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מידע כללי

קורות חיים

Education
1970 B. Arch. Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia. U.S.A. Recipient of Georgia Institute of Technology scholarship and the Sara Lee Jacobs Foundation fellowship.
1973 M.S.C in Urban Planning and Urban Design, Columbia University, New York.
Recipient of Columbia University President's Scholarship
 
Academic position
1987-1994 Lectures, Bezalel School of Architecture & Environmental Design
1995-2000 Senior Lecturer, faculty member, School of Architecture, University of Tel Aviv.
2001- Professor, School of Architecture, University of Tel Aviv.
2003-2005 Head, School of Architecture, University of Tel Aviv.
  Other Positions
1975 Registered Architect U.S.A.
1980-83 Advisor to the Ministerial Committee for National & Regional Planning
1990-94 Advisor to the District Planning Committee, representing The Architect's Association of Israel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

פרסומים

 

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.

 

 

Professional Background

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.

 

Architecture

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.

 

 

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