Owner of private architecture and design office "Tal Eyal Architecture".
Tal Eyal Graduate (B. Arch.) of the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel (1994).
Won a fellowship under the UNESCO Fellowship Bank Program for higher studies in conservation and restoration at the UPC (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya), Barcelona, Spain, 2003.
Tal Eyal (Israel) – architect, founder and owner of private architecture and design office «Tal Eyal Architecture» (Tel Aviv, Israel). Between 1997-2003 she worked as an architect in the Conservation Team of the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality. In that capacity, she participated in preparing and applying for the nomination of the "White City of Tel Aviv" for the World Heritage List on account of its Modern Movement (International Style) architecture. Participated in the preparation of the Conservation Plan (Urban Building Plan) for the City of Tel Aviv-Jaffa.
Was an Associate Curator for an exhibition "Tel Aviv's Modern Movement", as part of the celebrations of Tel Aviv's inscription as a World Heritage Site (2004-2005). Participated in the research and writing team of the exh. cat. The White City of Tel Aviv (Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv Municipality, 2002)
Founder and owner of private architecture and design office «Tal Eyal Architecture» (Tel Aviv, Israel).
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