Video Archive | Social norms (3)

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Mihalyo and Hahn discuss their study of occupied spaces and how the organization of spaces relates to cultural norms and societal...
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The panelists take questions from the audience. Topics include the balance between work and home life, the requirements of...
Women In Architecture Panel Part One
Shelly Kappe moderates a panel consisting of Lynn Paxton, Claire Forest, Margo Siegel, Inga Rose, Ena Dubnoff, Margo Heymann, and...

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Mihalyo and Hahn discuss their study of occupied spaces and how the organization of spaces relates to cultural norms and societal pressures. They are especially attentive to perimeters, where objects are stored in order to create more space, but which also define
how one navigates through space. Through the documentation of enclosures within the city of Seattle, they sought to determine the minimum requirement for the demarcation of spatial enclosure. Mihalyo and Hahn also discuss their analyzation of discarded spaces, utilizing the technology of LIDAR (Laser Infrared Detection and Ranging).


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The panelists take questions from the audience. Topics include the balance between work and home life, the requirements of creating a successful business, and differences in design aesthetic between men and women. The panelists are asked if they consider themselves part of the women’s liberation movement. The general consensus of the panel was that they were first and foremost architects, and that is the goal they are striving to achieve. They were not particularly interested in becoming advocates for the movement, however found that a strong work ethic was more important to be successful.


Women In Architecture Panel Part One

Shelly Kappe moderates a panel consisting of Lynn Paxton, Claire Forest, Margo Siegel, Inga Rose, Ena Dubnoff, Margo Heymann, and Mary Nastanero, who discuss their experiences in architecture and their educational and professional backgrounds. They review the difficulties women faced in architecture in the past. They comment on the change in societal norms, politics, and economics from their student days and the present. The panelists show and briefly discuss examples of their professional work. This video cuts off Heymann mid-presentation.

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