02.2021 Presented as part of the Bezalel School of Architecture open school sessions
01.2021 Lecture at Bezalel School of Architecture - The Anthropocene Studio
11.2020 Shortlisted for the
Seoul Biennale Of Architecture and Urbanism 2021- Crossroads, Building The Resilient City
01.2020 RISD IntAR Adjunct Faculty
04.2018 - Talk at the ULI Boston Resilience Committee meeting
02.2018 - Lecture at the BAC East Boston studio
08.2015 - Participated in DredgeFest Great Lakes symposium and adaptive devices workshop with Mark Smout (Smout Allen/Bartlett SoA, UK).
02.2015 - Graduate research assistant on the 'Working Neighborhoods' project at the CAU- MIT.
04.2014 - was a admitted to SMarchs graduate program at MIT
05.2013 - Participating in the Archiprix workshop in Moscow, Russia.
03.2013 - Final thesis project was exhibited at the University of Louisiana School of Architecture and Design, hosting the inaugural Unbuilt Visions exhibition featuring winning submissions and selected projects from the 2012 international architectural design competition.
07.2012 - Final thesis project selected for international Archiprix competition.
05.2012 - Final thesis projects wins Reiskin & Ben Asher first prizes for best graduation project.
Interview in one of Israel's leading newspaper on urban adaptation projects
Dalia 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.
Munenzon serves as the Boston associate for One Architecture & Urbanism, leading the firm’s projects in the greater Boston area. Her work on resilience is focused on waterfront design and long-term strategic planning. She has led such high-profile, award-winning projects as the Climate Ready Boston Downtown, East Boston and Charlestown; Moakley Park Vision Plan; Peddocks Island Masterplan; Fourth Regional Plan, Triboro, Lower Manhattan Coastal Resiliency Project; and the East Side Coastal Resiliency Project.
Dalia received a Master’s in Architectural studies from MIT and a Bachelor’s in Architecture and Town Planning from the Technion Israeli Institute of Technology. Her undergraduate thesis, which looked at the future coastal cities, was awarded the Raiskin Award in 2012. Dalia has been a guest critic at Harvard GSD, MIT, UC Berkeley, CCA, Northeastern, Boston Architectural College, University of Pennsylvania, RISD, Wentworth Institute, and The Cooper Union. She hopes to carry forward her knowledge and experience to promoting healthy, inclusive and resilient cities in the 21st century.
Recent publication in MONU Magazine on Urbanism - Issue #33 Pandemic Urbanism
Grasping for (Fresh) Air: Exposing The Inherent Conflict of Public Interiors
with Yair Titelboim
Overnight the pestilence and ecohistorical events disrupted the order designed to facilitate numbness to the planetary condition. The current crisis reveals that the exigent machinery envisioned by Buckminster Fuller and Reyner Banham for climate control interiors for the masses - can no longer accommodate public life and shelter from the tumultuous environments. Public interiors are interwoven with the contemporary city. They transcend the street's hyper-sensory experience into mass transit systems, skyscraper lobbies, office buildings, subterranean passages, multi-layered shopping malls, theaters, gyms, restaurants, and other shared artificial atmospheres. (read more)