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Nadia Stamatova
Architectural Papers, 1999

Ms2000-008

BIOGRAPHY

Nadia Stamatova studied at the University of Architecture and Construction in Sofia, Bulgaria graduating in 1981. Since 1990 she is owner of a private firm "ADA-2-Nadya Stamatova", in Varna, Bulgaria (Architectural And Artistic Design Studio ADA-2).

Biographical information translated by Milka Bliznakov.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

The Maria Militza Sion Architectural Drawings consists of a resume and and a curriculum vitae. The collection also includes photographs, color photocopie of the completed Holiday Inn at Sinaia (1990-99), as well as a photocopy of the plan and elevation of the building. Photocopies of the floor plan and photographs of the completed Calarisi Children's Home are also included (1997-98). In addition to the completed works the collection contains three study sketches for Miercurea Cine from 1986.

PROVENANCE

The material in the collection was donated in summer 1999 by Maria Militza Sion by way of Milka Bliznakov to the International Archive of Women in Architecture housed in the Special Collections Department of the University Libraries of Virginia Tech.

NOTE TO RESEARCHERS:

Most of the material is in the Bulgarian language.

Processed by: Federica Goffi, Architectural Intern, and Gerrianne Schaad, Curator of Manuscripts, March 2000.


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