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Women in architecture

As part of a series this week on women in architecture (yesterday's subject: wunderkind Courtney Brett), Curbed National profiles Laura Crescimano, a "fighter for the public realm" who is at work on some of San Francisco's major projects. Crescimano has never been licensed as an architect, and her conceptual role brings her greater power but less visibility. [Curbed National; previously]