Nathalie Eldan is a DPLG registered architect member of Ordre des Architectes. Born in Jerusalem, Nathalie studied at KADK | The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts - School of Architecture in Copenhagen and at École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris la Villette.
Nathalie Eldan was awarded the prestigious Monbukagakusho to pursue in Japan her research on the shift of identity of the japanese residential space from post II World War. In parallel she worked as a professor assistant and lecturer at the architectural and environmental design department at Osaka Sangyo University.
Prior to founding NEA in Paris in 2014, she practiced architecture in offices in Tokyo, Jerusalem & Paris including Kengo Kuma & Associates (Tokyo), Kolker Kolker Epstein (Jerusalem), Atelier Christian de Portzamparc (Paris), Valero Gadan Architectes (Paris) & Manuelle Gautrand Architecture (Paris).
In her previous collaborations Nathalie was involved in the design, development and building of national and international large scale projects ranging from high-rises and mixed use masterplans to residential & public housing, museums, galleries, universities and hotels - interior designs, art installations and scenographies.