Architect Eli Armon, born in Tel Aviv, is a member of the Borokhov chapter of the General Federation of Working and Studying Youths, an electronics engineer, graduate of the Ort Syngelovski School of Engineering, a Lieutenant Colonel (reserve), a graduate of the Faculty for Architecture and Urban Planning at the Haifa Technion and the bearer of a 5th Dan black belt in the Karate Dennis Survival method. Armon served as the Beer Sheba city engineer and since 1995 heads the firm of Armon Architecture and Urban Planning Ltd. Armon commands the range of architectural planning from furniture design, through interior design, building planning to urban planning.
Armon’s multidisciplinary personality crosses professional conceptions and perceives of architectural planning as the realization of ideas, existential insights and lifecycles consummated in one united and multifaceted creation. His work is that of an inquisitive scholar originating in the biblical sources, the Hebrew language, the Jewish tradition, the Kabbalah, the land of Israel and its scenery, cultures of the world and the universal conceptions of martial arts. His work is characterized by constantly striving to find the root and origin of the project. The way he sees it, there is a cognitive correspondence between military leadership and architecture, from whence the term “Architect of Victory” is derived.