Isabelle Ndoumy-Kouakou is a passionate M.Arch candidate at Rice University where she recently defended her thesis. Hailing from Côte d’Ivoire, she holds a B.S. from the Illinois School of Architecture. Isabelle is deeply committed to exploring and showcasing the hidden beauties of African Architecture. Her academic journey reflects a dedication to advancing her understanding of architectural principles, making her a promising professional in the field. With a keen interest in bridging cultures through design, Isabelle aspires to contribute significantly to the global appreciation of African architectural heritage.
This alumni atrium talk is supported by the Ricker Library of Architecture and Art