On Thursday March 15th, AIA Charlotte Women in Architecture (WIA), chaired by WTS’s Jana Gottlieb Hartenstine and Blair Smith of Barringer Construction, organized the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art’s Modernism+Film Series event. The film was Eileen Gray: Designer and Architect. The film examined the history of Gray's architectural creations, including E.1027, one of the most famous houses in architectural history, built in Roquebrune, France, in 1926. This modernist, seaside, L-shaped, flat-roofed building with floor-to-ceiling windows and a spiral staircase, utilizes natural light and ventilation. It was designed, said Gray, for a "minimum of space and maximum of comfort." E.1027 has today been declared a French national monument and is presently being restored. Josie Holden Bulla and Christine Haynes provided a joint introduction and the film was followed up by a panel of female architects who have experience starting their own practice, Kathryn Horne, Kristina Held and Veronica DeVita