Bibliography

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Blundell Jones, P., D. Petrescu, et al., Eds. (2005). Architecture and Participation. London, Routledge.

Briggs, M. (1974). The Architect in History. New York, Da Capo Press.

Coleman, D., E. Danze, et al., Eds. (1996). Architecture and Feminism. New York, Princeton Architectural Press.

Cuff, D. (1991). Architecture : the story of practice. Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press.

Fezer, J. and M. Heyden, Eds. (2004). HIER ENTSTEHT : Strategien partizipativer Architektur und räumlicher Aneignung. Berlin, b_books Verlag.

Foxell, S. (2003). Introduction. The professionals’ choice : The future of the built environment professions. S. Foxell. London, Building Futures: 12-15.

Gutman, R. (1988). Architectural Practice: a critical view. New York, Princeton Architectural Press.

Halsband, F. (1996). On the need for the Collaboration of Diverse people. Reflections on Architectural Practices in the Nineties. W. S. Saunders. New York, Princeton Architectural Press.

Hughes, F. (1996). The Architect, Reconstructing her Practice. Cambridge, MIT Press.

Kostof (1977). Architect: Chapters in the History of the Profession. Berkeley, University of California Press.

Larson, M. S. (1977). The rise of professionalism : a sociological analysis. London, University of California Press.

Lokko, L. (2000). White Papers, Black Marks. London, Athlone.

Rendell, J., B. Penner, et al., Eds. (2000). Gender Space Architecture. London, Routledge.

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