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The Design Elements course is a practical foundation for the cornerstones of the formal, three-dimensional language. Its purpose is to impart to students the skills of creative thinking, idea development, message delivery and 3D communication, as well as developing design language and acquiring critical tools for analyzing shape and three-dimensional structure. Each lesson deals with a new topic, translated into an exercise, which represents a three-dimensional aspect, through which students deal with various issues regarding the foundations of the structure, shape, and communication characteristics of the object. Structural stretch - Illustrating the concept of structural stretch made of graphic cardboard and red sewing thread; Material research - Material research exercise in graphic cardboard; Folding - 'Folding' exercise - graphic cardboard and red sewing thread; An encounter between two cubes made of graphic cardboard; Summarizing exercise - containers - 5 containers made of graphic cardboard, which will contain material for the student to choose - solid/liquid/gas. Each container has its own purpose - receiving, removing, presenting, folding, storing.

Amir Yahav

Concluding exercise - containers

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

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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.

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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

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Ariel Yakobi

Structural tension

Cardboard and red sewing thread

ziv barlev

Structural tension

Cardboard and red sewing thread

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Amir Yahav

Material research in cardboard

Shilat Yifrach

An encounter between two cardboard cubes

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