Design Anthology

Leading the Way

Forty community-based housing projects across Thailand. The Thailand Creative & Design Center reimagined in the old Central Post Office in Bangkok. The new museum of contemporary art in Chiang Mai. Behind some of the most talked-about architectural projects in Thailand today are women. While globally, gender equality remains an issue for the industry, Thailand is reaping the benefits of diverse participation.

It is common for women in architecture to experience discrimination from the boardroom to construction sites. The American Institute of Architects’ annual reports that women are

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