+ 1997 B.Arch. cum laude, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.
+ 2004 M.A. in Histories and Theories of Architecture, Architectural Association School, London, UK.
Dissertation: A Machine to Arouse Emotion: of Le Corbusier's Promenade Architecturale.
+ 1997-2010 Practiced as freelance architect, as well as for S.Aronson Landscape Architects, Jerusalem; P.L. Faloci , Architect, Paris; ARCORA Engineering, Paris; collaborated on projects in Israel, France, U.K., Morocco, Greece and China.
+Adjunct Lecturer at the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.
+Architectural commentator for the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris and the Fondation Le Corbusier, Paris.
Current research papers include:
The Path of Stone : of the transformation of stone from a "natural resource" into a harbinger of meaning in architectural treatises from Alberti to Viollet le Duc.
Learning from Edo - Architecture at the Intersection of Milieux : considering the 17th century Edo house as part of the Tokugawa socio-political system and its resource management and codification of the building trade.
From Land Art to Kengo Kuma's Nobjecthood : finding parallels between Land Art and Earthworks' relation to site and Kengo Kuma's idea of the dissolution of the architectural object.
Medial Architecture : looking at Kengo Kuma's architecture and its relation to place, in light of Augustin Berque's theories of Mesology and Mediance.