Modern Dwellings in Eretz Yisrael: Gender Issues in Domestic Planning of the 1930s and 1940s
Sigal Davidi is an architect and architectural historian as well as a lecturer at Tel Aviv University’s David Azrieli School of Architecture. She researches the history of architecture in Israel, with a special interest in modern architecture and gender in pre-state Israel.
Davidi received her PhD from Tel Aviv University. She has previously held a fellowship at the Institute of Architecture and Urban Development at the Technical University Berlin.
- A New Woman in a New Land: Women Architects and the Design of Social Institutions for Women (Hebrew; Open University of Israel Press, forthcoming)