Architecture and Silent Music – A cup of tea | Ms. Nadia Francisco | TEDxHindustanUniversity

She speaks on “Architecture and Silent Music – A cup of tea”. Her speech is a great inspiration to many. Inspite of challenges with hearing and speaking since childhood, she has overcome the speaking through lipreading and hearing through a unique personal skill that now even she can explain / identify the sound when a pin is dropped.

Nadia Francisco is an aspiring architect, writer and performing artist who believes that a little positivity can go a long way. Her practical concept of ‘Dancing with Silence’ has been her quest to inspire people by creating a balance between rhythm, light and space; concepts that have the capability to change how we perceive and build our world today. In addition to receiving a prestigious university scholarship, she has been an active participant in various events that include architectural competitions such as Transparence 2014 and NASA 2011 and dancing events such as Campus Jive NXG and the Epic show.

Her life is a great inspiration to many. Inspite of challenges with hearing and speaking since childhood, she has overcome the speaking through lipreading. But hearing challenge remains. Even then she has a unique personal skill that now even she can explain / identify the sound when a pin is dropped. She speaks on “Architecture and Silent Music – A cup of tea”.

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