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September 13, 1988 | LEON WHITESON
There are times when architect Kate Diamond wonders whether women architects are doomed to be limited to small-scale projects focusing primarily on families and children. "I like to do buildings with a strong social content," said Diamond, 34, a partner in Siegel Sklarek Diamond, California's largest female-led architectural office whose current practice is made up largely of designs for school and child care centers.
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September 13, 1988 | LEON WHITESON
There are times when architect Kate Diamond wonders whether women architects are doomed to be limited to small-scale projects focusing primarily on families and children. "I like to do buildings with a strong social content," said Diamond, 34, a partner in Siegel Sklarek Diamond, California's largest female-led architectural office whose current practice is made up largely of designs for school and child care centers.
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July 27, 1986 | NANCY RIVERA BROOKS
When Los Angeles architects Margot Siegel and Norma Sklarek began practicing independently in the 1950s, women architects were about as rare in Los Angeles as buildings taller than the 27-story City Hall. But while the 13-story height limit was lifted in 1958, women architects are still unusual. Only 6.5% of the American Institute of Architects' 50,000 members are women.
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