Nathalie Eldan is a french architect. She is the principal of Paris based architecture practice Atelier NEA. Nathalie studied at KADK The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen and at ENSA Paris la Villette. She was awarded the Monbukagakushoto scholarship to pursue in Japan her research on the shift of identity of the Japanese residential space post WWII. In parallel she worked as a professor assistant at Osaka Sangyo University. With more than a decade of rich international experiences in Tokyo, Jerusalem and Paris, Nathalie developed multidisciplinary methodologies and innovative design processes that are specific to her practice. Working in various scales and typologies, she focuses on hybrid spaces in the city. Nathalie was published in several magazines and books and she is frequently invited as guest lecturer to architecture faculties in France and Asia.
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