Neta Feniger is a landscape architect and holds a Ph.D. in architecture from the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning in the Technion – Israel Institute ofTechnology. She currently teaches at the Technion and is part of several researches. Her research interests include transnational architecture and landscape architecture in the post-war era, modern rural planning, and architecture and landscape architecture in development projects. She take part in the Center's poject Traces and Treasures of German-Jewish History, in the framework of which she arranged the collection of the landscape architect Rut Enis at the Technion's archive.
- Feniger, Neta, and Rachel Kallus, 'Building a 'New Middle East': Israeli Architects in Iran in the 1970s', The Journal of Architecture 18 no. 3 (2013): 381-401
- Feniger, Neta, and Rachel Kallus. “Israeli Planning in the Shah’s Iran: A Forgotten Episode.” Planning Perspectives 30, no. 2 (2015): 231–51
- Feniger, Neta, and Rachel Kallus. “Expertise in the Name of Diplomacy: The Israeli Plan for Rebuilding the Qazvin Region, Iran.” International Journal of Islamic Architecture 5, no. 1 (2016): 103–34.
Articles in Edited Books
- Feniger, Neta, and Tal Alon Mozes. “‘The Light, the Air, the Sea: Planning of the Coastal Area as Public Space in Richard Kauffmann’s Plan for Tel Aviv’.” In Richard Kauffmann and the Zionist Project, edited by Michael Levin, Marina Epstein-Pliouchtch, and Tsafrir Fainholtz. Tel Aviv: Ha-Kibbutz Ha-Mehuhad, 2016
- Feniger, Neta, and Kallus, Rachel, ‘The Israeli plan for rebuilding the rural region of Qazvin’, in: European and American architects in late Pahlavid Iran, edited by Mohammad Gharipour, London: Intellect, 2017.
- with Eran Tamir: Building a ‘New Middle East’ – Israelis Building in the Shah’s Iran, Exhibition in House of Architect’s Gallery, Jaffa, March-May 2017.