How should we live in the city of the future? This question has been the starting point for Ofri’s work as an architect, urban planner and researcher for the past 18 years. With a PhD in socially sustainable living environments, Ofri aims to navigate the dialogue between both built and social aspects of our urban environments. Ofri examines existing urban patterns in our everyday life to develop physical frameworks that reflect the societal challenges we face now and will face in the future.
Ofri is Head of Living at Henning Larsen, with her area of expertise focusing on the social sustainability agenda in all aspects of project development. In addition, Ofri formulates new concepts and strategies for social sustainability in built urban developments. In each project, Ofri works to create more sustainable local communities with higher security, quality of life, stronger social relations, and a heightened advocacy for sustainable behavior.
Ofri works with science-based architecture and urban development patterns which are supported by lengthy analytical processes. Evidence is collected and studied before it implemented as part of planning concept and design.