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In the projects we highlight, designers we profile and events we cover, Houzz regularly celebrates creative and inspiring women in design. For Women’s History Month, which commemorates the valuable contributions that women — often unsung — have made throughout history, we wanted to let the inspiring female pros on Houzz tell us about the women who’ve inspired them.
We asked women in architecture, a field still dealing with gender inequities, to describe the designers in their lives who have mentored, guided or otherwise positively influenced them in their careers. The answers we got include everyone from world-renowned design pioneers to a generous mentor who helped secure a designer’s first architectural internship. Here are 10 of our favorite answers, from the architects in their own words.
Anjie Cho on architect Diane Naiztat of Naiztat + Ham Architects
“She was one of the first architects I worked for in New York City. I learned so much from her about how to work with clients, contractors and people in general. She was soft yet tough, and I think a lot of my best skills came from her mentorship,” Anjie Cho says. “It was the first time I worked for a woman who owned her own firm. I’ve worked for a few other architects since, and she still stands out as the most upstanding, kind and influential person from when I started on my architecture path.”
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