• Architect Kate Macintosh Has Been Awarded This Year's Jane Drew Prize

    1 month ago - By Luxuo

    Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and best known for her 1960s social housing projects, architect Kate Macintosh has been awarded this year's Jane Drew Prize in recognition of her contribution to elevating the profile of women in architecture. Though she is now retired, Macintosh is revered for her work in public architecture and advocation for the use of buildings as a tool for social justice since the 1960s.
    The Kate Macintosh-designed Dawson's Heights in Southwark, London. Photo by Nick Richards
    Beginning her first project at the remarkably young age of 26, Kate Macintosh graduated from the...
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