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Bethune’s Daughters 
Women Architects in Buffalo Today 
October 2011
Roxanne Button 
• M. Arch, Technical 
University of Nova Scotia 
(now Dalhousie 
University), 1992 
• Senior Architect & 
...
Roxanne Button 
• Concept sketch for 
the Burns Bog 
EcoCenter, British 
Columbia 
• Niagara University 
Academic Building
Barbara A. Campagna 
• BPS Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, 
1984 
• Columbia University, MS in 
Historic Preservation, 1986 
• Princip...
Barbara A. Campagna 
• Restoration of Building 
10, Richardson-Olmsted 
Complex
Marie Carone 
• BFA, Radford University, 1999 
• M. Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, 2003 
• Project Architect/Project 
Manager, Watts ...
Marie Carone 
• Langston Hughes 
Institute, proposed 
renovations, 
Broadway Avenue, 
Buffalo, NY
Tracy Conhiser-Uy 
• AAS, Alfred State College, 1994 
• BPS Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, 1997 
• M. Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, 1999 
• Ass...
Tracy Conhiser-Uy 
• Buffalo Public 
School #84, new 
main entrance and 
interior renovations 
• Proposed SPCA 
serving Er...
Anne Dafchick 
• SUNY/Buffalo, M. 
Arch, 2007 
• Project Architect, 
Kideney Architects 
“Since childhood, I knew that arc...
Anne Dafchick 
• Seneca Nation of 
Indians 
Administration 
Building
Melissa Delmonte 
• SUNY at Buffalo, BPS Architecture, 
1987 
• Bryant & Stratton College AOS 
Interior Design, 1977 
• As...
Melissa Delmonte 
• Dr. Lydia T. Wright School 
#89, Classroom addition 
• SUNY/Fredonia Kasling 
Hall Lobby
Mary Werner DeNadai, FAIA 
• B. Arch, cum laude, Drexel 
University, 1979 
• 2010 Honor Award, National 
Trust for Histori...
Mary Werner DeNadai, FAIA 
• Finca Vigia, Ernest 
Hemingway's home 
near Havana, Cuba
Catherine Faust 
• BPS, SUNY/Buffalo, 1981 
• M. Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, 
1984 
• President/CEO of 
Catherine Faust, Architect...
Catherine Faust 
• Empire Grill Restaurant, 
Hertel Avenue, Buffalo
Marcia F. Feuerstein 
• M. Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, 1981 
• M.S Arch, U. Penn, 1992 
• Ph.D Arch, U. Penn, 1998 
• Associate Pr...
Marcia F. Feuerstein 
• “Utopia in uncertainty" 
for paper on Camillo 
Sitte 
• “In the sky with 
diamonds“ for paper on 
...
Beverly Foit-Albert 
• BA Arch, Cornell U., 1961 
• M. Arch, SUNY/ Buffalo, 1975 
• PhD, Human Sciences, Saybrook 
Institu...
Beverly Foit-Albert 
• Stanley M. Makowski 
Early Childhood Center 
• H.H. Richardson 
complex adaptive reuse 
championed ...
Gwen Howard 
• BFA, Historic Preservation, 
Savannah College of Art & Design, 
1987 
• M. Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, School of 
A...
Gwen Howard 
• Buffalo Zoo South 
American Rainforest 
exhibit
Denise M. Juron-Borgese 
• M. Arch, University of 
Pennsylvania, 1997 
• Professional Studies in 
Architecture, SUNY/Buffa...
Denise M. Juron-Borgese 
• Bethune Hall/ 
Buffalo Meter Co. 
loft conversion 
• Boys and Girls Club 
of Camden County, 
NJ
Kathleen M. Kinan 
• M. Arch, SUNY/ 
Buffalo, 1983 
• Kinan Architects, 
Principal/Owner 
“I love working on old existing ...
Kathleen M. Kinan 
• Darul Uloom Mosque, 
Sobieski Street, Buffalo 
• Fleet Feet store, 
Elmwood Avenue, 
Buffalo
Kelly Hayes McAlonie 
• M. Arch, Technical 
University of Nova Scotia 
(now Dalhousie University), 
1994 
• Interim Assist...
Kelly Hayes McAlonie 
• Prairie Playground 
project, Mason City, IA, 
1998 
• Successfully campaigned 
for creation of Arc...
Susan Block Moores 
• M. Arch, Syracuse 
University, 1995 
• BA, American Civilization, 
George Washington 
University 
• ...
Susan Block Moores 
• Decatur House 
Museum entry and 
stair hall, Washington, 
DC
Deborah L. Pease 
• BS, Graphic Design, 
Buffalo State College, 1980 
• M. Education, SUNY/ 
Buffalo, 1995 
• Vice Preside...
