Yael Hameiri Sainsaux is an architect, educator, and scholar. She received her architectural degree from The Cooper Union, New York. She holds a master’s in comparative literature and is a PhD candidate at City University of New York. Yael has taught architecture and served as a critic at various schools in New York and in Europe.
Her work has been exhibited in a solo exhibition, “Dialogical Corners,” in New York, and a group exhibition at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel, among others. In 2012, Yael started her own architecture practice. Yael is the creator and curator of “Conceiving the Plan” exhibition and publication that was first on view at the Italian Pavilion of the 17th Venice architectural Biennale. He writing about space literature and the city were published in “Resilient Communities” catalogue among other publications.