Jonathan Levine

Jonathan Levine is an architect working in Zurich, Switzerland. He is a project leader at Luetjens Padmanabhan Architekt*innen, where he has worked on collective housing projects in Zug and Basel. His work and research focus on new forms of collective living, re-use and meanwhile occupation, and critical mapping. He has previously worked at Landing Studio in Boston and OMA in Rotterdam.

Levine received his Master of Architecture with Advanced Placement at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a B.S in Architecture from Northeastern University.

Academic Research/Specialty Areas

  • Architectural installations
  • Architectural theory
  • Ecological practice
  • Film/video/sound
  • Historic preservation planning
  • Housing
  • Land use/spatial planning
  • Material practice

Awards, Grants, and Fellowships (Selected)

  • Advanced Placement, Harvard Graduate School of Design
  • Design Award, 2013–2018, Northeastern University
  • Harvard Arts First Festival Grant
  • Penny White project fund (with Ian Erickson)

Exhibitions and Presentations (Selected)

  • 16 Salt Tarps, Half Red, Half White (with Landing Studio for Arch League)
  • How to Mourn (D-Arch Film Festival ETH & 20_km_h gallery)
  • As Above, So Below (Harvard Arts First Festival)

Publications (Selected)

  • "Shifting Sands" (with Ian Erickson for Ground-Up Journal)
  • "Beneath the Surface" (NOIA Magazine)
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