Hannah Moon

Designer I

Hannah Moon is an Urban Designer who is passionate about working hand-in-hand with communities to build inclusive, meaningful, and beautiful spaces, particularly in underserved neighborhoods. At City Fabrick, Hannah has supported various urban planning and design projects, including transportation, cultural, land use planning, strategic planning, and open space projects, across a range of scales throughout Los Angeles and Long Beach. Her passion for advocacy, community building, and people-centered design informs her work. With over eight years of experience in the world of environmental design, Hannah has the ability to view her work through diverse perspectives, allowing her to design more contextually and effectively. Hannah has a multifaceted design background, with an education in urban planning and interior architecture, and over five years of experience as a Design Coordinator at a design-build landscape architecture firm. She is currently serving on the Downtown Long Beach Alliance’s Placemaking Committee. Hannah also has more than ten years of volunteer experience working with at-risk communities in Southern California and abroad. When she is not organizing community workshops, Hannah can be found eating good food, spending time outdoors with her dog, traveling, and watching Korean dramas.

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