Rafi Segal

Principal Architect (Rafi Segal A+U) & Assoc. Prof. of Architecture & Urbanism (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Boston, US

Rafi Segal is an architect and Associate Professor of Architecture and Urbanism at MIT. His work involves design and research on both the architectural and urban scale, currently focusing on how emerging notions of sharing and collectivity can impact the design of buildings and the shaping of cities. Segal has exhibited his work widely, most notably at Storefront for Art and Architecture; KunstWerk, Berlin; Rotterdam Architecture Biennale, Venice Biennale of Architecture; MOMA in New York; and at the Hong Kong/Shenzhen Urbanism Biennale. He holds a PhD from Princeton University and two degrees from Technion – Israel Institute of Technology - M.Sc and B.Arch. His most recent book Space Packed: The Architecture of Alfred Neumann was published by Park Books in 2017.

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