXHIBITION, 1988. 100 cu. ft.
Traveling exhibit created by the American Architectural Foundation of the
American Institute of Architects about women in American architecture. The exhibit
starts with Louise Bethune, who in 1888 was the first woman to join the AIA.
Materials include exhibit panels, planning documents and research for the
creation of the exhibit. Inventory
available online. Ms1991-041
JANE, BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1976, 1979, 1990, 1998. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Cambridge, Massachusetts, partner of Benjamin Thompson & Associates, Inc. (1967-1994), principal of Thompson Design Group (1994-2010). Contributed to the design of public spaces including Ghiradelli Square (San Francisco), Faneuil Hall (Boston), and South Street Seaport (New York City) while with Benjamin Thompson & Associates. Master plan projects with Thompson Design Group include Navy Pier (Chicago), Governor’s Island (New York City), North Coast Harbor (Cleveland), Buffalo Bayou (Houston). Collection consists of biographical material and reprints of articles about her work. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1991-004
MARIA, COLLECTION, 1956; 1985. 0.3 cu. ft.
Architect of Vienna, Austria. A book on architecture, Beruflicher
Weidegang Und Lebenslauf, a photograph she contributed to Neues
Wohnen (1956), and three 1985 catalogs--Gestalten Staff Nur Moblieren,
Die Kleinen Aufgaben, and Architekture mit Sozialem Vorzeichen. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
NICOLETA, RÉSUMÉ AND ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect in Bucharest. Papers consist of a résumé and photocopies
of several project drawings and photographs. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-096
TOPELSON DE GRINBERG, SARA, BROCHURE, 1996.
0.1 cu. ft.
Brochure about Topelson de Grinberg and some of her projects, 1996. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2009-054
SUSANA (1944- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1830-2003, bulk dates 1967-2003. 26.4 cu. ft.
Architect of New York City, born in 1944 in Argentina. Formerly
director of the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
Editor of Women In American Architecture: A Historic and
Contemporary Perspective (1977). Former Board member of the IAWA.
Papers consists of "A Selection of Project Reviews and Writings"
(1977-88) by Torre; research notes, photographs, and negatives used in Women in
American Architecture; and drawings, project files, and a model of a
house she designed in 1987 in Amagansett, New York. Also includes published
articles; teaching files; office files; files relating to lectures and symposia
that Torre attended; and documents regarding the juries, exhibitions and awards
in which Torre participated. Also includes three framed drawings. Inventory
available online. Ms1990-016
TRANBERG, LENE (1956-). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, undated 0.1 cu. ft.
Danish architect who is the head architect and co-founder of Lundgaard & Tranberg. Collection includes several overlays for an undocumented space and 2 photographs of a residence at St. Kannikestraede 6, Copenhagen. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2009-054.
JULIETTE, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, n.d. 0.1 cu. ft.
The collection consists of a booklet, Gais Logis which has
smaller pamphlets containing information about five French apartment complexes
that Tréant-Mathe designed. Inventory
available online. Ms2001-037
PAULA, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1969-1972. 1.5 cu. ft.
Operated her own architectural firm in South Carolina. This collection consists
of selected professional papers from her projects in South Carolina. It includes
drawings, photographs, and project documents related to Treder's professional and
design activities. Inventory
VESSELINA ROUSSEVA, RÉSUMÉ. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect in Bulgaria. Materials include two curriculum vitaes and one card. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-095
DANZANSHARAVYN,PORTFOLIO, 1992-1998. 0.1 cu. ft.
Collection includes a portfolio of one of Tsevelana's projects, the National
Wrestling Palace in Ulaan-Baatar, Mongolia, with photocopies of drawings,
photographs of the model of the project, and photographs of the Palace under
construction. The project received the Laureate Prize from the Mongolian Union of
available online. Ms2002-018
ANNE GRISWOLD (1920-2011)., ARCHITECTURE COLLECTION, 1969-1999. 1.5 cu. ft.
