1981 "The Timeless way of things" - By the "Center for Environmental Structure" Berkeley with Prof. Christopher Alexander & Dr. Artemis Anninou - Linz Austria.

1986 " 40 Architects under age 40 - Dizengof Center Tel-Aviv.

1982-97 Competition Entries - The Israeli Architectural Association Tel Aviv, Bezalel Academy of Art & Design Jerusalem, Technion Institute of Technology Haifa, Rishon Letzion City Museum.

1992 "Conservation of Buildings & Sites in the Israeli Landscape" - Conference Center Tel-Aviv.

1994 "Heritage and Conservation" - The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute.

1996 International conference on Architecture - Barcelona Spain.

1997 The third Biennale for Architecture - San - Paulo Brazil.

1997 "Merhav 2000", The First Biennale for Architecture in Israel - Israeli Architectural Society Tel Aviv.

1999 " Public buildings for the year 2000 " - Jehoshua Park Tel - Aviv.

2000 Community and Cultural Centers projects - Israeli Architectural Association Tel- Aviv.

2000 Future Development Projects in the City of Jaffa - City Hall Tel-Aviv.

2000 Model of The Music center & Library Tel-Aviv - Maduradam Holland.

2004 "Merhav 2003", The Forth Biennale for Architecture in Israel - Israeli Architectural Society Tel - Aviv.

2004 "Buildings of Quality"- City Hall Jerusalem.

2004 Biennale di Venezia - 9th International Architecture Exhibition - The Israeli Pavilion.

2004 Artitectura", Art in Architecture or Architecture as Art ?- Artists Gallery Ein Hod.

2005 UIA International World Architects Conference, Istanbul , Turkey ( Multimedia Show)

2006 “Ot Haitzuv”, Shalom Tower Gallery, Tel Aviv

2007 "Women in Architecture"- Israeli Architectural Society, Migdalor Gallery Jaffa (Opening 1.2.07)

2007 "Women in Architecture"- Tel-Aviv University Art Gallery (Opening 18.5.07)

2009 "The Act of Creation and the Spirit of a Place: A Holistic-Phenomenological Approach to Architecture"- Tel-Aviv Oranim Art Institute, The Gallery of Israeli Art (Opening 16.6.09)

2017 Tour Event “Houses from within”, Tel-Aviv 18-19.5.07 (A Building With an Inner Street)

Nili Portugali is a Israeli architect, whose work is tightly connected to the holistic-phenomenological school of thought, which she argues
is much beyond the given definition of Sustainable Architecture, a humanistic worldview she implements in urban design,
architecture, landscape design and interior design in designing public buildings, residential and private houses.