The main aim of the paper is to explore the relationship of created spaces, and the people who live in these designed environments. What the paper aims to bring out is the role of the woman and her position in the society based on the architecture of the earlier days and how this defined the regard and position of the woman in the present day society. As such the paper will analyze the previous paper with major focus on the architectural reflection of the image of the woman and the position the same architectural designs placed the men. Additionally, the research paper will be to critically evaluate the effects of the earlier architectural models and reflections on the position and perception of the woman in the society. The following are the research objectives: Firstly, to investigate the effects of the earlier architectural models and reflections on the position and perception of the woman in the earlier society. It will also investigate the effects of the earlier architectural models and reflections on the position and perception of the woman in the society of today. Thirdly, to investigate how the architectural models and reflections can be used to change the position and perception of the woman in the society of todayThe role of the woman in society is no doubt very important and critical to the well being of the society. What has been affecting and hindering the recognition of this is the tarnished image which is associated with the woman in the society. As such this paper aims to point out the origin and the vices which are promoting the compromised image which is associated with the woman with the aim of finding ways of averting the same. This paper therefore aims to come up with the best possible solutions that will enable this images and perceptions to be changed. Since the paper is developed with focus on architecture, all the literature review that will be done and subsequent development of the paper will be done with special focus of the field of architecture. At the end of the paper there will be a clear direction and guidelines that will be proposed to help avert the trend and if possible empower the woman of the society of todayIn the Moller house there is a clear depiction of how one part of the house is raised and specially designed but designated for a specific member of the household is the first depiction of how the traditional architecture was tailored to work to the advantage of one group which was the
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