Staff -- Interior Design, 8/1/2003 12:00:00 AM
The U.K.'s Architects for Change is presenting "DiverseCity in Architecture," an exhibition at the Royal Institute of British Architects, London. Showcasing projects by 40 women and minority architects, the show features the Royal Society redesign by Burrell Foley Fischer, architect Louise Goodison's Hackney City Learning Centre, a flat conversion by Eva Jiricna Architects, a Clerkenwell loft by Maxwell Scott Architects, and entries for the Peabody Trust Competition: Fresh Ideas for Low-Cost Home Ownership. The show also addresses demographics, revealing that only 13 percent of London architects are women and very few are black or Asian. After RIBA, Architects for Change hopes, the exhibition will travel to the U.S. September 15–October 4; 44-20-7580-5533; architecture.com.