Tal Senior



Tal, the founder of TSA, is a registered licensed architect in Israel and was elected to Membership of the Bureau of Engineers, Architects and Graduates in Technological Sciences. He is a member of the Association of Architects and Town builders in Israel.

Tal was elected to Corporate Membership of the Royal Institute of British Architects. He trained and graduated from the Polytechnic of Central London - University of Westminster and the Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA) in London, under Unit Masters - renowned architects: Wiel Arets, Prof. Wim van den Bergh, and David Green - Archigram founder. In London, he worked for PRS Architects. He has teaching experience at the Tel Aviv University Technical architectural school and is invited occasionally to final year Juries at various schools of architecture.

Work by Tal Senior was exhibited at various exhibition venues such as: Ramat Gan Museum of Israeli Art, The Bienal of Miami - Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, The Conference for Architecture & Design Tel Aviv, The Van Alen Institute New York, The Association of Israeli Architects, and The Jerusalem City Town Hall.

During 2007 Tal initiated and organized the first lectures in Israel of the renowned Dutch architect Wiel Arets, at Tel Aviv University School of Architecture and at The Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Department of Architecture, Jerusalem. The lectures which were titled: 'White' and 'Black' were followed by the Arets exhibition: 'Less Weight More Scales' at the ZeZeZe Architecture Gallery Tel Aviv.


In 2018 Tal Senior initiated, organized and curated, with assistance from Architect Dana Gordon, the Exhibition 'Realizations and Projections' – the work of Dutch Architects Prof. Wim van den Bergh and Jo Janssen at the Association of Israeli Architects. The exhibition was followed by a dialogue between the architects and a Master class studio at The Technion - Israel Institute of Technology School of Architecture.




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