Throughout her career British architect Jane Drew had an exceptional role in what was, and perhaps still is, an otherwise male-dominated industry.
In this thought-provoking piece, discover more about Jane Drew as a committed modernist, her pledge to innovation mixed with humanitarian concern, her critical role in the formation of Corb’s Capital and her enthusiasm for contemporary art and architecture which truly made her the outstanding woman architect of her generation.
Read the full article on the Raconteur website.
Jane Drew (1911-1996): An Introduction features a selection of artworks, books and ephemera related to the British architect and educator Jane Drew. The display, curated by Inheritance Projects, opens on Wednesday 12 February 2014.