HNNA and Assemblage
Hannah is the founder of HNNA and Assemblage, urban designers and architects who combine research and practice to reconsider how we design cities. Her knowledge of speculative design strategies has been instrumental in shaping the studio's approach to design through research and her focus is questioning preconceived attitudes in the midst of contemporary challenges. She has a strong reputation for delivering intelligent, inventive solutions that creatively add value for clients who are looking to invest in the future.
Hannah is also a Lecturer at The Bartlett, University College London for postgraduate Architecture and Urban Design programmes and lecturers internationally, undertaking design research addressing the challenges of global urbanisation. Her international work including the Iraq Parliament and UN HABITAT economic housing settlements has been Highly Commended at the W Awards and she is an appointed Design Council Expert.
HNNA's Mayfair Neighbourhood Plan has recently been fully adopted by Westminster and Hannah has been appointed to the Planning and Public Realm Committee to ensure its implementation. HNNA are also working in collaboration with a design team led by AHMM on the redevelopment of Camden's West Kentish Town Estate. The highly innovative new Design District in Greenwich for which HNNA are the masterplanner, design coordinator and one of 8 leading architects is due for completion this year and HNNA’s Couldrey House in Australia was highly commended in the 2020 Architectural Review’s House Awards.