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Nina Hutteman


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Nina’s career path was initially inspired by her aunt, an artist and architect who designed beautiful spaces and objects for family and friends. She set her sights on architecture, which combines her passions for design and engineering with her desire to positively impact people’s lives. Her work today helps bring historic buildings into the present and creates sustainable spaces where people can work, learn, and feel that they belong.

At Goody Clancy, Nina assists with design work and the creation of drawings, graphics, and physical models to help guide project teams’ internal conversations and discussions with clients. After spending half of her undergraduate years during the pandemic, she knows all too well the impact that physical spaces can have on students’ learning and sense of community. As a result, she considers working with higher education clients to be a special opportunity to design buildings that empower students and faculty to build community and conduct groundbreaking research. An eager learner and natural collaborator, Nina is excited to be working on the renovation of several residential structures at Dartmouth College.

Nina builds in her spare time, too; she recently helped build a virtual reality game for high school biology students. The game allows users to shrink to nano scale and walk around inside a cell.

Thoughtful and intelligent design can change people’s lives. With our work, we seek to shape environments in such a way that people can come together and reach their full potential.
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