Stereo-Gender is a proposed architectural response to the issue of occupational gender inequality. The Building Sleeve and Parasitic Addition offer buildings to show that they are willing to help fight the inequality issue. ​The proposed shapes were inspired by fashion garments that mask the wearer. So, you cannot determine their gender which in turn eradicates gender bias. My colour palette runs from pink, to purple to blue. This highlights the gender bias we put on colours throughout history. Pink (in recent society) has been appointed to girls, and blue for boys. When historically it was the other way around. It was important to me to highlight this issue but in an abstract way. The shapes would be in collaboration with the building - they could decide which shape and colour out of the six choices that they would like best to represent them.