Noa Havilio, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Noa values the ability of a sensitive and deep observation to create meaningful architecture and enjoys the frequent moments of inspiration and poetry that each project, large or small, offers. Collaborating with clients, building users and team members to arrive at thoughtful, creative and beautiful design solutions is a delight.
In addition to a rich practice of architecture that includes residential, commercial and public buildings in a variety of scales nationally and internationally, Noa greatly enjoys weaving teaching and research into her practice when possible. She is currently an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota. She previously taught at the Boston Architectural College and was both a Teaching and Research Assistant at MIT.
Noa first studied architecture at Tel-Aviv University, then proceeded to earn a Master of Architecture at MIT.
A LEED AP BD+C certified, Noa is passionate about sustainable, healthy and socially responsible design solutions. She is a registered architect in Minnesota and a member of the AIA and USGBC MN.