3/1985, BAUMEISTER, West Germany, Master Plan and Housing Clusters, Beit Safafa, Jerusalem'.
2/1986, Ministry of Housing Publication, Urban Renewal, Or-Yehuda.
3/1986, International conference on urban renewal, Jerusalem. Lecture and article, Or-Yehuda.
1/1991, The 9th conference on city governments, Jerusalem. Lecture and article The public space'.
11/1991, Group exhibition, Jerusalems Architecture 1980-1990. Article Architecture in Israel.
5/1993, Group exhibition, Bezalel gallery, Jerusalem, Unbuilt projects.
3/1994, Group exhibition, Israel's Museum Plaza, The Seam and Rd. No.1.
3/1994, Design Magazine, article The seam and Rd. No.1.
6/1995, Building and Architecture, interview and publication and interview, Agripas Market, Jerusalem. 1st place closed competition.
7/1996, Publication of selected projects in 3000 Years in Jerusalem Architecture and Landscape in Jerusalem, Asaf publication.
7/1997, Moscow, Participation and presentation Lecture and Seminar, of traveling group exhibition Jerusalem Architecture. Sponsored by the Foreign Ministry and Israels Architects Association.
12/1997, Jerusalem, Planning and Development, Editor Dr. A. Adiv, published projects; St. Stephens Compound, St. George Compound, Agripas Market, Givaat Ha-Matos, The Seam & Rd. No.1.
1/2000, Group Exhibition Merhav 99 Space 99, Gil Paz, Kfar Saba, home for senior citizens.
5/2000, Architecture in Israel, article Designing for the aged, published projects; Gil Paz, Kfar Saba, Achuzat Bait, Raanana.
11/2000, First mention, P. Eilon prize 2000. Israels Architects Assoc. and Holon municipality, for the urban design project of The Seam and Rd. No. 1, Jerusalem.
2/2003, Architecture in Israel, Interview, Education in Architecture.
11/2003, article 'Education and a wide cultural context', "Orange new directions in education". A ministery of education publication.
2/2004, group exhibition "Merhav 2003" - "Space 2003". "Architecture in Israel Export & Import" , Rabbe Nachman synagouge, Uman, Ukraine.
1971-1975: Employed Architect, private architectural firms, New York.
1976-1978: Associate; N.L.A. & Assoc. Architects, New York.
1979: Owner, Moshe Margalith Architects & Urban Planners, Jerusalem, Israel. The firm is based on a professional staff of fourteen Architects. Since 1979 the firm's work has included projects in Urban Planning, Urban Design & Landscape and Architecture; following is a selected list:
Urban Planning, Urban Design
Master Plan: The Seam between East & West Jerusalem from Mount Scopus to the Old City.
Urban Design Development & Landscape: The new north entrance to Jerusalem Road No.1
Architecture and Landscape for national roads No 4, No 553 and Dror Interchange and road No 60.
Urban renewal: Cities of Or-Yehuda and Kiryat-Gat.
Urban Development & Landscape of public open spaces: Cities of Or-Yehuda and Kiryat-Gat.
Urban design development and landscape- Re-vitalising the city centre of Natanya.
Master Plan phase II: Giv'at Ze'ev, a new city north of Jerusalem
Master plan - a new neighborhood of 600 units: Gilo, Jerusalem.
Master plan - a new neighborhood of 1,000 units: The Arab village of Beit Zafafa, Jerusalem.
Master plan - a new neighborhood of 4,000 units: Givat Hamatos, Jerusalem.
Master plan - a new neighborhood of 2000 units, East Arad.
Master plan for Sorek Nuclear Centre.
Housing: Various housing projects ranging from 30 to 500 units in Jerusalem, Rishon-Lezion, Acre & Givat Zeev.
Homes for Senior citizens in Ra'anana, Kefar-Saba, Jerusalem and Motza, ranging from 150 to 300 units with health care facilities and public spaces.
Hotels: Various hotel 250-300 room in Tiberias, Acre, Ma'aleh Adumim and Jerusalem.
Commercial Centers: Ranging from 10,000 to 50,000 Sq.M., in Ra'anana, Giv'at Ze'ev and Jerusalem.
Mixed use project: St. George Compound, The Anglican Church, Jerusalem, 150,000 Sq.M three Hotels, a convention center, offices and a commercial center.
Mixed use project: "Jerusalem Panorama", Ritz Hotels, 70,000 Sq.M, two hotels, a convention centre and a centre for the performing and visual arts.
Office park, science and communication center, 300,000 M², Neve Ilan.
Library, research center and dormitories, The Ecole Biblique Institute, The Dominican Order, Jerusalem.
Education center and synagogue, 7,000 M² in Uman Ukraine, World Council of Chasidei Breslov, Inc.
Zionist Museum, Mt. Herzl Jerusalem, World Zionist Organization.