Arch Eran Mordohovich, invited lecturer at TUM
The lecture is conducted in the framework of the Seminar Staging Heritage for Future. Conservation-Restoration Theories of the 19th and 20th century. The case of the Cathedral of Milan
Arch. Eran Mordohovich is a Associate Teaching Fellow at Technion in Haifa, Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning and the president of ICOMOS Israel.
Since 2018, he is the Chairman of the board of directors of ICOMOS Israel and represents ICOMOS Israel in the Israeli World Heritage advisory committee.
He possesses a 26-year experience in professional practice as an architect on various architectural works, urban design and conservation projects in Israel and Belgium.
Since 2011, he is involved into the planning of projects especially for the protection of archaeological remains at the conservation department of the Israeli Antiquities Authority.
Since 2017, he is the Northern Region Architect at the Israeli Antiquities Authority working on the management of various archaeological sites and serving as an advisor to the conservation programs developed for the site of Acre and Bet She'an.
He was visiting lecturer in Italy (Politecnico Di Milano) and Belgium (St. Lukas Architecture School, Brussels).
Further, Eran is a fellow at Kedem - The National fellowship leadership program for heritage and cultural conservation leadership in Israel, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel 2021 – 2023.