Arch. Noa Appel
An Architect in practice and in academia with vast knowledge and experience in Architecture and Urban Design.
Noa has been a lecturer for over a decade in the Architecture department and is also currently the academic coordinator of the master’s degree in Urban Design. She was in charged of “Tempus” program, a European program for higher education.
Noa holds a Master’s degree in Architecture from the "de la ville et des territoires" school in Paris, which was then followed by several years of international practice experience both in France and New-York. Abroad Noa has worked on a variety of scales, from the MDU – Mobile Dwelling Unit, which was exhibited in the Whitney museum in NY, to a large public realm in the French city of Rennes. Back in Israel, Noa has worked on some of Israel’s most significant regeneration projects, such as central Netanya and the new development of North-West Tel Aviv.
Since 2010 Noa has her own practice and is also a senior consultant to the Jerusalem Planning Authority overseeing some of their major projects such as the new Entrance to Jerusalem Masterplan.