Madame Architect’s Julia Gamolina: “The More Architects Can Accumulate Skills to Run a Business and Tell a Compelling Story, the Better Their Work Will Be”


Courtesy of Julia Gamolina and Madame Architect

Courtesy of Julia Gamolina and Madame Architect

Madame Architect, the platform dedicated to the built environment and to the empowerment, advancement, and visibility of the women who work in it, has just reached a milestone, publishing over 250 interviews with the females who shape our world. “Designed to break the architect’s mold”, the website was founded 3 years ago by Julia Gamolina, an architect that shaped her own path in the field, becoming Director of Strategy at Trahan Architects, focusing on the business, its development, growth, and evolution.

Archdaily’s Christele Harrouk had the chance to speak to Julia Gamolina, Founder, Editor-in-Chief of Madame Architect, and one of Professional Women in Construction’s “20 Under 40”, to discuss her career choices, the online magazine, the business of architecture and communication.

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