Figurative to Literal

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As we become more aware and understanding as a society, the archaic foundations begin to crumble to be rebuilt with a new design of thought and perception. And the Association for Women in Architecture + Design’s Advocacy Committee is trying to translate this figurative breaking of barriers and designing of new structures into a literal accomplishment. On Thursday, October 18th the committee will meet with Jake Lazere who was present at the AIA Conference on Architecture in New York City last June to discuss how society and politics influence architecture and design, particularly the design of restrooms.

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