Christine Murray is editor-in-chief of The Developer and founder of the Women in Architecture Awards. She was formerly editor-in-chief of the Architects’ Journal and The Architectural Review.
Dezeen's latest survey shows that the number of women in architecture leadership roles has doubled, but the industry needs to work harder to attract and retain women in senior positions, says Christine Murray. More
Designers may not be able to save the world by themselves, but they must help avert societal problems and the looming climate crisis, says Christine Murray. More
The Extinction Rebellion climate change protests in London removed the cars from Waterloo Bridge and created a public space that the Garden Bridge would never have been, writes Christine Murray. More
Architects can limit the environmental impact building has on our changing climate using their power as specifiers, they just need to take responsibility and do it, says Christine Murray. More
Campaigning for equality in architecture is at its peak, says Christine Murray, so why is the number of women in the profession still going down? More
Now that millennial families are the fastest growing demographic in travel, airport design needs a radical shake-up, says Christine Murray. More