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Dalia Munenzon

Dalia MunenzonDalia Munenzon has a decade of professional experience in architecture and urbanism. Focusing on adaptive strategies and resiliency methods. She leverages experience in urban systems design, environmental planning and architecture to work with local communities across scales towards resilient cities and urban environments. Her work in urban resilience is innovative and instrumental to the national effort to address and adapt to climate impacts.

Dalia serves as an Associate for One Architecture & Urbanism, leading and managing the firm's projects in the Boston and Houston Areas. Ms. Munenzons' work on resilience is focused on waterfront design and long term strategic planning. Leading the office efforts on many high-profile, award winning projects. In addition to teaching and academic research, Dalia presented her work at conferences in Toronto, Boston, NYC, Springfield, Athens, Florence, and Tel Aviv.

Dalia received a Master in Architectural studies from MIT (SMarchs Architecture + Urbanism program) and a Bachelor in Architecture and Town Planning from the Technion, Israeli Institute of technology. She served as adjunct faculty at the Rhode Island School of Design, and has been a guest jury for architecture programs at at MIT, RISD, Harvard GSD, Syracuse, Cooper Union, UC Berkeley, CCA, NJIT, University of

Houston, Northeastern, Wentworth Institute, and Boston College of Architecture. She is an active member of the AIA Houston COTE and the Urban Land Institute Houston Resilience Committee (in the past – Boston Society of Architects Committee on Resilient Environments (CORE) and ULI Resilience New England). She hopes to carry forward her knowledge and experience to promote healthy, inclusive and resilient cities in the 21st century.

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