The most relevant shift that architecture has undergone throughout the 20th century was the incorporation of women into its practice. In the case of Spain, this situation coincided with the transition from the late Franco Regime to the current Democracy. MuWo research project studies the difficulties of that incorporation and analyses the contributions of women architects to the Spanish built environment and the difference of their female gaze. Read more

MAS Context Spring Talks 2022

25 April 2022, noon CT

Shaping Our Built Environment. Documenting, Analyzing, and Celebrating Women’s Contributions to the Built Environment in Spain and Illinois

Landmarks Illinois director of advocacy Lisa DiChiera and researcher and educator Lucía C. Pérez-Moreno will lecture on Monday, April 25, as part of MAS Context’s Spring Talks 2022 series. The lecture will take place online.


7th EAHN Meeting Madrid

15-18 June 


Session 20. Women in Architectural Periodicals: Gender Stereotypes, Feminist Discourse and the Female Gaze

Chairs: Lucía C. Pérez-Moreno (Zaragoza University, ES) and Stephen Parnell (Newcastle University, UK)


With: Elisa Boeri & Fabio Marino, Anne Hultzsh, Veronique Boone & Nina Serulus, Vitor Alves, and Sina Zares


Women Architects in Spain. Interview in TV Show ‘Escala Humana’. Chapter 49.


V Symposium

10 March 2022


Chair: Lucía C. Pérez-Moreno (Zaragoza University, ES).


      • Paula Álvarez Benítez. Editorial Practices
      • Serafina Amoroso. Critical Pedagogies
      • Ana Paricio + Conchi Berenguer. Inclusive Urbanism
      • Patrizia Di Monte. Urban Sustainability

I Spanish National Meeting

27, 28, 29 October 2021

women and architectures.
towards an egalitarian profession

Chair: Lucía C. Pérez-Moreno (Zaragoza University, ES).

Virtual and Free event: Space FQ –  Arquia Foundation


Issue 18

women, feminist practices and alternative practitioners in architecture

Editors: Lucía C. Pérez-Moreno (Zaragoza University, ES) and Ann E. Komara (Colorado University-Denver, USA).

new articles on women architects, industrial design and furniture

Filial connections and feminine trasnversalities: Belén Moneo Feduchi, Marisa Sáenz Guerra and Cristina Vallejo Llopis.

HERVÁS Y HERAS, Josenia y BLANCO AGÜEIRA, Silvia, ResMobilis 13-2, 2021, 391-413.

Beth Galí’s first works (1066-1984): Afinities between Industrial and Urban Design.

PÉREZ-MORENO, Lucía C. y LEDESMA BLASCO, Isabel, ResMobilis 13-3, 2021, 296-316.

HERVÁS Y HERAS, Josenia y BLANCO AGÜEIRA, Silvia, Proyecta56 1, 2021, 38-49.


Shorlisted! XV BEAU – Research Category

Architectural Historiography and Fourth Wave Feminism

Special Collection publishes in Architectural Histories, the journal of the EAHN (European Architectural History Network). ISSN: 2050-5833.

Edited by Torsten Lange (TU Munich, DE) and Lucía C. Pérez-Moreno (University of Zaragoza, ES).

Last articles about Spanish Women Architects:


      • Proyecto Progreso Arquitectura 24, 2021. «An invisible building. New Lecture Room Building of the Faculty of Law of the University of Zaragoza, 1983-1996». 
      • Buildings 11 (4), 2021. «Extending the Architecture of Collective Housing: Towards Common Worlds of Care».
      • Res Mobilis 13 (2) 2021. «Conexiones filiales y transversalidades femeninas: Belén Moneo Feduchi, Marisa Sáenz Guerra y Cristina Vallejo Llopis».
      • Arte, Individuo y Sociedad 33 (3) 2021. «Feminist Practices in Recent Spanish Architecture. Equality and Sexual Difference».

MuWo project & the media

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