Talk:Eva Maddox

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It is necessary for students studying interior design, to easily find information about successful female interior designers. Information regarding successful architects (male or female) is readily available, and yet the interior designers who often assist in these well known projects are invisible in the research. Throughout history the most notable female interior designers have very little information regarding their design process and execution. Eva Maddox has practiced in the field for over 30 years and has many prestigious awards given to her by the interior design community. She has been a part of Perkins + Will; Chicago, which is one of Interior Design Magazine's Top 100 Giants. She is an entrepreneur and educator, and information regarding her success should be easily accessible for any interior designer or student that is interested in who has helped define the profession of interior design.Lbrown0522 (talk) 03:28, 26 May 2008 (UTC)

A very energetic assertion of importance. Which leads to the question of WHY it is so energetic...? FeatherPluma (talk) 17:10, 14 June 2012 (UTC) The first two references appear to be dead links, and the third seems to lack immediately retrievable, relevant, or specifically citable information. Some of the others look to have citable information. It looks like a gentle rewrite that a) wikifies the article and that b) in-line references the reference material here (and from a fresh search) - will help this article but I do not have time to review things further today. FeatherPluma (talk) 17:17, 14 June 2012 (UTC)