Born in Smila, Ukraine (1909-1977), she immigrated to Israel in 1911. She traveled to study architecture in Rome and Brussels. After graduating, returned to Israel, worked in official institutions (the Jewish Agency, Tel Aviv Municipality), and also established an architecture firm where she worked with various partners, among them Shlomo Ginsburg her first husband. Her best known project is the design of Dizengoff Square |2383, |.
The buildings in the site designed by Genia Averbuch