feminist spaces

in urban areas and
architecture built on
authentic approach

why feminist space?

Challenges gender biases and inequalities, creating inclusive and safe cities and urban environments for all.

Promotes women's participation in shaping cities, amplifying their influence and ensuring their needs are considered.

Acknowledges intersectionality and works towards social justice in cities by addressing gender, race, class, ableism and other social factors.

How we acheive it?








gender and ethnic


How we acheive it?








gender and ethnic


You bring the location. We provide knowledge

equitable street

Slow and shared mobility 1 of 14 micro mobility-ready connections 2 of 14 public transport 3 of 14 free zone 4 of 14 service zone 5 of 14

transition zone

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local commerce 7 of 14 eyes on the street 8 of 14 gender, age & ability equitable places 9 of 14 multigenerational play elements 10 of 14 public health interventions 11 of 14 permeable surfaces 12 of 14 microforests 13 of 14 microforests 14 of 14

equitable park

parking for slow mobility vehicles 1 of 11 parking for slow mobility vehicles 2 of 11 public toilets and toy rental space 3 of 11 path connecting different zones of the park 4 of 11 irregular shape of MUGA – multi-use play game area 5 of 11

flexible and mobile structure – age, gender, ability ready

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gender neutral play spaces 7 of 11 active zone, regardless of age 8 of 11 the stage – a common place for local community and local festivity 9 of 11 teen girls friendly space 10 of 11 biologically cative spaces (70%) 11 of 11

equitable courtyard

The entire courtyard is semi-private, open to the neighbourhood 1 of 15 Soft edges between paved and unpaved 2 of 15

Gender/age & ability equitable spaces

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Micro-mobility ready, with parking for bikes, scooters, cargo bikes

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Flex-tures – flexible urban structures

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Eyes on the street

6 of 15
local commerce 7 of 15

groundfloor easly accessible apartments for elderly and disabled

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Active play

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Engaging youth & older people gender-neutral play area

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Community space for events/birthdays

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Urban farming

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Recycling center

13 of 15

Post boxes

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Covered bike parkings 15 of 15

equitable estate

’The commons’ – open door main space for local community building with core services and functions according to the scale and density of the community 1 of 9 Woonerf streets – shared streets with single level, 30km/h, with paths for micro mobility and with restricted access for mechanized transport 2 of 9 Building quarters 3 of 9 Access to public transport every 250m 4 of 9 Programming and functional diversity 5 of 9 Streetscaping and street facades 6 of 9 Complete streets 7 of 9 Semi-open courtyard spaces 8 of 9 Various types and sizes, sustainable architecture 9 of 9

equitable school

open to the neighborhood 1 of 7 gender, age and ability neutral zones 2 of 7 equal-space sequence is a path connecting all of the zones of the schoolyard 3 of 7 MUGA – multi-uze play area for active plays, with irregular shape, not dominating the courtyard, with soft edge for other uses 4 of 7 baskteball baskets of various sizes placed along paths to enabled more informal play areas for more public 5 of 7 nature area for experimentation and outdoor classes 6 of 7

passive leisure zone

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equitable building

Accessible roof for food production 1 of 11 Accessible roof for community common space 2 of 11 Green roof 3 of 11 Energy production 4 of 11

Private units: with private extended outdoor space of a generous size

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Engaging groundfloor entrance with micro-mobility parking, 6 of 11 Engaging groundfloor entrance with bench for socialising 7 of 11 Engaging groundfloor covered entrance 8 of 11 Ev charging station 9 of 11 Multifunctional social space open for the neighbourhood with: common kitchen, coworking space, meeting space, events space, laundry 10 of 11 Groundfloor apartments easily accessible for elderly and disable, provide eyes on the street 11 of 11

Who is using our services?

Trusted by


Equal Jerozolimskie

Research methodology on the example of Aleje Jerozolimskie (main street of Warsaw) on the exhibition “Street Fight” ate the Museum Of Contemporaray

Futbolo Centrism

Analysis of the preschool space and guidelines for the project of the first equal school in Poland, Zyrardow


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our vision

We, Architektoniczki announce we do not know! They knew.

They created the blueprints, crafted the structures, and sculpted the landscapes of their worlds with confident vision.

They delineated what an apartment should resemble, how a street should flow, and what the essence of a city, of the world …. their world

They set up paradingms  shaping the built environment we consciously or not follow today.

We, Architektoniczki, acknowledge our position in the continuum of architectural history. Yet, as we stand on their shoulders, we recognize the limitations of their perspectives. Their world was not our world. Their truths were not our truths. We, especially as women architects, navigate a terrain shaped by narratives often too grand and frameworks too rigid. We adapt, not merely because we are women, but because adaptation is the essence of progress. It’s ingrained in us, an instinct honed since birth.


We, Architektoniczki,  announce the end of architecture as a tool of grand narratives. 

We, Architektoniczki, go beyond male-female dualism

We, Architektoniczki, acknowledge the diversity of human experiences, acknowledging those who do not conform to traditional molds and societal norms.

We invite dialogue, stimulation, and inquiry. We admit our uncertainty, embracing the unknown as fertile ground for exploration and innovation. 

Let us collectively embark on a journey where curiosity reigns supreme, where questions are as valued as answers, and where the built environment reflects the rich tapestry of human existence in all its complexity.


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