While the field of architecture is—alas—a male-driven industry, that doesn't mean women aren't playing an important role in the field. Here in San Francisco, there are a several notable projects designed by women, including 400 Grove in Hayes Valley and the Julia Morgan Ballroom. Just to name two.
In honor of International Women’s Day, Curbed SF highlighted six projects in San Francisco. Listed in no particular order, see some of the city's best designed museums, homes, schools, and facades—each one designed by a female architect.
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