Chana Haouzi is a studio instructor at Northeastern and an associate at Peter Rose + Partners, an internationally recognized architecture and urban design firm in Boston. Chana graduated from Harvard University Graduate School of Design with a Master in Architecture II degree where she served as a teaching assistant to Toshiko Mori and Sanford Kwinter. She also holds a Master in Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Architecture from McGill University. Chana has pursued her passion for teaching by helping students in studio design, digital fabrication, creative writing, portfolio design, and field sketching. Prior to joining Northeastern in 2014, Chana led a design studio at Harvard University’s Career Discovery program. She has also served as a critic at Harvard, MIT, McGill University, Wentworth and the BAC. Chana is a licensed architect.
- ARCH 1110: Fundamental Representation
- ARCH 1120: Fundamental Design
- ARCH 2130: Site, Space and Program
- ARCH 2140: Urban Institutions