Architect Eli Armon has served as chief city engineer for the Emanuel Regional Council and for the City of Beer Sheva. Since 1993, he has been at the helm of Armon Architects and Town Planners, Ltd., which incorporates the full range of architectural planning, starting with furniture design, to interior design, to structure planning, up to and encompassing urban planning.
His multidisciplinary personality transcends conventional professional perceptions, viewing architectural planning as the incarnation of ideas, existential insights and life cycles that materialize as one seamless, multifaceted creation.
His work is the craft of the inquisitive researcher, deriving from Jewish holy and literary sources, the Hebrew language, Jewish tradition, Kabbalah, the Land of Israel and its landscapes, world cultures, and the universality of the martial arts with all their meaning.
His works are fueled by endless propelling toward the root and origin of the creation. His perspective is interwoven with the cognitive correlation between military leadership and architecture. The saying “architect of victory” is not just by chance.
Armon Architects and Town Planners operates on a wide national spread, simultaneously planning and managing dozens of projects from Ma’alot-Tarshiha in the north to Eilat in the south.
Armon, born in Tel Aviv, pupil of Ken Borochov Working and Studying Youth Movement, Practical Electronics Engineer, graduate of ORT Yad Singalovski Vocational School, Lieutenant Colonel (reserves), graduate of the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning at the Technion Israel Institute of Technology, holding a 7th Dan Belt of the Dennis Survival jiu-jitsu method.