Deborah L. Pease 
• McKinley High 
School addition and 
renovations
Anne N. Perry 
• Syracuse University 
School of Architecture, 
1984 
• President, Anpra- 
Architecture, Pllc. 
“We strive ...
Anne N. Perry 
• Restoration of Lyth 
Cottage, 16 Harwood 
Street, Buffalo 
• Restoration of the 
Niagara County 
Courthou...
Carol Siracuse 
• MA, Harvard Graduate 
School of Design, 1969 
• MA, Princeton University 
Graduate School of 
Architectu...
Carol Siracuse 
• South Park High 
School 
• McKinley High 
School
Cheryl Zimmerman 
• M. Arch, SUNY/ 
Buffalo,1986 
• Project Manager, 
SUNY/Buffalo 
Facilities Planning & 
Design
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Bethune's Daughters: Women Architects from Buffalo, NY

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This presentation features some women architects in or from Buffalo, NY. Produced in 2011 as part of an exhibit at the Buffalo History Museum on Louise Bethune, America's first professional woman architect.

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Bethune's Daughters: Women Architects from Buffalo, NY

  1. 1. Bethune’s Daughters Women Architects in Buffalo Today October 2011
  2. 2. Roxanne Button • M. Arch, Technical University of Nova Scotia (now Dalhousie University), 1992 • Senior Architect & Sustainability Specialist, Architectural Resources k.c. kratt “Everything that I've done has a ‘green’ thread running through it. Architecture can have a positive, regenerative impact on the planet, and architects have a responsibility to minimize the negative environmental impact of our work.”
  3. 3. Roxanne Button • Concept sketch for the Burns Bog EcoCenter, British Columbia • Niagara University Academic Building
  4. 4. Barbara A. Campagna • BPS Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, 1984 • Columbia University, MS in Historic Preservation, 1986 • Principal & Owner, Barbara A. Campagna/Architecture + Planning, PLLC “Our firm’s work demonstrates that the artistic, scientific and cultural aspects of remaking and greening historic and existing buildings are crucial to a sustainable future.”
  5. 5. Barbara A. Campagna • Restoration of Building 10, Richardson-Olmsted Complex
  6. 6. Marie Carone • BFA, Radford University, 1999 • M. Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, 2003 • Project Architect/Project Manager, Watts Architecture & Engineering “My goal is to provide excellence of care and sustainable building solutions with integrity.”
  7. 7. Marie Carone • Langston Hughes Institute, proposed renovations, Broadway Avenue, Buffalo, NY
  8. 8. Tracy Conhiser-Uy • AAS, Alfred State College, 1994 • BPS Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, 1997 • M. Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, 1999 • Associate at Kideney Architects, PC “I was raised with no boundaries or limitations because of my gender. I was encouraged as well as expected to do the same work and hold the same responsibilities as a male would. I carry that same philosophy today--the only limitations are the ones I set.”
  9. 9. Tracy Conhiser-Uy • Buffalo Public School #84, new main entrance and interior renovations • Proposed SPCA serving Erie County
  10. 10. Anne Dafchick • SUNY/Buffalo, M. Arch, 2007 • Project Architect, Kideney Architects “Since childhood, I knew that architecture and buildings were important to me. As a freshman in college, I decided that becoming a licensed architect was my personal goal, and am please to share that I reached my goal before the age of 30.”
  11. 11. Anne Dafchick • Seneca Nation of Indians Administration Building
  12. 12. Melissa Delmonte • SUNY at Buffalo, BPS Architecture, 1987 • Bryant & Stratton College AOS Interior Design, 1977 • Associate, Interior Architect, Audubon Interiors Studio, Kideney Architects “I design projects with an attention to detail that includes an understanding of space usage, furniture design, and interior components.”
  13. 13. Melissa Delmonte • Dr. Lydia T. Wright School #89, Classroom addition • SUNY/Fredonia Kasling Hall Lobby
  14. 14. Mary Werner DeNadai, FAIA • B. Arch, cum laude, Drexel University, 1979 • 2010 Honor Award, National Trust for Historic Preservation • President, John Milner Architects, Inc. “I most enjoy the challenges of complex building projects, while at the same time understanding the economic realities that are not uncommon in saving architectural fabric and communities as a whole.”
  15. 15. Mary Werner DeNadai, FAIA • Finca Vigia, Ernest Hemingway's home near Havana, Cuba
  16. 16. Catherine Faust • BPS, SUNY/Buffalo, 1981 • M. Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, 1984 • President/CEO of Catherine Faust, Architect Michael Majewski “Most people have a desire to see pedestrian-friendly buildings that respond to street life, versus making some kind of monumental design statement.”
  17. 17. Catherine Faust • Empire Grill Restaurant, Hertel Avenue, Buffalo
  18. 18. Marcia F. Feuerstein • M. Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, 1981 • M.S Arch, U. Penn, 1992 • Ph.D Arch, U. Penn, 1998 • Associate Professor, Virginia Tech, Washington Alexandria Architecture Center “I seek out of the box free thinking -- to achieve good/excellent design and making through mentoring and teaching. Listen to quieter voices and ideas, without distractions of more insistent and loud pronouncements.”
