Architecture and gender, gendered space, women and architecture, binary opposites, spa design, New York, Madison Square Park
"The architectural blurring of genered space. IMages are presented to society as the representation of men/women, and what it means to be one versus the other. This imagery takes form in the products that are produced and dvertised. Architecture will therefore take on the role of (re)presentation, meaning the presentation of products and the representation of genes, through the investigation of binary opposites. These binary opposites, those that are assumed by society, become the architectural elements to demonstrate the presumed differences between genders. The intervention which establishes a blue between these binaries advocates a degenderization of architecture."
Nevola, Delia, "Advertising / Gender Studies" (1999). Architecture Thesis Prep. 134.
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