100 Women Architects in Practice

The book “100 Women: Architects in Practice” features the works of leading female architects from around the world. The authors of the publication recognize that these women are not as well-known as they should be, despite their impressive contributions to the field of architecture. The book aims to correct this imbalance and showcase the diverse voices and perspectives that are often overlooked in the industry. It not only serves as an inspiration but also as a practical guide for those interested in learning more about the field. The book includes interviews with architects from over 70 countries, providing a truly global perspective and a diverse range of ideas. Rahel Shawl, a prominent architect at RAAS Architects, is one of the featured architects in this esteemed publication. She has made significant contributions to the field of architecture with her innovative and forward-thinking designs. Her work showcases a harmonious blend of creativity and functionality, pushing the boundaries of what is possible in architectural design. The publication also addresses the issue of gender inequality in the profession, highlighting the fact that women are still underrepresented, underpromoted, and underpaid. Featuring the work of 100 talented female architects, the book provides a much-needed reference for those working in the field and seeks to inspire a new generation of architects, regardless of their gender. Through their interviews, the architects featured in this book share their visions, methods, and models of leadership, all with the goal of better connecting people and the planet through architecture. Indigenous Canadian architect Eladia Smoke stresses the importance of transmitting this knowledge to future generations. Overall, the book is a valuable resource for anyone interested in architecture and the role it plays in shaping our world. It was published in 2023 by RIBA.

Rahel’s inclusion in the book serves as a testament to her exceptional talent and dedication to her craft. Through her projects, she has demonstrated that architecture can be a powerful tool for creating positive change in our world.