Women architects -- Bulgaria
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Milka Bliznakov was a Bulgarian architect, architectural historian, and professor who practiced in Bulgaria, France, and the United States. The collection consists of her publications, research, correspondence, professional documentation of her practice, conference participation materials, teaching materials, and documents related to her involvement as the founder of the International Archive of Women in Architecture.
The Krasimira Choneva Architectural Collection includes conceptual and working drawings as well as supporting documents for six projects. The projects range in date from 1958-1994 and were all designed and completed in Bulgaria by Krasimina Choneva. The collection also includes one biographical sketch written by Choneva herself as well as an additional biography written by Milka Bliznakov in 2007.
Snezha Daskalova (also Snezha Daskalova-Milkovska) is an architect in Sofia, Bulgaria. The collection contains drawings for residential projects by Daskalova, one set of student drawings by her daughter, Marine Milkovska, and biographical information.
Architect Nevena Kechedzhieva worked for the Bulgarian State Design Organization until 1984, and now designs for private clients. The collection contains her designs for residential and commercial projects in Bulgaria, Nigeria and Yemen from 1971 to 1989.
The Tsvetana Ninova Architectural Collection consists of a resume and 34 architectural drawings (original ink drawings on lucid paper).
Maria Peeva is a Bulgarian architect known particularly for designing schools, vacation houses, hotels, and retail stores. Her collection includes a curriculum vitae, project lists, and renderings/construction drawings for two projects: workers vacation retreat for the Shumen Chemical Factory "Volov" (1979) and vacation houses in the Village of Rogachevo, Balchik County (near Varna, 2005).