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Hannah Levine


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Hannah has been drawn to architecture since her youth; she was often found building LEGO playgrounds, drawing houses, and admiring the work of her uncle, who is an architect. What began as a budding interest grew into a genuine passion during architecture school, where she discovered an appreciation for the built environment’s social and technical aspects.

As a Project Manager and Project Architect, Hannah brings an acute awareness of both critical elements to her work, yielding thoughtful design solutions that bring delight to users and long-term satisfaction to clients and communities. She is skilled at adapting to the demands of her projects, taking on a variety of roles to support project teams.

Among a list of impactful projects in her portfolio, she is most proud of her leadership for the Live Online Classrooms in Cumnock Hall at Harvard Business School. This fast-paced, complex project demanded a creative project approach and the design of cutting-edge spaces within a tight schedule. Working in close collaboration with consultants and the client, Hannah helped deliver this forward-looking project on schedule and within budget. Today, the space serves as a critical component of HBS’s education delivery.

When not designing buildings, Hannah redirects her creativity toward crocheting adorable stuffed animals for her friends’ children. She also has an impressive cookbook collection spanning more than fifty titles, which she enjoys for their culinary inspiration as well as their historical, time-capsule nature.



Architecture is a continual learning process; one from which I find satisfaction in reflecting on past projects and applying lessons learned to my current work.
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