Born in 1920 in Lushan, Jiangxi province, China where her parents were living as missionaries, Tyng was an architect, professor, and design theorist best known for her collaborations with Louis I. Kahn. Studied at Radcliffe-Harvard (1942), received her Masters at Harvard Graduate School of Design (1944), and PhD in Architecture from University of Pennsylvania (1975). She specialized in space frame architecture and mathematics. Tyng designed and built the first totally triangulated space-frame house for hollowed out living space. Collection consist of publications, exhibit materials, and biographical material.
Inventory available online. Ms2001-049
TYUTCHEVA, NARINE, BROCHURE. 0.1 cu. ft.
Firm brochure. Material is in Russian. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Acc2009-037
UIFA: INTERNATIONAL UNION OF WOMEN ARCHITECTS CONFERENCE MATERIALS, 1981-2007 4.0 cu. ft.
The International Union of Women Architects (UIFA) was founded in 1963 by Solange d'Herbez de la Tour. The organization aims to promote women in the profession by increasing the public's awareness of contributions made to the field by women and by creating a network of international colleagues. UIFA encourages the exchange of information through its regular conferences hosted by participating chapters from around the globe.The collection contains publications and presentation material from UIFA international events beginning with the Second Workshop of UIFA in 1981 and continuing to present day conferences. Newsletters and pamphlets from individual chapters of representing nations (specifically UIFA Japan) are also present. See also
Galster, Hastings, Rahm, Westrom, Ute,
Young collections, plus many other IAWA collections, for additional UIFA materials and information. Inventory
available online. Ms2012-001
ANA, THESIS, 1999. 0.2 cu. ft.
Architect in Bucharest, Romania. Thesis is titled "Historical research in archives
and on the site for completing the General Urban Plan of the village of
Valea Calugareasca, Prahova county and in view to develop a strategy to
preserve the cultural and landscape treasures of this historic place, the hills of
Dealu Mare". Inventory
available online. Ms2000-010
ROSEMARIE (1951- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1978-1985.
Architect of Berlin, Germany. Collection consists of a résumé, architectural drawings (1978-1985), photographs of her, and sketches of her daughter and abstract images. An addition was added to the collection in 2011 containing postcards taken by Urbanke featuring mosaic ceiling tiles in Neukolln Hall; a photo exhibit catalog titled "Between Watts and the Ganges," 2009; and color photocopies of buildings designed by Urbanke. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-076
BLANCHE LEMCO, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1956-2006, 2013. 0.2 cu. ft.
Blanche Lemco van Ginkel is a retired architect and Professor Emerita at the
University of Toronto. She has been awarded many honors, notably being a Fellow in
the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (FRAIC), an Honorary Fellow of the American
Institute of Architects (Hon. FAIA), and a member of the Order of Canada. She is a
founding member and has served as an advisor to the International Archive of Women in
Architecture (IAWA). The collection consists biographical information about van Ginkel
and her career, some of her publications, professional project information, and articles
and research materials about the history of women in architecture in Canada. Inventory
EVA HOLLO (1930- ). BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL AND FIRM BROCHURE. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Montreal, Canada. Member of the Order of Architects of Quebec, Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, and an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Received a diploma in Architecture at the Budapesti Muszaki Egyetem (University of Technical Sciences, Budapest) (1952). Collection consists of biographical material including curriculum vitae and a autobiographical chronicle of her life titled, Eva's Chronicle, 1930-2009, as well as, a flyer advertising her firm, Vecsei Architectes of Montreal, which she was co-principal of with her husband Andrew Vecsei. See also the Canadian Encyclopedia entry on Vecsei. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-077
VELTCHEVA, MARIA, ARTICLE, 2006.
0.1 cu. ft.
Photocopy of article "Paris, Berlin, Rome L'intériorisation de l'extérieur" written by Veltcheva from Urbanisme no.346, 2 pages, 2006. Material is in French. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Acc2006-048
VILCHES, CECILIA, EMAIL, 2005.
