Chana Haouzi is an Architect and Rose Fellow at the City of Boston where she leads design initiatives to address the city’s affordable housing challenges and the mayor’s 2030 Housing Plan. Her projects include piloting the ADU 2.0 program, introducing modular project delivery methods, streamlining the permitting process, and supporting the department’s design review. Chana previously worked at Peter Rose + Partners where she led projects from design through to construction. She is the founder of Architecture for Public Benefit, a design practice dedicated to solving the unique challenges of mission-driven organizations and nonprofits. Prior to joining Northeastern in 2014, Chana led a design studio at Harvard University’s Career Discovery program. She has served as a design critic in schools across the northeast and is an active member of the Boston Society of Architects, Women in Design, and the Architecture Lobby. Chana is a licensed architect and holds a Master in Architecture II from Harvard University, and a Master of Architecture and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from McGill University.
- ARCH 1110: Fundamental Representation
- ARCH 1120: Fundamental Design
- ARCH 2130: Site, Space and Program
- ARCH 2140: Urban Institutions