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Ram Eisenberg​


Born in 1962 in kibbutz Netiv Halamed-He in HaEla valley, Israel.

Studied Environmental Design in Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem, graduated in 1989.

In 1997 formed G.E.O. Architects partnership with Arch. Judy Green.


In 2002 opened his Environmental Design office in Tel Aviv, planning projects in Arad, Beersheba, Herzliya, Green Axes in southern Tel Aviv and Jaffa, and renewal of Bizzaron precinct, incuding HaHaskala Boulevard, which won the Rokach Prize for Architecture in 2010.

Along with his work, Ram continues to study and to teach. He was part of the group that initiated the “Elul” pluralistic Bet Midrash, and in 1999 joined the Heschel Center’s Environmental Fellows Program. Following this, he initiated and managed inter-university summer courses in Sustainable Planning in Yerucham, Sakhnin and Lod. Over the years  Ram has taught various courses in Landscape Architecture at the Technion, as well as in the international "Global Studio", under the UN millennium task force for eliminating poverty.


Since 2009 his office operates from Haifa.


Between 2012-2016 Studied for a masters degree in the Landscape Architecture program, faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. Graduated Jan 2016 summa cum laude.

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