אדר' ג'ורג'יה הבלוצל

אדר' ג'ורג'יה הבלוצל

Georgia Hablützel is an architect, researcher and educator based between London and Tel Aviv-Jaffa. She earned her M.Arch from the Architectural Association (London), receiving the AA Prize upon graduation. In 2020 Georgia co-founded the digital platform web-site.info

Currently, she is the Editor of the annual publication Book of Briefs and has contributed, edited, and authored a number of publications and peer review papers internationally. Her work has been acquired by the Tate Museum Special Collections (UK), the Architectural Association Archive (UK), and the Whitechapel Gallery (UK) as part of her contribution to the Richelieu Biennale. Previously, Georgia was the editor of the triannual Architectural Journal AArchitecture, and contributed to the publication ‘Dwelling in the Future: Architecture of the Seaside, Middle England and the Metropolis’ by Pierre d’Avoine (UCL Press, London, 2021)

Georgia is a founding member of the Negev School of Architecture where she serves as the Head of First Year. In addition, she is a M.Arch Unit Master at the Architectural Association and leads a B.Arch Landscape and Urbanism studio at Bezalel School of Architecture, Jerusalem

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Architectural Association School of Architecture, M.Arch, ARB, RIBA PART II, London, UK

Architectural Association School of Architecture, ARB, RIBA PART I, London, UK

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First Year Studio