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Often known for her signature parametric structures, fluidic designs, she has consistently stunned the world with her amazing work. Her buildings are distinctively futuristic, characterized by the powerful, curving forms of her elongated structures with multiple perspective points and fragmented geometry. Its research in new in new engineering that allows her adventurous new shapes.
American scholar John Millar believes that Elizabeth Wilbraham (1632-1705) was the prolific mystery architect behind some 400 buildings! In 2007, David Gladstone, the owner of Wotton House in Buckinghamshire, wanted to know what evidence could be found for identifying an architect for the house, so he sponsored a conference in September 2007. Millar […]
100 years after she died, America’s first female architect is getting a grave marker. Louise Bethune, the first woman to be recognized as a professional architect, was buried next to her husband in Buffalo, New York’s Forest Lawn cemetery following her death in 1913. For whatever reason, her family included only her husband’s name on […]
Interior design was previously seen as playing a secondary role to architecture. It also has many connections to other design disciplines, involving the work of architects, industrial designers, engineers, builders, craftsmen, etc
WADe India is a platform for every woman related to Architecture & Design, whether you are a student or in between studies & job, an intern or in a settled job, a top-notch designer or working for one, including academician, writers, and those who are wishing to return to the profession. WADe India will operate THROUGH a WebSITE, SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES and AS AN Event platform to start with.
Atika is a unique tribute to the strengths and creativity of women with its one-of-a-kind property with ownership exclusively for women.
Three women architects in the country who set up offices on their own steam, stayed conscious of their values and questioned the very definition of architecture.
Arundhati Roy, a multi talented personality. activist, author, booker prize winner is also a trained architect.
“I’m trained as an architect; writing is like architecture. In buildings, there are design motifs that occur again and again, that repeat — patterns, curves. These motifs help us feel comfortable in a physical space. And the same works in writing, I’ve found. For me, the way words, punctuation and paragraphs fall on the page is important as well — the graphic design of the language”
Working women need to know they can live, work and yes – entertain, peacefully and safely. Far from raising it for change, the voice of countless working women in India is stifled under the pressures of a daily work commute and the responsibility of managing their households. Not all residential locations are created equal – and certainly not for women in our largest metros like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Pune.
An artist’s creation immortalizes her name. There are only few who posses the audacity to move beyond the self-acclamation and devote their lives for restoring the heritage left by their predecessors. Aishwarya Tipnis is one such architect. An alumnus of School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, India with a specialisation in European Urban Conservation […]
Denise Scott Brown is the winner of the 2017 Jane Drew Prize, the award which recognises an architectural designer who through their work and commitment to design excellence has raised the profile of women in architecture. Respondents to the Women in Architecture: Working In Architecture survey overwhelmingly voted for Scott Brown to be honoured with […]
It is time for the Indian corporate to step up the benefits they offer to women – from equal pay for the same work, to better childcare options. Organizations must also learn to recognize the unique aspirations of millennial women, and their desire for flexible work timings and a better work/life balance.
WADe India, the federation of World Women Architects & Designers was launched in 2016 to connect the women of the industry…
WADe India is a dedicated platform for woman architects and designers of India – the women entrepreneurs & professionals in Design & Architecture….
Just before the 1st Award ceremony by WADe India to recognize the Role Models and Emerging Young Women Architects & …
It’s not very often you get to see the top Women Architects like Shiela Sri Prakash, Parul Zaveri, Canna Patel, Anupama Kundoo ….
A woman of substance, Dr. Kiran Bedi was WADe’s Guest of Honour for the launch event on 14-May-2016 at Leela Ambience Gurgaon. She is India’s first and highest ranking woman IPS o cer who joined the Indian Police Service in 1972. Her expertise includes more than 35 years of creative and reformative policing and prison management. […]
Acknowledging the work & contribution of Women Architects & Interior Designers -Global and Indian perspectives
Women have come a long way from where they had started in Architecture & Design…
The discussions are yet to be held. They are scheduled in the near future.