Sigal Davidi

Sigal Davidi received her B.A in Architecture in 1993 and her Master of Science in Architecture in 2002 at the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, both with distinction. She is a practicing architect, teaches design and lectures on the history of Israeli architecture at the Design School of the Holon Academic Institute of Technology and the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. Her publications on architecture and design include “The Flight of the Camel: The Levant Fair of 1934 and the Creation of a Situated Modernism” in Constructing a Sense of Place: Architecture, Planning and the Zionist Discourse, edited by Haim Yacobi (2004).

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