If Architecture is a Language, then a Building is a Story
In his work, Architect Eliezer Armon fuses the spiritual and the material, creating spectacular buildings founded on principles of both function and significance. In the past, Armon worked as an architect in varying offices, and also served as chief city engineer for the Emanuel Regional Council and for the city of Beer Sheva. In addition, Armon served as chair of the Publicity Committee of the Israel Organization of Consulting Engineers and Architects IOCEA. He is also the owner of Armon Architects Offices. Armon has planned public buildings of importance in Israel such as train stations, cultural and sports centers, educational, cultural and recreational buildings, gas stations, community centers, synagogues and office towers, many of which he presents in his book, If Architecture is a Language, then a Building is a Story. The book is a pictorial sequence of especially impressive projects juxtaposed with detailed programs and illustrations, photographed by the artistic photographer Uriel Messa.