In a special issue of its International Journal, the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat spotlights women in the tall building industry. SOM Associate Director Rupa Garai, Director Nicole Dosso, and Natalie de Blois, a designer at the firm from 1944 to 1974, are included.
In honor of International Women's Day, Curbed highlights the contribution that women have made in designing and building some of New York's most iconic structures, including One World Trade Center. SOM Director Nicole Dosso served as Senior Technical Coordinator for the 104-story tower.
On February 24, 2017, SOM Director Nicole Dosso will lead a discussion at the AIA New York Center for Architecture. The event is part of the Leadership Breakfast series organized by the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee.
The Commercial Observer covers the use of pressurized first-responder elevators for tall building evacuation. SOM Director Nicole Dosso was interviewed about protected evacuation routes in One World Trade Center and 7 World Trade Center, both designed by SOM.
CityRealty, which focuses on the New York City real estate market, has included SOM Director Nicole Dosso in a survey of the female architects behind some of the city's most innovative residential projects. Dosso is recognized for her work on Baccarat Hotel & Residences as well as One World Trade Center.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has elevated SOM's Charles Besjak and Nicole Dosso to its College of Fellows. The prestigious honor is awarded to AIA members who have made significant contributions to architecture and society on a national level.
SOM's Nicole Dosso will speak at the Design Futures Council's Leadership Summit on the Business of Design in New York City on November 16-17, 2015. Bringing together leaders in architecture, design, engineering, construction, and real estate, the event fosters new insights on growing successful organizations.
SOM Managing Partner Laura Ettelman and SOM Director Nicole Dosso are honored in this year’s Top Women in Real Estate issue from Sokol Media. They have been selected among outstanding women leaders across all areas of the real estate industry, including not only architecture, but also development, law, brokerage and marketing.
SOM Director Nicole Dosso recently participated in an online discussion about women in architecture, hosted by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. In a follow-up blog post, NCARB shares highlights from that conversation, as well as Dosso’s advice for all young architects.
Nicole Dosso, SOM Director, will speak at this year’s Bloomberg Business Design 2015 conference in San Francisco on April 28, 2015. Now in its third year, the annual event brings together world-renowned designers for discussions on “how design and technology are changing the way we live, work, and play.”
SOM Director Nicole Dosso will serve as a panelist for an online discussion about women in architecture on March 19, 2015. Hosted by NCARB, the webinar will include a discussion between practicing female architects, moderated by Architect Magazine Assistant Editor Caroline Massie, followed by a period of questions from attendees.
SOM Director Nicole Dosso will speak about One World Trade Center at Syracuse University on March 3, 2015. She will present an overview of the 1,776-foot tower and describe some of the technical challenges that the structure resolved.
SOM Directors Nicole Dosso and Scott Duncan will serve as jurors for the inaugural International Architecture Awards 2015, organized by International Architecture Podium. Members of the 25-person jury will evaluate projects in 36 different categories, ranging from transport terminals to corporate interiors.
Gary Haney, SOM Design Partner, and Aybars Asci, SOM Design Director, are currently leading two courses about supertall buildings at Pratt Institute. Throughout the semester, Haney and Asci are joined by fellow SOM experts who serve as guest lecturers and critics.
Fast Company spotlights SOM Director Nicole Dosso, who has played a key role in the construction of One World Trade Center. Dosso discusses how the 1,776-foot-tall tower has become a reality.