Women in Architecture spotlights contributions women have made to the profession and provides a current snapshot of the changing role of women in architecture and design. Profiles of exceptional women in architecture and related practices such as urban planning, interiors, preservation and sustainability are examined in video, text and images. A graphic timeline tracks notable statistics and landmark accomplishments supplemented with curated perspectives and anecdotes.
Original research highlighting women who have practiced architecture in the City of Houston, including the youngest generation of leaders, is displayed parallel to national and international forerunners. Completed and conceptual work is presented in photographs, models, renderings and illustrations.
AIA Women in Architecture Leadership Panel
Tuesday November 4, 5:30 - 7:30pm
Janis Bracket, AIA, 2014 AIA Houston Chapter President
Lisa Lamkin, AIA, 2014 AIA Dallas Chapter President
Val Glitsch, FAIA, 2014 Texas Society of Architects President
Elizabeth Chu Richter, FAIA, 2015 AIA National President
A Conversation with Diane Hoskins, FAIA, Co-CEO of Gensler
Monday December 1, 5:30 - 7:30pm
Diane Hoskins, FAIA, is one of the three Co-CEOs of Gensler. As both an MIT-trained architect and holding an MBA from the Andersen School at UCLA, Diane’s career has spanned Architecture, Design, Real Estate, and Business. Diane has broad responsibility in running the firm’s day-to-day operations, which span 4,000 employees networked across 46 offices in the Americas, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. In addition to her responsibilities to the firm, Diane has initiated state-of-the-art management strategies in service of the firm’s 2,000 clients in 80 countries. Diane focuses on innovative design strategies that create a positive impact to client performance; she has championed the firm’s reach beyond architectural services to provide a broad comprehensive platform of design and strategic services to clients around the globe.
This exhibit and related programs are sponsored by Page.
Additional funding is provided by Architecture Center Houston Foundation, Debner+Company, FKP Architects, Gensler, Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture, HOK, Jackson & Ryan Architects, Kendall/Heaton Associates, Kirksey, Levinson Alcoser Associates, Morris Architects, PDR, Powers Brown Architecture, Stantec, WHR Architects, Ziegler Cooper Architects and Supporting Friends Nonya Grenader and Donna Kacmar.
This exhibit is funded in part by a grant from the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance.