Rotem graduated with honours from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2005 with a B.Sc in Architecture. Subsequently, she graduated from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology with a BArch/ Diploma in Architecture. In 2010, she received her M.A in Architecture and Urban Culture at the Metropolis School, UPC Barcelona.
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In her work as an architect in Tel-Aviv and Stockholm, she has gained valuable insight about the importance of good design in everyday activities, and how to intelligently interpret emerging trends into the design process.
Since September 2019, she is a PhD candidate at the Bartlett School of Planning, UCL. During 2020, she worked as a PGTA on two modules: Plan Making BPLN0005 with Dr Michael Short and Sustainable Futures by Design BPLN0034 with Dr Pablo Sendra Fernandez.
In September 2022, she presented her research at the UK-Ireland Planning conference, University of Manchester.
Research Focus and Interests - neighbourhoods, exclusion, lifestyle, community, neoliberalism