  19. 19. Marcia F. Feuerstein • “Utopia in uncertainty" for paper on Camillo Sitte • “In the sky with diamonds“ for paper on Ronchamp
  20. 20. Beverly Foit-Albert • BA Arch, Cornell U., 1961 • M. Arch, SUNY/ Buffalo, 1975 • PhD, Human Sciences, Saybrook Institute, 1978 • President, Foit-Albert Associates, Architecture, Engineering and Surveying, P.C. “Architecture is the medium through which I view and interpret the world around me and contribute to it. I deeply respect diverse cultures and the architecture that has evolved to serve and educate people. We're here to make things better than they were.”
  21. 21. Beverly Foit-Albert • Stanley M. Makowski Early Childhood Center • H.H. Richardson complex adaptive reuse championed early on by Foit-Albert
  22. 22. Gwen Howard • BFA, Historic Preservation, Savannah College of Art & Design, 1987 • M. Arch, SUNY/Buffalo, School of Architecture & Planning, 1995 • Senior Project Manager & Associate, Foit-Albert Associates “Good architecture is more than just great design. It's about listening to your clients. They know the problems they need to solve, and it's our responsibility to define solutions that are innovative, cost-effective and beautiful at the same time.”
  23. 23. Gwen Howard • Buffalo Zoo South American Rainforest exhibit
  24. 24. Denise M. Juron-Borgese • M. Arch, University of Pennsylvania, 1997 • Professional Studies in Architecture, SUNY/Buffalo, 1993 • President, Buffalo Architecture Foundation • AIA Buffalo/WNY Board of Directors • Project Manager, Development, Ciminelli Real Estate Corporation
  25. 25. Denise M. Juron-Borgese • Bethune Hall/ Buffalo Meter Co. loft conversion • Boys and Girls Club of Camden County, NJ
  26. 26. Kathleen M. Kinan • M. Arch, SUNY/ Buffalo, 1983 • Kinan Architects, Principal/Owner “I love working on old existing structures. they represent time and energy past spent, the contribution of our immigrant forefathers, antique skills and materials never to be regained—and in the smallest details. “
  27. 27. Kathleen M. Kinan • Darul Uloom Mosque, Sobieski Street, Buffalo • Fleet Feet store, Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo
  28. 28. Kelly Hayes McAlonie • M. Arch, Technical University of Nova Scotia (now Dalhousie University), 1994 • Interim Assistant Vice President of Capital Planning Group, SUNY/Buffalo “Through the design of learning gardens, schools or high education projects I am interested in how we learn and how architecture can help to teach children and adults alike.”
  29. 29. Kelly Hayes McAlonie • Prairie Playground project, Mason City, IA, 1998 • Successfully campaigned for creation of Architect Barbie™ • Guest Curator, Louise Bethune Exhibit, Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society
  30. 30. Susan Block Moores • M. Arch, Syracuse University, 1995 • BA, American Civilization, George Washington University • Owner, Susan Block Moores Architects + Planners “Most important is the preservation of historic context with quality sustainable modern intervention.”
  31. 31. Susan Block Moores • Decatur House Museum entry and stair hall, Washington, DC
  32. 32. Deborah L. Pease • BS, Graphic Design, Buffalo State College, 1980 • M. Education, SUNY/ Buffalo, 1995 • Vice President, Cannon Design “Don’t design or build anything you are not proud to identify when driving by with your family, friends, or strangers. Don’t be afraid to tackle something new. Try to honor and preserve our existing architecture. “
  33. 33. Deborah L. Pease • McKinley High School addition and renovations
  34. 34. Anne N. Perry • Syracuse University School of Architecture, 1984 • President, Anpra- Architecture, Pllc. “We strive to empower our clients, invest in our community, and build our people as we participate in the building and rebuilding of the environment. We strive to balance this idealism with the realities of time and money while respecting the priorities of our clients.”
  35. 35. Anne N. Perry • Restoration of Lyth Cottage, 16 Harwood Street, Buffalo • Restoration of the Niagara County Courthouse, Lockport, NY David Torke
  36. 36. Carol Siracuse • MA, Harvard Graduate School of Design, 1969 • MA, Princeton University Graduate School of Architecture, 1971 • Vice President and Educational Planner, Cannon Design, retired “My goal was to provide public schools with first-rate learning spaces for all children, equally.”
  37. 37. Carol Siracuse • South Park High School • McKinley High School
  38. 38. Cheryl Zimmerman • M. Arch, SUNY/ Buffalo,1986 • Project Manager, SUNY/Buffalo Facilities Planning & Design

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