Eytan Levi

Eytan Levi was born in Paris, France. He graduated in 2017 with a B.Sc in Architecture from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Lausanne, Switzerland after an exchange year at the University of Tokyo. He has worked on exhibitions and installations at Junya Ishigami and Go Hasegawa in Tokyo in addition to larger scale buildings and urban studies at Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Switzerland. 


Areas of Interest
Alternative Energy, Baroque Architecture, Building Energy, Building Materials, Building Ventilation, Civic Participation, Climate Change, Community Development, Community Planning and Economic Development, Conflict, Dispute Resolution, Mediation, and Participatory Planning, Daylighting, Digital Fabrication, Economic Development, Education, Environmental Planning, Environmental Planning and Management, Finance, Fine Arts, Food Systems, Gardening, Gender Studies, Globalization, Government, Graphic Representation, Historic Preservation, History and Theory of Planning, History of Gardens, Housing, Housing Development, Infrastructure Planning, International Studies, Islamic Architecture, Landscape, Landscape Photography, Latin American Architecture, Law and Policy, Medieval Architecture, Modern Architecture, Orientalism, Parks and Recreation, Planning Management, Postcolonialism, Real Estate, Regeneration, Resource Management, Rococo Architecture, Social, Inclusion, and Diversity Planning, Structures, Sustainability, Theory of Architecture, Theory of Art, Theory of Urbanism, Transportation and Mobility, Transportation Planning, Urban Agriculture, Urban Design, Urban Finance, Management, and Urban Economics, Visualization


2018 - 2021
Master of Architecture, MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2016 - 2017
Exchange Year, Todai - The University of Tokyo
2014 - 2017
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, EPFL - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne

Academic Experience

2015 - 2015
Teaching Assistant, EPFL - HUM-124(b) Intro to Transportation Engineering
2015 - 2016
Administrative Assistant, EPFL - Laboratory for spatial manufacturing
2014 - 2016
Students body representative (elected), EPFL - Council of the School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Professional Experience

2017 - 2018
Design Intern, Herzog & de Meuron
2017 - 2017
Design Intern, Junya Ishigami + Associates
2017 - 2017
Design Intern, Go Hasegawa and Associates
2015 - 2015
Design Intern, Voith & Mactavish Architects LLP


2017 -
The Best 2017 Architecture Drawings, ArchDaily
2017 -
The Best Architecture Portfolio Designs, ArchDaily


2016 -
Teaching the Vernacular, Buildings, Monuments and Archeology Department of the State of Valais
2016 -
Salon des Refusés Architectural Drawings, Milan Design Week
2015 -
Exercising, EPFL - Laboratory for spatial manufacturing