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Megan Panzano graduated cum laude from Yale University, earning a B.A. in Architecture with honors in 2004.  In 2010, she received her M.Arch I with distinction from Harvard Graduate School of Design, where she was the recipient of the John E. Thayer Award for outstanding academic achievement.  Panzano was the 2010 winner of the GSD’s James Templeton Kelley Thesis Prize for her thesis “A Living Archive,” the design of a new architectural type that enables the home to reintegrate object curation with the habits of living.  Her design research has been published as a feature in Wallpaper, Bauwelt, and Mark Magazines, among other publications, and has been exhibited in the Cite de l’architecture exhibit in Paris (2010) and in several Boston academies.