Roma Agrawal

Structural engineer, author of “Built: The Hidden Stories Behind our Structures”

Structural engineer, author of “Built: The Hidden Stories Behind our Structures”


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DnA is exploring stories about identity -- as in, how much does it matter to design?

Identity in Design: Roma Agrawal on bringing more women into structural engineering

DnA is exploring stories about identity -- as in, how much does it matter to design?

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