Rafi Segal is an architect and Associate Professor of Architecture and Urbanism at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he directs the SMArchS Urbanism program.
His work involves design and research at the scale of the building, the neighborhood, the settlement, and the region, and results in the design of urban systems as well as individual buildings, where both are imbedded with civic value, contribute purposely to their larger urban context, and express their essential place within it.
Segal directs Future Urban Collectives, a new design-research lab at MIT that explores emerging notions of collectivity - asking how architecture and urbanism can support
and scale cohabitation, coproduction, and coexistence.
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