Farshid Moussavi delivers keynote at AJ Women in Architecture Awards

Professor in Practice Farshid Moussavi delivered the keynote address at the inaugural Architects’ Journal Women in Architecture Awards on April 20 in London.
Moussavi is the founder and principal of Farshid Moussavi Architecture (FMA), an international practice based in London currently working on the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland, USA and a Quran Museum in Tehran, Iran. Moussavi was co-founder and co-principal of the award-winning Foreign Office Architects (FOA), known for projects such as the Yokohama International Ferry Terminal in Japan. 
The luncheon, networking event, and awards were hosted by AJ editor Christine Murray. Zaha Hadid was awarded the Jane Drew Prize for her outstanding contribution to the status of women in architecture. See more photographs and read reactions from attendees.