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Ronit Z. Eisenbach
Assistant Professor of Architecture, teaches architectural design, visual communications, and architectural history and theory. Her interests lie in the relationship between description of place and design, the shared territory of art and architecture, and "reading" the built environment. Eisenbach’s design for the School of Architecture Digital Studio appeared in Architecture and places emphasis on the building itself as a teaching tool. Her map installations depict intangible realities. Eisenbach received her B.F.A. and B.Arch from Rhode Island School of Design and her M.Arch from Cranbrook Academy of Art. She joined the University in 1993.