0.1 cu. ft.
E-mail print outs containing information about Vilches's Theme Furniture, 9 pages.
Part of IAWA Small Collections. Acc2006-048
LAURETTA, ART, 1975, 1993. 3.0 cu. ft.
Collection consists of eleven untitled tempera drawings on boards by American Architect Lauretta Vinciarelli, exhibition timeline, and curriculum vitae. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
VIRGINIA WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE: AN EXHIBIT HIGHLIGHTING THE WORK OF WOMEN ARCHITECTS IN VIRGINIA, EXHIBIT LITERATURE, 1988.
0.1 cu. ft.
Literature for the "Virginia Women in Architecture: An Exhibit Highlighting the Work of Women Architects in Virginia" exhibit. The exhibit planned by the Virginia Women in Architecture Committee and the Virginia Society, AIA was intended to complement the National AIA Exhibit "That Exceptional One: Women in Architecture, 1888-1988." Part of IAWA Small Collections.
VITZTHUM, SANDRA, CURRICULUM VITAE, 2000.
0.1 cu. ft.
Part of IAWA Small Collections.
von der WEPPEN,
MARIA (1952- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1978-2001. 9 cu. ft.
Born in Gdynia, Poland; Maria von der Weppen studied in Poland and Norway before beginning her career in Germany. She specialized in reconstructing buildings in East Germany damaged by the war as well as new residential and office construction. Collection consist of drawings, project records, photographs, and articles relating to von der Weppen's work.
available online. Ms2001-017
ANNE BOZENA (1936- ). CURRICULUM VITAE, 1994. 0.1 cu. ft.
Practiced in Washington, D.C. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
ANNA GABRIELE R. (1963- ). CURRICULUM VITAE. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Vienna, Austria. Collection is composed of her
curriculum vitae. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-078
OLGA (1939- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Director of the Center of
Studies of Habitat and Housing sponsored by the Organization of American States
and the School of Architecture, Design and Urbanism of the University of Buenos
Aires. The Center studies ways to effectively and economically design and build
housing and makes recommendations to the OAS on its findings. Collection
consists of a brief explanation of the Center's work and projects and a
survey designed by the Center to evaluate a building's accessibility to the
handicapped. Also includes an extensive brochure of works by her firm, Bielus,
Goldemberg, Waistein-Krasuk, Architects, from 1966 to 1981. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-079
MYRIAM (1919- ). WRITINGS. 0.3 cu. ft.
Architect of Chile and professor of architecture at
the University of Chile in Santiago since 1951. Materials consist of
numerous articles and booklets written by her about topics in the
history of architecture (particularly religious architecture) in Chile
and the architecture program at the University of Chile. Also includes
a lengthy curriculum vitae describing her academic and
architectural works and writings. Material is in Spanish. Inventory
available online. Ms2001-055
CLARA ERSKINE CLEMENT (1834-1916). BOOKS, 1871-1904. 13 vols.
American art and architectural historian, and the first
woman to compile a biographical encyclopedia of women artists.
Collection consists of eleven titles of books written by Waters (largely
donated by Tony Wrenn), including The Eternal City: Rome, its
Religions, Monuments, Literature and Art (Boston: Estes and Lauriat,
1896), Painters, Sculptors, Architects, Engravers, and their Works, a
Handbook (Boston: Ticknor and Company, 1881), and Women in the
Fine Arts from the Seventh Century B.C. to the Twentieth Century
A.D. (Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1904).
Many of the books are inscribed by her and were part of her private
collection. Books are located in the Rare Book Room.
REBECCA WOOD (1913- ). ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 1940-1989; 2011. 2.5 cu. ft.
