Monday, September 26, 2016

DEVANNE PENA TO FOCUS ON INCREASING NUMBER OF BLACK WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE

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When Devanne was announced as the editor of The NOMA Magazine, I was eager to join the team of volunteers to support her in having her visions for the publication come to life. Devanne's design thinking is out of the box.


 

She is a Hip Hop Architect. If you see her, ask her about her presentation with Perkins & Will, where she represents the stages of her career with Tupac tracks. Earlier this year, I called on Devanne to help me facilitate The Universal Hip Hop Museum Design Cypher in The Bronx, where we joined hip hop pioneers, community members, high school students and others to create the programming and conceptual vision of The Universal Hip Hop Museum.

http://brandnudesign.com/new-blog/2016/9/19/architect-devanne-pena-focuses-on-increasing-number-of-black-women-in-architecture


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