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Nili Portugali, Architect A.A Dip

http://www.niliportugali.com

Tel-Aviv, Israel
World known practicing Architect senior lecturer researcher published author and film director. Her film is the third of Creative TRILOGY following the buildings she designed and the published books she wrote. Exhibited: the Venice & San Paolo Biennale.Guest at Universities :MIT; Harvard; Oxford; Tsinghua China; Graduated A.A. School of Architecture London. PostG :Architecture&Buddhism, U.CBerkeley Her book: The Act of Creation and The Spirit of A Place , listed the book of the year by R.I.B.A

And the alley she whitewashed in light blue


A film by Nili Portugali, Architect A.A Dip

And the alley she whitewashed in light blue


A film by Nili Portugali, Architect A.A Dip
Holistic-phenomenology approach and methodology to architecture
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Type of project
  • Systemic changes

The film is opening a public discussion regarding central debates, challenging the general public at the 21st-century, how to adopt a new worldview-a holistic and cross-cultural one that will transform the one underlying current thought and approaches being an existential threat to the physical and human environment in which we live. That will create a more HUMAN environment in which man will feel at home. Being an interface between: Architecture; Art; Holistic philosophy, the film appeals to a varied audience in general and will appeal to the target public attending your events.
The screening will be followed by a discussion panel about the hypothesis and debates that the film puts forward. Portugali’s Journey in the Kabbala holy city of Tsefat unfolds to a discovery of universal insights from holistic/Buddhist /scientific P.O.V: What is the secret of all Timeless places in which man feels 'at Home' & what is that 'One Pure Art of making' that creates them At any culture; place; time



And the alley she whitewashed in light blue


A film by Nili Portugali, Architect A.A Dip

And the alley she whitewashed in light blue


A film by Nili Portugali, Architect A.A Dip
Holistic-phenomenology approach and methodology to architecture
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

The film is opening a public discussion regarding central debates, challenging the general public at the 21st-century, how to adopt a new worldview-a holistic and cross-cultural one that will transform the one underlying current thought and approaches being an existential threat to the physical and human environment in which we live. That will create a more HUMAN environment in which man will feel at home. Being an interface between: Architecture; Art; Holistic philosophy, the film appeals to a varied audience in general and will appeal to the target public attending your events.
The screening will be followed by a discussion panel about the hypothesis and debates that the film puts forward. Portugali’s Journey in the Kabbala holy city of Tsefat unfolds to a discovery of universal insights from holistic/Buddhist /scientific P.O.V: What is the secret of all Timeless places in which man feels 'at Home' & what is that 'One Pure Art of making' that creates them At any culture; place; time




Idea by

Nili Portugali, Architect A.A Dip
Tel-Aviv
Israel
World known practicing Architect senior lecturer researcher published author and film director. Her film is the third of Creative TRILOGY following the buildings she designed and the published books she wrote. Exhibited: the Venice & San Paolo Biennale.Guest at Universities :MIT; Harvard; Oxford; Tsinghua China; Graduated A.A. School of Architecture London. PostG :Architecture&Buddhism, U.CBerkeley Her book: The Act of Creation and The Spirit of A Place , listed the book of the year by R.I.B.A