Two years after Patty Hopkins 'vanished', women are still being airbrushed out of architecture

The Brits Who Built the Modern World (l-r): Michael Hopkins, Nicholas Grimshaw, Norman Foster, Patty Hopkins, Richard Rogers and Terry Farrell at the RIBA

The issues raised by a new and wide-ranging exploration of gender in the profession are as relevant to men as they are to women, explains co-editor James Benedict Brown

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