Roy Itzhaki, born in 1976, holds a Master’s degree on behalf of the architecture school ‘La Villette’ in Paris. 

During his years in France he has been exposed to the best of European architecture both in the academia and known offices. While working in France he took part in planning the expansion of  the National Theatre


in Lyon, the establishment of a new Paris Conservatory and planning of residential buildings.

On his return to Israel, he worked as a senior architect in Lerman Architects, where he led teams of architects, designed and supervised various projects including office buildings, commercial and public buildings as well as academic institutions such as the Technion, the Weizmann Institute and High-Tech Industrial Parks and private construction.
In 2009, he open an independent architecture firm.