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Teaching Course

Holistic-Phenomenological Approach to Architecture - Theory and Practice
The Foundations of Harmony in Architecture

The Architectural Language, the Nature of Order & the Design Process
1983-4 ; 1997-2006 Bezalel Academy of Art & Design Department of Architecture, Jerusalem
Today Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning


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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.

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