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This course provides students with the skills required for creative thinking, idea development, messaging, and 3-D communication, as well as helping to develop their design vocabulary and the analytical tools for formative and 3-D analysis. Every class introduces a different subject that represents a 3-D element, allowing students to cope with various issues relating to object structure, form, and communication. 

Structural tension – Demonstrating the principle using cardboard and red thread

Material research – Research exercise using cardboard 

Folding – Exercise with cardboard and red thread

Joining – An encounter between two cardboard cubes

Concluding exercise – Containers: Five cardboard containers that hold any content students select (solid/ liquid/gas). Each must have its own purpose (giving, receiving, displaying, folding, storing).

Amir Yahav

Concluding exercise - containers

5 containers made of cardboard, each container has its own purpose - receiving, removing, displaying, folding, storing.

amiry_i.des

ziv barlev

Concluding exercise - containers

5 containers made of cardboard, each container has its own purpose - receiving, removing, displaying, folding, storing.

ziv_idesign

Noam Golany

Concluding exercise - containers

5 containers made of cardboard, each container has its own purpose - receiving, removing, displaying, folding, storing.

noam_idesign

Shilat Yifrach

Concluding exercise - containers

5 containers made of cardboard, each container has its own purpose - receiving, removing, displaying, folding, storing.

Shilat_Yifrach_Mazuz

Omer Oster

Concluding exercise - containers

5 containers made of cardboard, each container has its own purpose - receiving, removing, displaying, folding, storing.

Roni Fadida

'Folding' Exercise

Cardboard and red sewing thread

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shaul gan sinkler

'Folding' Exercise

Cardboard and red sewing thread

Noam Golany

Structural tension

Cardboard and red sewing thread

noam_idesign

Ariel Yakobi

Structural tension

Cardboard and red sewing thread

ziv barlev

Structural tension

Cardboard and red sewing thread

ziv_idesign

Amir Yahav

Material research in cardboard

Shilat Yifrach

An encounter between two cardboard cubes

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