Hannah Constantine


BArch (Hons), Dip Arch, RIBA

Hannah studied for her undergraduate degree at the University of Newcastle, qualifying with a First Class Honours. Having worked for two years in London Hannah returned to her studies at the Glasgow School of Art, Mackintosh School of Architecture where she completed her Diploma, being awarded the 4th Year Portfolio Award, 4th Year Glasgow Institute of Architecture Award and 5th Year Sheppard Robson Award for Sustainability, Technology and Design. Hannah obtained her Part Three from Westminster University in 2013, achieving a distinction.

Prior to working at ABA Hannah has worked at a number of practices in London, seeing project through all RIBA stages, from design inception to practical completion. Hannah has previously worked on a two form entry primary school in Hackney (Stage K), an inner city London youth centre from Planning to Practical Completion (Stage C to L), a private house in Hampstead (Stage K) and the Poplar Masterplan.

Hannah joined ABA in 2011, during this time Hannah has primarily been responsible for the new Cohen Quadrangle for Exeter College in Oxford, seeing it through from the end of the competition into construction. Hannah was made an associate at ABA in 2015.