Anat Stern Senior Associate M.Arch
Anat Stern is an architect and a researcher with over 24 years of experience, in which she has been working in Israel, Belgium, the Netherlands and in the UK. She is currently a Senior Associate at Zaha Hadid Architects, where she is involved in international projects across China, Japan, the Middle East, Australia, South America, mainland Europe and in the UK. Her work experience spans over varied typologies, amongst are civic mixed-use projects, cultural buildings, residential towers, private villas, hospitality, offices and transportation structures. Her academic work includes teaching at the Architectural Association and at the University of Westminster, as well as lecturing extensively in the UK, across Europe and in several universities in Israel. Furthermore, Anat was an invited critic for final students’ reviews at the AA, The Bartlett UCL, London MET, RCA, University of Westminster, University of Greenwich, and in numerous universities in Israel, including the Technion – Israeli Institute of Technology, Bezalel – Academy of Arts & Design, Holon Institute of Technology and Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art.
Anat studied Architecture and Urbanism at the Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design in Jerusalem as well as the Technion Israeli Institute of Technology in Haifa. At Bezalel she made the honours list and at Technion she made the Dean’s list. Anat subsequently obtained her master’s in Architecture and Urbanism from the Design Research Laboratory at the Architectural Association in London.
Project experience overview
Anat is currently working as a senior associate for a theatre in Switzerland, which is in competition stage. She is also senior associate for a masterplan in China which is under construction, as well as Jesolo Magica Retail Centre in Italy. Other projects include the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Centre in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Capital Hill residence in Moscow, Russia, the Sepentine North Gallery in London, UK and Zaragoza Bridge Pavillion in Zaragoza, Spain.