Antonia is an architect and historian whose work focuses on the social agency of the built environment. She studied architecture at Cambridge and Princeton, and has practiced as an architect in the Netherlands, Switzerland and the UK. She is currently pursuing a PhD in History at the University of Amsterdam. Her doctoral research, which is funded by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), investigates the gendering of urban nature in 18th-century Europe.
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From Mies to Bjarke: Ten Moments in the Manly History of the Architect’s Model