Architect of California; educated at Bryn Mawr College
(B.A., 1933) and University of Pennsylvania (B. Arch., 1937). Collection
consists of architectural drawings of remodelings, alterations, and
additions of structures, mostly residences, that Watkin designed from
1940 to 1989, in northern and central California; also includes
photographs of three built projects. Pictures of her work are available on the VT
available online. Ms1995-009
PAMELA (1943-2008). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1950-2009. 85.9 cu. ft.
Architect practicing largely in Portland, Oregon. The collection contains the professional files, architectural drawings, artwork, and photographs. Materials date largely from the latter quarter of the twentieth century, but extend into the early twenty-first century. Professional files include information about Webb's career (resumes, portfolios, etc), money-making endeavors, correspondence, press coverage, community involvement, proposal bids, and architectural projects.Professional papers, architectural renderings, and artwork. Inventory
SARELLE T., BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1993-1999. 0.2 cu. ft.
FAIA; New York Architect and principal of Anhouse + Weisberg Associates. Educated at Vassar College (B.A., Art History, 1950), and Columbia University (M. Arch., 1972). Supervising architect/engineer and airport planner for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (1979-1984). Downstate Design Manager for the New York State Facilities Development Corporation (1984-1994), where she managed construction projects for the New York State Office of Mental Health and Office of Mental Retardation/Development Disabilities. Collection consists of the dossier Weisberg prepared when applying for Fellowship in the AIA and other biographical and professional information. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1999-003
ANNALIESE (1930- ). PORTFOLIO, 1955-1987. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Inzlingen, Germany. Collection consists of fourteen
photographs and eight sets of architectural drawings for residences and a hotel.
Also includes an autobiographical essay. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-080
HEIDI (1926- ). WRITINGS, 1955-1998. 1.4 cu. ft.
Architect of Brig,
Switzerland. Collection consists of essays, poems, lectures (including those given
at the Technical Institute of Zurich and in Nanjing, China), private notes, and
writings about architecture. Also includes a project list and curriculum vitae Publications by
Wenger are also available in the book collection through the VT library's online catalog,
Addison. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1989-051
HILDE (1912- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1952-2000. 1.2 cu. ft.
Born in Neisse, Upper Silesia, Germany. Architect of Berlin,
Germany. Materials include biographical information, articles, photographs
of Westrom and her designs, and architectural drawings for nine projects,
1954-1970. The VT
contains images of Westrom. Inventory
UTE (1939- ). ARCHITECTUAL PAPERS, 1968-1996. 1.4 cu. ft.
Born in Berlin, Germany, the oldest of four children of architect Hilde
Westrom. In 1968 she earned an architect's diploma from the Technical University
of Berlin. She is a practicing architect in Berlin and an active member of the
International Union of Women Architects (UIFA.) Her collection includes
biographical material, UIFA meeting information from the mid-1970s, and selected
architectural project drawings, photos, and descriptions. Of particular note is
the material about the restoration and redesign of the Martin-Gropius-Bau in
Berlin, destroyed during World War II, for which Westrom and her husband, Winnetou
Kampmann, were project architects. Information about their original design for a
new office building for the Sozialkasse des Berliner Baugewerbes in Berlin is
another notable project included in the collection. Inventory
available online. Ms1996-023
WHITMAN, BERTHA YERES (1892- ). PAPERS, 1932, 1971-1978.
0.1 cu. ft.
Born 1892. First female to receive a bachelors of science from the University of Michigan in architecture in 1920. Practiced in Chicago, Illinois. Materials include correspondence and photographs. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
LEILA ROSS (1885-1967). BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION, 2002. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Georgia. Wilburn studied at Agnes Scott
College and apprenticed with an architectural firm before opening her own firm in
1909. She is best known for her published "pattern books" of arts and crafts style
houses. The collection consists of a copy of the nomination form to name Wilburn a
2003 Georgia Woman of Achievement and photocopies of supporting research material
compiled by James McManus. The Leila Ross Wilburn Collection is housed in the
Center of the Atlanta History Center. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2005-021
BEVERLY (1928- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1954-1999. 100 cu. ft.
