Architectural Digest India


In 1990, Mumbai-based architect Brinda Somaya had already spent a decade working in a silo as a woman in architecture with little or no contact and collaboration with other women professionals. In 2000, she decided to call upon her peers, women with diverse portfolios and practices, and was overwhelmed with the response she received from India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan. An unprecedented success, Women in Design 2000+ presented the stories of women in design, architecture and construction.

Twenty years since that cornerstone was laid, she realised women’s contribution to discourse, pedagogy and

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