Associate Professor, Melbourne School of Design, University of Melbourne and Vice-Chair of DOCOMOMO Australia
Hannah Lewi is an Associate Professor in the Melbourne School of Design, where she teaches architecture history, theory and design. Her research spans architecture history and heritage, with a particular interest in the conservation of Modernism and in the use of visual and new digital media for historical interpretation. She is the vice-chair of Docomomo Australia, and co-editor of the book Community: Building Modern Australia, 2010; special editor for a current issue of Historic Environment ICOMOS Journal on ‘Citizen Heritage’; and co-developer of numerous digital apps and films on architecture and histories of place. She is the historical advisor for ‘The Pool’ Australian exhibition and book ‘The Pool’ at the Venice Architecture Biennale, 2016.