FAIA, noted artist, photographer, teacher, and writer, who applied the full range of visual arts and design skills to her architectural projects, primarily in San Francisco, California. Former President of the American Institute of Architects California Council. The Collection consists primarily of records documenting Willis's work as an architect in San Francisco, 1960-1990. The collection documents the application of computers to architectural design and land analysis; the development of CARLA (Computerized Approach to Residential Land Analysis) in the 1970s; the history of twentieth-century urban planning, particularly in San Francisco; and the contribution of women to twentieth-century American architecture. The bulk of the collection is comprised of Willis and Associates project files. These files
include presentation drawings, site plans, maps, sketches, conceptual
design drawings, construction drawings, as well as correspondence,
research files, and other records. Drawings are large folio, pen-and-
ink or watercolor on paper, linen, or mylar. Some are heightened with
color. Additional information is available in the IAWA Biographical Database and pictures of her work are available on the VT
ZELMA (1918-1996). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1940-1995, bulk 1969-1991. 115.5 cu. ft.
An architect in Ojai, CA was born in New York City but later relocated to Southern California. She studied at the University of California, Berkeley, 1937-1940; later the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, 1941; and graduated with a B. Arch from University of Southern California in 1947. Wilson's collection encompasses three decades of work that range from her academic through professional career - including her experience of operating her own firm. In the collection you will find biographical material, professional committee and association work, school work, client correspondence, office promotional materials, time logs, drawings, photographs and manuscript material relating to projects. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database. Ms1991-046.
WINCHESTER, SARAH PARDEE (1839-1922). ARTICLE, 1975.
EXHIBIT PANELS, 1988. 0.1 cu. ft.
Article entitled "Sarah Winchester" by Esther Talbot published in The Rosicrucian Digest" July 1975. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
INGEBORG (1923- ). ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1970;1985. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of Munich, Germany. Papers includes a brief
typescript autobiographical essay, photographs, and computer
manuals, paper tape, and a book, Bauten Und Ziele, written by
her husband to which she contributed. The book is cataloged separately in the Addison library catalog, and is available through the Special Collections Reading Room. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1992-024
"WOMEN ARCHITECTS IN AUSTRIA, 1900-1987,"
EXHIBIT PANELS, 1988. 8.8 cu. ft.
Twenty-eight panels from a traveling exhibit curated in Vienna, Austria and sponsered by the Austrian Cultural Institute.
The exhibit was also a part of "The Invisisible Partner, Third Symposium on Women in Design and Architecture," January 26-February 1, 1988, sponsered by the College of Architecture and Urban studies Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Subjects include interior design, urban and landscape
planning, apartment buildings, and cultural centers. Women featured include
Anna Lulja-Praun, and Martha Bolldor-Reitstatter. Inventory
available online. Ms1990-041
WOMEN'S DESIGN SERVICE,
PUBLICATIONS, 1988. 0.1 cu. ft.
Technical aid agency providing a resource center, library, and
consultation services on issues related to women and the design of the
built environment in the greater London area, Great Britain. Materials
consist of literature published by the Women's Design Service about
various problems for those disadvantaged by the design of the public
environment and about improving play areas for children. Also includes
issues of Women and the Built Environment. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-081
WOMEN'S DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION,
INFORMATIONAL LITERATURE. 0.1 cu. ft.
Corporation formed in 1980 in Providence, Rhode Island, to
design and develop rental housing for low-income women and children.
Collection includes articles about apartments WDC has designed and a
brochure packet about the corporation. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms1991-014
WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE (AIA),
PAPERS, 2001-2004. 0.1 cu. ft.
Printouts of meeting agendas. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2004-003
WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL NETWORK (WIN),
PAPERS, 1994-1995. 0.1 cu. ft.
The collection includes a publication that covers news events
throughout the world that are relevant to women, a 1994 publication,
a letter from the editor, Fran P. Hosken,
and meeting announcements. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2001-044
WOMEN'S SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE,
1974-1992. 0.1 cu. ft.
