Female Frontiers Awards: Powered by World Architecture News are brand new for 2021.
The Female Frontier Awards: Powered by World Architecture News recognise remarkable, talented and visionary women of all ages, at every level across Architecture.
These awards will champion best practice, support new and established talent and celebrate the firms who are supporting women in their roles.
Along with celebrating design-led achievements, we will also be putting a spotlight on the great leadership and innovation which drives success in architecture.
It doesn’t matter what stage you are in in your career, we want to celebrate all of the groundbreaking women in architecture, whether you are entry level or the founder of your own practice.
Categories at a Glance:
Team of the Year
Unsung Hero Award
Architectural Student of the Year (Reduced entry fee)
Social Change Champion Award (Reduced entry fee)
Innovation in Architecture Award
Contribution to Architecture Award
Emerging Architect of the Year
Architect of the Year
The winners, highly commended entrants and shortlist for 2022 have been released below
Supported by World Architecture News, these global awards recognise the remarkable, talented and visionary women of all ages, at every level across the built environment worldwide
World Architecture News is pleased to announce that Jaspers-Eyers Architects is sponsoring this year’s WAN:Female Frontier Awards
Last year’s high calibre award entries illustrated the innovative, intriguing and excellent work women are producing on the world stage
Pascale Sablan and Yiselle Santos Rivera talk about fostering a positive working environment for women, designing more inclusive workspaces and the benefits they’ve gained from their work being highlighted by WAN’s Female Frontier Awards
Launched in 2020, the Female Frontier Awards: Powered by World Architecture News recognise remarkable, talented and visionary women of all ages, at every level across global architecture
Natasha Bonugli and Tania Adir talk about what’s being done to protect people from coronavirus in global workplace interiors, how advances in technology will make for safer work environments, the challenges faced when upgrading an older building to WELL Platinum certification and finally how lemons can help with concentration
Success, the challenge of race, innovative condo design, building on the moon and road diets. Just some of the topics covered so far in Women Build, the podcast for women working in global architecture
Lisa Bate and Mia Lehrer talk about putting roads on diets, how to make a city as developed as LA more sustainable, and the award winning, tangible benefits of the Humber College Building NX retrofit
Priya is a Principal and Regional Delivery Stream Leader at the Woods Bagot Dubai Studio