Where I had been given the opportunity as a young senior architect to design and lead several large scale projects both in Israel and abroad.

Where I had been engaged in correlating strong environmental research agendas with a large amount of freedom for architectural expression both in the urban and building scales.

Undergraduate studies at the Technion, the predominant architecture faculty in Israel, had opened the door  for me to the intriguing world of architecture .

Developing a generative approach focusing on the correlation between urban form and energy performance in hot climates.

Promoting integrated environmental design through research, consultancy and design work 

2017 - present

Technical University Munich

PhD candidate

2014 - present

2012 - 2013

2005 - 2012

1999 - 2005



Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA)

MSc Sustainable Environmental Design (with Distinction)

Moshe Tzur Architects and Town Planners


Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Bachelor of Architecture (with Distinction)