PROF Hannah Lewi

PROF Hannah Lewi


  • Australian and modern architecture history
  • Heritage and place-making
  • New media and techniques of representation for architectural history



  • Dr Hannah Lewi's areas of expertise lie in architectural design, history and theory. Her research interests include Australian and modern history, heritage and place-making, and new media for publishing history. Dr Lewi currently teaches 19th- and 20th-century history and design; architectural and urban theory; and research methods. She has been a a registered architect with the AIA; is a past President of SAHANZ and past co-editor of Fabrications Journal; current vice-chair of DOCOMOMO Australia, and member of DOCOMOMO international; and the AA (UK).   


Member of

  • Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and NZ. President 2006 -
  • Docomomo Australia and International. Co-editor of Fabrications Journal 2002 -


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Education and training

  • DPhil, The University of Western Australia 1999
  • BA, The University of Western Australia 1992
  • BArch, The University of Western Australia 1989

Awards and honors

  • Faculty of ABP Teaching Innovation Commendation, 2013
  • Recipient of the Royal Institute of British Architects Supervisor Medal for best Honours Thesis - international competition 2002, Institute of British Architects, 2002



Available for supervision

  • Y

Supervision Statement

  • Expertise in supervising architecture history and theory, modernism, heritage and conservation, new media and heritage