Eliron lived, studied and worked in New York City and Milan for ten years.
She graduated with double honors from Parsons School of Design, where she received her Bachelors of Fine Arts, after studying at the Product Department, with a major in Furniture design.
While she was a second year student she was offered to work as designer and project manager for FM where she worked alongside leading interior designers for Sak's Fifth Ave., Burberry, and other high end interior residential design throughout NYC and surroundings.
Her core interest to improve wellness of people led her to design a chair for Airports that provides privacy in public eras as her Thesis.
Her chair won much attention and publications having being picked up by Paola Antonelli, Curator in the Department of Architecture and Design at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, for her international exhibition, 'Workspheres'.
After graduating, Eliron was offered a design position by Karim Rashid to work at his studio. After which she continued to pursue her Master's Degree in Design from Domus Academy in Milan.
Upon her return to New York City, she began to work in interior planning for exhibitions at the Children's Museum of Manhattan.
In conjunction, she was invited to teach second year students of the Product department at Parsons school of Design and at Pratt Institute, where she was a faculty member for several years.
Eliron returned to Israel to build her family and take part in the growing design community.
Her interests remain to be the improvement and wellness of people using interior design as a tool to reaching this goal.
Today she works as an interior designer and project manager for high end residential homes and commercial spaces.
Eliron is a loving mother to a young boy, and is also a yoga instructor.