Hannah Wolf received a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign. Between her undergraduate and graduate school, Hannah had the opportunity to work for a small design-build firm in Los Angeles, CA. With this opportunity, she was able to gain good knowledge of the business side of architecture. In addition to her studies in architecture, Hannah is currently a Certificate of Historic Preservation candidate and the Fundraising Director with the American Institute of Architecture Students at SAIC as well as an active volunteer with the American Red Cross’s Disaster and Social Services. Through her work experience and school, Hannah has gained a passion for innovative design that focuses on creating a sense of place through architecture.
Hotel for the Tourist
“A new type of tourist hotel allows visitors a richer understanding of where they are.”
Promoting a form of tourism that emphasizes social connectedness together with spectacular landmarks by creating realms where visitors and locals interact informally, opening up opportunities for the visitors to have a richer understanding of where they are.