Sharon Davis

General Information

Occupation: architect

Resident City: New York City



Subject: Women of Architecture

Description: Lecture at National Building Museum


Employer: Sharon Davis Design

Title: Founder and Principal

City: New York City

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Start Date: January 01, 2007


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No apprenticeships on record


Name: Women for Women Active Citizens Award

Date Received: January 01, 2010

Name: Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize

Description: from Columbia University

Date Received: January 01, 2008

Name: "Game Changer" 2013

Description: awared by Metropolis Magazine

Date Received: January 01, 2013

Notes: for Womens Opportunity Center in Rwanda

Name: Best Future Educational Project

Description: World Architecture Festival Award

Date Received: January 01, 2011

Notes: for Womens Opportunity Center in Rwanda


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Notable Projects

Title: Women's Opportunity Center Rwanda

Description: Buildings for market, classrooms, economic develiopment, various activities

City: Kayonza

Country: Rwanda

Start Date: 2009

End Date: 2013


Notes: Part of Women for Women Project


Institution: Columbia University

Department: Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

Degree: MA

End Date: May 01, 2006


Professional Affiliations

Organization: LEED-acreditation

Start Date: January 01, 2006

Publications By

No publications by on record

Publications About

Title: An Empowering Women's Center in Rwanda

Author: Tim McKeough

Publication: Architectural Digest

Country: United States

Date Published: November 2013


Title: In Progress: Womens Opportunity Center/Sharon Davis Design

Author: Alison Furuto

Publication: Arch Daily web site

Country: United States

Date Published: December 02, 2011


Notes: Furuto, Alison. "In Progress: Womens Opportunity Center / Sharon Davis Design" 02 Dec 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 09 Mar 2015.

Title: Women of Architecture: Sharon Davis

Author: NBM Online

Publication: National Building Museum Online

Date Published: March 2015


Notes: accessed 2015-03-09