Despite their groundbreaking achievements in the 20th century, female architects still struggle to receive recognition in a male-dominated field. Spotlighting 36 contemporary women architects and some of their most impressive buildings, Women in Architecture, a new book from Hatje Cantz, shows the world what it may have missed. The women coming after Lina Bo Bardi and Zaha Hadid, pioneers who recalibrated the field, are formidable. There’s Odile Decq, the designer of China’s multi-layered Fangshan Tangshan National Geopark Museum; Itsuko Hasegawa, of Japan’s undulating Suzu City Performing Arts Center; and Farshid Moussavi, of France’s curvilinear La Folie Divine apartment complex, to name just three. It’s time to share the sandbox. —Julia Vitale