No life laneway: why? Laneway life: why not?

Hannah Teicher

Hannah Teicher is a designer and urban strategist in Vancouver, BC and has been with Shape Architecture since 2008. At Shape, she has contributed to recreational and small-scale residential infill projects. In addition, in the fall of 2010, she taught a graduate seminar at the UBC School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture considering ways to re-imagine zoning from the ground up. She also collaborated with the TIPS Lab at UBC to develop a framework for deploying public electric vehicle charging stations. In July 2011, she spoke at the Urban Land Institute’s Cascadia Region Conference on Vancouver’s neglected middle scale of density. In 2007, she placed first, with Nick Sully, in the First Annual Cleveland Design Competition with a proposal for transforming a brownfield site into a socially productive urban wetland.

Hannah Teicher – MArch, LEED AP
Shape Architecture


  • ‘Laneway House’ and ‘New Way of Life.’ World Architecture. August 2010
  • ‘New Way of Life.’ Canadian Architect. November 2009
  • ‘Freeway Ends.’ Vancouver Matters. January 2009
  • ‘Accidental Exposure, Deliberate Concealment.’ Canadian Architect. June 2008
  • ‘Package Deal.’ Canadian Architect. September 2007
  • ‘Engaging the Everyday.’ The Almanac of Architecture and Design. 2006.
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