An experimental summer school in environmental design, this is a copy of
the "Inventory of Records" in the Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College. Part of IAWA Small Collections.
JOAN, ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1990-1994. 0.1 cu. ft.
After earning her Bachelor of Architecture degree from M.I.T. in 1960, she
established Joan Wood Architects. Most of her firm's work can be found
in New England. The collection consists of a catalog of Joan Wood
Architects work, her résumé, and articles from the
Boston Globe about her firm. Inventory
available online. Ms2001-039
BARBARA, ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS, 1966-1992. 1.7 cu. ft.
Residential remodeling designer in Berkeley, California. Papers include
specifications, materials lists, correspondence, photographs and drawings
relating to various residential projects in Berkeley, Oakland, and San Francisco.
LUO (1925- ). RÉSUMÉ AND CORRESPONDENCE. 0.1 cu. ft.
President of the Architectural Society of Shanghai, China
and visiting lecturer and professor at numerous institutions around the
world. Includes a curriculum vitae and correspondence. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-082
Biographical Directory: Y
TOSHIKO, EXHIBITION MATERIALS, 2001.
Please see the International Union of Women
Architects (UIFA) 13th Congress Materials, Ms2002-031.
JEAN LINDEN (1922-1997). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1945-1997. 1.5 cu. ft.
Architect of Seattle, Washington. Active in organizations that
promoted women in architecture, including L'Union Internationale des Femmes
Architectes (Secretary General, 1976-1979 and organizer of the 1979 Congress
in Seattle); Sisters for a Human Environment, a network of Seattle women
architects, and as a member of the American Institute of Architects Task Force
on Women in the Architectural Profession (1972-1976). Papers consist of
correspondence, files, newspaper clippings, and other materials about her work
with these and other organizations, as well as information about her designs of
structures in the Seattle region. Inventory
available online. Ms1998-022
Biographical Directory: Z
ZAHLE, METTE, PUBLISHED WORKS. 0.1 cu. ft.
Architect of the Netherlands. Collection contains a reprint from the Danish architectural journal ARKITEKTEN written by Zahle titled "A Dutch House designed by Jan Verhoeven." An English summary is present. Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2009-054
LOUKIA, PAPERS. 1.5 cu. ft.
Architect of Athens, Greece. Materials consist of four panels and
an article in an architectural text on "A preliminary study regarding
the constructions of the protective roofing and the tumulus restoration
of the Vergina royal tombs." Part of IAWA Small Collections. Ms2000-083
BARBARA, BOOK, 1983. 0.1 cu. ft.
Urbanist and town planner of Zurigo, Switzerland. Book,
Frauen In Wohnumfeld Und Nachbarschaft. HQ1630 B47 Z5 1983
CZESLAWA (1927- ). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1964-2005, bulk 1966-1979. 0.75 cu. ft.
Born in Poland. Czeslawa (or Czesia) Zielinska is a Canadian based architect,
inventor of patented GETSET Building System (prefabricated components for building
structures and modular furniture), and co-inventor with her husband, structural engineer
Zenon A. Zielinski, of patented UCOPAN (Universal Concrete Panel System). She is a partner
in UCOPAN Enterprises Inc., and former member of the Royal Institute of Architecture of
Canada as well as the Interior Decorators Society of Quebec. Her specialization is in
integrated exterior-interior architectural and structural design, low cost housing as well
as furniture and product design. The collection includes promotional material, published
articles, and booklets about UCOPAN as well as landscape and building sketches drawn
during her travels. Inventory
LIANE (1892-1987). ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, 1912-1982; 1993-1994. 4 cu. ft.
Born in Bohemia. First licensed woman architect in Austria, and
an interior designer in the United States after 1938. Member of the Association
of Women in Architecture. Collection consists of photographs, printed material,
writings, drawings, and correspondence that document Zimbler's architectural and
design work. Inventory