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About the course

This is an introductory course on morphology and its significance. The second semester addresses structural logic and object functionality, characterization, development processes, and formative alternatives. This array of subjects is designed to expand the design skills of students, with this semester focusing in developing a 3-D language, translating content to 3-D images, clarifying critical discourse vs. functional needs, and enhancing 3-D expression using various exercises and formative research. In the last assignment, students selected a cultural rite that represents a philosophy/viewpoint/faith, and they were asked to formulate a contemporary rite that carries a new message. This was then translated into a series of objects that would serve in the ceremonies they created.

Sapir dahan

Tea ceremony

Yoram's group

lotam huri

Couples' ceremony

Yoram's group


ariel golan

Puja ceremony

Yoram's group


yael heimer

Holi ceremony

Yoram's group


hadar bneish

Memorial ceremony

Yoram's group

erel arie

Tribal ceremony

Yoram's group



elinor atrakji

Bowling game ceremony

Yoram's group

daniel barami

Courting ceremony

Yoram's group


itai efrat

Outdoor eating ceremony

Yoram's group


noga goldman

Women's empowerment ceremony

Yoram's group


Orel Yaakov

Atonement ceremony

Galit's group


Liora Lev Tzion

Full yogic breathing ceremony

Galit's group



Hila Cohen Adad

Evil eye removal ceremony

Galit's group

daniel feldhaimer

Clear dream

Galit's group



bar netanel

Sentō – Japanese shower

Galit's group


ariel paley

Deconstructed hummus

Galit's group


avihai shitrit

Tea ceremony for supplication prayers

Galit's group


noya shochtman

Hafrashat Challah

Galit's group


Cheyenne Stein

Sand painting ceremony

Galit's group


cherut korzoil

Silencing howling jackals

Galit's group

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