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Hanaan Llewellyn

Communications Assistant

Born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to an Afro-Arabian mother and a Euro-American father, Hanaan Llewellyn grew up between a West-African immigrant society in Makkah (Mecca) and a European-American society in Colorado. As a recent graduate of the Program of Environmental Design (ENVD) at the University of Colorado-Boulder, Hanaan continues to work part time as an Administrative Assistant for the Professional Development Services and a Section Instructor with the ENVD. Hanaan is fascinated with world heritage, culture, and architecture (primarily of the Islamic world, including Central Asia). As a student, she was part of the eighteen CU/ENVD students who assisted Maruf Mirakhmatov, a talented artisan from Tajikistan, in the Dushanbe Teahouse Restoration Project in 2018, and has co-authored the regionalism chapter in the book “An Architecture Dialog: Learning from the Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse.”

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