Juliet Kavishe

Vice President, International Council of Design

Juliet Kavishe

Juliet is a practicing Professional Interior Architect, Design Educator and a Design competition juror. With a career spanning 17 years and two continents, she has worked as an Interior Architect and Architectural Designer from conceptual to completion stage within teams and as a lead designer on projects with a focus on residential homes and commercial and corporate workspaces globally.

Juliet is an Executive Board Member of the PADI (Pan Afrikan Design Institute) where they are striving to create a Design community specifically for Design professionals and academics with a focus on African Design and African-focused Design education.

Juliet is also a Vice President of the ICoD (The International Council of Design) whose mission is to increase the recognition of the value of design, elevate the global standards of all design disciplines, and improve the situation of individual designers everywhere. Her education was further bolstered by a traineeship focusing on bridging the gap between spatial design and curatorship of artworks at New York’s Guggenheim Museum where she worked closely with Architects and Curators to ensure the vision of both disciplines was met.

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