DANA ARAZI LEVINE,
FOUNDER AND PRINCIPAL ARCHITECT
Dana is an architect, interior designer, and urban designer with a passionion for creating beautiful spaces that combine modern living with historic preservation.
As an architect in Tel Aviv, Israel, Dana specialized in the revival and modernization of Bauhaus buildings. Upon relocating to the U.S., Dana gained additional experience at architecture firms Moshe Sadie in Cambridge and Wilson Architects in Boston.
In 2017, Dana founded her own practice, Arazi Levine Design, to focus on high-end residential design that would thoughtfully integrate modern functional demands within the existing architectural integrity of homes.
Dana earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Tel Aviv University and a Master of Urban Design degree from The City College of New York.
Born and raised in Tel Aviv, Dana maintains a love for cities. She has lived in London, New York, and Boston - where she currently resides with her husband and son.
ANTONIA MEDINA ABELL,
Antonia is an architect and urban designer with a passion for colorful, minimalistic design, natural materials, and vintage finds.
After graduating from the Urban Design program at Columbia University, Antonia joined Arazi Levine Design; bringing her experience from Santiago de Chile and the Midwest, where she worked in commercial architecture projects.
Antonia holds a professional degree in Architecture from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and a Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University. With her team, she was awarded the 'Honor" 2020 AIANY + ASLANY Transportation + Infrastructure Design Excellence Awards in the Student Projects category.
Antonia was born and raised in Santiago de Chile and loves walking around the city; having lived in the Midwest, New York, and currently Boston.
"Israel-born Dana Arazi Levine has amassed quite the following since establishing her Boston studio in 2017—and it’s easy to see why. The pro’s schemes showcase an impressive blend of architectural training and killer interior-design instincts, resulting in spaces that feel both timeless and contemporary."
- Boston Home Magazine