Book | “Women, houses and cities. Beyond the threshold”

The history of urban planning and architecture from the female perspective

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Zaida Muxí Martínez, a specialist in urban planning, architecture and gender and author of the article Borders, frontiers and limits that are not always visible” as part of our monthly topic “Boundaries”, presents in this book a new vision of architecture and urban planning based on the contributions made by women who were silenced by history and are not equally represented in the industry.   

Muxí Martínez focuses on the inhabited environment from the point of view of design, politics, architecture and urban planning; all this summarized in the house and the city, as the representation of the private and public sphere.  

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