In response to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advice and state guidelines regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation is rescheduling the Built By Women Los Angeles 2020 exhibition to a later date this year.
We very much look forward to being in touch as soon as we have a new date, and in the meantime we are continuing our work for the show, and moving forward with the Built By Women Los Angeles 2020 map. We are absolutely committed to this important project and we thank you all for your support and participation in Built By Women.
We hope you and your family are staying well. For further information please contact us.
56 architectural, engineering, and construction projects have been selected to be exhibited at the Architecture + Design Museum in Los Angeles opening May 15, 2020. The projects will also be included in a designed map.
See Selected Projects
Our panel of jurors includes Carrie Byles, Andrea Cochran, Erleen Hatfield, Judith Sheine, Cathy Simon, Deborah J. Weintraub, Claire Weisz, and Kim Yao.
See Jury Bios
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A curated collection of buildings and spaces in Manhattan designed, engineered, or developed by women.Order Map
A collection of in-depth profiles of women who have made important contributions to American architecture.
In addition to recognizing and supporting the diverse women working in these professions, Built by Women provides strong role models and mentors for both current professionals and students.
Women are underrepresented in the building professions: architecture (15–18%), engineering (4.5–13.7%), and construction (2.6%). Built by Women’s goal is to change this. Increasing the number of women in science, technology, engineering, architecture and mathematics is critical to our country’s ability to compete globally.
Teams that reflect diverse skills, backgrounds, and gender identities achieve greater innovation, leading to increased economic growth.