By Jane Hall
This glorious visual celebration of the most incredible and impactful design ever produced by women designers flips the script on what is historically considered a man’s world. Featuring more than 200 designers from more than 50 countries, it records and illuminates the fascinating and overlooked history of women preeminent in the field—shining a vital spotlight on the most extraordinary objects made by women designers but, more importantly, offering a compelling primer on the best in the field of design.
Jane Hall is the inaugural recipient of the British Council Lina Bo Bardi Fellowship (2013) and a founding member of Assemble, the London-based, Turner Prize-winning collective. Jane’s own projects within the collective focus on collaborative practice between artists and architects, explored through exploratory installation and exhibition design. She is the author of Breaking Ground: Architecture by Women published by Phaidon in 2019.
|November 9, 2021||Lani Adeoye||Tennessee State University|
|February 2022||Patricia Urquiola||Rhode Island School of Design|
|April 2022||Nada Debs||Savannah College of Art and Design|