Ph.D., is an Architect and Urban Planner, specializes in urban regeneration, a lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning at the Technion. She received her B.Arch (1998) from Bezalel Academy and was awarded the America-Israel cultural foundation prize, along with a scholarship to the Cooper-Union School of Architecture, NYC. Nava has practiced architecture and urban planning in NYC and Jerusalem in the private and public sectors. Both MSc and Ph.D. in urban planning from the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion. Her thesis (2008) explored the meaning of home during urban regeneration process, followed by the Ph.D. (2017) dissertation: “Housing regeneration strategies: evaluation from a social justice point of view” that was awarded the excellence prize by the Israel Planners Association. Currently, Nava is a postdoctoral fellow at the Remote Sensing Lab, the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Haifa.
/Urban regeneration strategies
/Affordability and urban networks that promote urban resilience