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Judith Edelman ne adam wata
Rayuwa
Cikakken suna Judith Hochberg
Haihuwa Brooklyn (en) Fassara, 23 Satumba 1923
ƙasa Tarayyar Amurka
Mutuwa 4 Oktoba 2014
Karatu
Makaranta Connecticut College (en) Fassara
Columbia University (en) Fassara 1946) Bachelor of Architecture (en) Fassara : Karatun Gine-gine
New York University (en) Fassara
Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (en) Fassara
Sana'a
Sana'a Masanin gine-gine da zane

Judith Deena Edelman(Satumba 23,1923 - Oktoba 4,2014)yar asalin Amurka ce.Ta tsara ayyuka iri-iri a New York tare da kamfaninta Edelman Sultan Knox Wood/Architects. Mace ce, ta kasance mai ba da shawara ga ci gaban mata a fannin gine-gine kuma ta jagoranci Cibiyar Nazarin Gine-gine ta Amirka ta farko a kan mata.

Rayuwar farko[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

An haifi Edelman Judith Hochberg a Brooklyn a 1923.Iyayenta sun kasance bakin haure daga Gabashin Turai. Ta kasance mai sha'awar gine-gine tun tana matashi bayan ta ziyarci ofishin gine-gine a matsayin dalibin sakandare.Ta halarci Kwalejin Connecticut,Jami'ar New York da Jami'ar Columbia,ta kammala karatun digiri na farko a Columbia a shekarar 1946.

Sana'a[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Edelman was a frequent campaigner for the advancement of women architects and insisted that women should become involved in the American Institute of Architects(AIA)although it was"an exclusive gentleman's club". She was the first woman to be elected to the executive committee of the AIA's New York chapter in 1972. In 1972,she founded the Alliance of Women in Architecture,an organization to promote the advancement of women architects. The next year,she was a co-author of "Status of Women in the Architectural Profession",a resolution for the AIA that encouraged the institute to adapt to the "climate of change"brought about by the feminist movement of the time.At the AIA national convention in 1974,she gave a presentation about the fact that only 1.2 percent of American registered architects were women,claiming that the only industries with a smaller proportion of women were coal mining and steel work.[1]After the presentation, she was recruited to lead the AIA's first task force on women, and came to be called "Dragon Lady"at AIA headquarters.[1]She was the inspiration for Gloria and Esther Goldreich's 1974 children's book titled What Can She Be?An Architect.[1]

Tare da kamfanin da ta fara,Edelman ya yi aiki a kan ayyuka iri-iri a birnin New York, gami da ayyukan gidaje masu araha da yawa. Ɗaya daga cikin irin waɗannan shi ne Phelps House,rukunin gidaje tare da cibiyar jama'a don tsofaffi,wanda aka kammala a cikin shekarar 1983.A cikin 1960s ta yi aiki a kan zane don canza gidaje tara na dutsen launin ruwan kasa a Upper West Side zuwa ginin guda ɗaya yayin da suke kiyaye facades;ginin yanzu 9G Cooperative Apartments. Tsarinta ya sami lambobin yabo daga AIA, Municipal Art Society da City Club na New York, kuma ita da mijinta sun sami lambar yabo ta Andrew J. Thomas Pioneer a Housing daga babin AIA na New York a cikin shekarar 1990.

Rayuwa ta sirri[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Ta auri Harold Edelman a 1947.Suna da ’ya’ya biyu,Marc da Joshua da jikoki takwas.Ta mutu sakamakon bugun zuciya a ranar 4 ga Oktoba,2014.

Nassoshi[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

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