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To conclude a four-part series on women in architecture, Curbed National profiles Marion Weiss, one half of noted firm Weiss/Manfredi, known for "rigorous, sliced and stepped earthwork-style projects that treat landscape and architecture as a single medium." Women architects who practice with their husbands don't always get credit for their work, which is one reason why Weiss and Manfredi are so careful to conceal how each of them contributes creatively to their projects. [Curbed National; previously]