Rick Meghiddo is an architect and a filmmaker. As an architect, he focuses on innovative work that is sustainable, aesthetic, and budget-conscious, looking at each project as an opportunity to rethink solutions to conventional problems. As a filmmaker, he brings his "architect eye" to help non-professionals and professionals better understand the meaning, value, and complexities of architecture and art.
Born, Argentina, he studied architecture at the University of Buenos Aires, at the Technion in Israel, and earned his M. Arch from UCLA and his Dottore in Architettura
from the University of Rome. Following over three decades of practice as an architect in Los Angeles, Tel Aviv, and Rome, he produced and directed over one hundred documentaries, mostly on architecture and art.
Rick is also a registered journalist with USPA and a published poet. He is fluent in English, Spanish, Italian, Hebrew, and oral French. Selected works in architecture, photography, art, and poetry can be seen in http://meghiddoarchitects.com/
His documentaries can be seen in http://archidocu.com/
and in http://architectureawareness.com/