Ruth Palmon, Arch.

Field of Interests:

Sociology of Professions and Occupations, Technology and Work Organization, Architecture and Construction.

Research Title:

"Digital Boundary Objects in Architecture and Construction - The mutual restructuring of occupational boundaries and CAD/CAM technology"

Supervised by:

Prof. Asaf Darr

Research Description:

Research Description: Architectural drawing as a boundary object between architecture and construction is key practice. This research projects explores how replacing this object with a digital one (machine instruction file) would affect this occupational boundary.

Background:

Ruth Palmon holds a a B.Arch from the Bezalel Academy for the Arts, and a M.Sc. in Architecture Studies from MIT. She is a faculty member at the Department for Interior Design at Holon Institute of Technology, and a practicing architect. Her research interests derive from her teaching, where she focuses on the relationship between technology, aesthetics, and labor. She also teaches a fourth-year design studio named "the cyberpunk studio" where possible futures of the built environment and the profession are explored.

Related links:

https://www.cyberpunk.design/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ruth-palmon-1b33466/

Email:

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