Dalia Sadany is an Egyptian Architect and multidisciplinary designer. She is also a contractor, writer and motivational speaker. Over the course of her career she received 12 design awards in various fields of design from; interior design, arts & crafts and furniture to urban, landscaping and building structures. In 2014 she was ranked 12th in A' Design Award Global Designer placing her in the highest echelon of designers in the Arab World.
Serving her second term, Sadany is the President of the International Association of Designers (IAD) headquartered in Como Italy - the first female and Middle Eastern to be elected for this position. She is also the founding chairman of Asda Association the first non-profit design hub dedicated to promoting design and development of young designers in Egypt.
THE LOSS OF ARCHITECTURE AND ITS LINKAGE TO GLOBALIZATION
- Current status of Architecture and Urbanism in Egypt
- Post Modernism - The changing public face of Egyptian Architecture
- Exploring the innovative designs representing disparate trends
Theme: Women in Construction (Architecture & Design)