From the other side. Active Father / Architect

From the other side. Active Father / Architect

,,For me it was totally ok, but I noticed some of my colleagues looked at me a bit surprised. Well, I was a bit surprised. I didn’t see anything weird about being father and staying at home. Men can stay at home and share the work equally.''

Becoming a Successful Woman Architect Is Not a Matter of Individual Success. Gabu Heindl

Becoming a Successful Woman Architect Is Not a Matter of Individual Success. Gabu Heindl

,,I don´t see any ´female´ architecture per se. But I see architecture as architecture of a political landscape that either includes women in discussion, discourse, production or not. That makes a difference.''

Telling Architectural Narratives Differently. Starlight Vattano

Telling Architectural Narratives Differently. Starlight Vattano

,,We are recreating women role models communicating Modern era. I find it especially important in our times when we stay isolated with our computers and phones. These were women who used to touch materials, people, dreams. So we communicate. Through the university, publications, platforms and events like this.''

Miss Architect: Doing Good In the Middle. Julia Nuler

Miss Architect: Doing Good In the Middle. Julia Nuler

''Some people say that for a woman who is successful, life „up there“ is cold and empty, because she has to be very hard. If it is really where it goes, then I prefer not to do this job.“

Julia Nuler

Architecture under the skin. Laura P. Spinadel

Architecture under the skin. Laura P. Spinadel

I don’t want to be successful as the system defines it. I want to feel alive and I like to speak with journalists, students or people in the planet because we need a critical mass of free thinkers who believe we can change the world. That we can do something to be happier, to bring back hope. I think change will come from the bottom up, but we need to build many examples.

I am talking about about Holistic Villages where people can live with values, the environment, the sun. We have to do it because most of today’s politicians, teachers, and authors live in a comfort zone.