Noa Havilio, AIA, LEED AP
Noa values the ability of a sensitive and deep observation to create meaningful architecture and enjoys the frequent moments of inspiration that each project, large or small, offers.
Since completing her graduate studies at MIT, Noa has built a broad portfolio of project experience on both a national and international level. Her projects include multiple educational, cultural and residential projects. A LEED accredited professional and registered architect, her strong passion for the environment is evident and reflected through her design decisions.
Noa weaves teaching, drawing and research into her practice when possible and has taught graduate and undergraduate architecture studios at The University of Minnesota, MIT, and the Boston Architectural College. She volunteers regularly as a visiting critic for the University of Minnesota and the Perpich Arts High School.
Noa lives in the Lowry Hill neighborhood of Minneapolis with her husband and twin sons.