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The Structure and Material course is the first encounter in which students begin to develop the general skills and understanding that enable transforming a 2-D sketch into a precise 3-D model and realize ideas visually and physically. Students learn how to plan and create a model using various modeling materials, techniques, volume building, material research, color and finishing methods.The summarizing exercise—“Hybridization”—required students to select a product and source of design inspiration to create their own formative/design/functional or texture hybrid, or any other combination of elements that impacts appearance, considering product use, and executing precise modeling to scale.

shaul gan sinkler

Hybridization of a Jig- saw hand tool and ancient stone vessels

ziv barlev

Hybridization of Guitar and bamboo

Ariel Yakobi

Hybridization of a heater and a bonfire

Dekel Izacson

Hybridization of a guitar and a Volkswagen van

Noam Golany

Hybridization of a watch with an old vintage car

Roni Fadida

Hybridization of a lemon juicer with a dial telephone

Shilat Yifrach

6x magnification of a Zippo lighter

gal peled

6x magnification of a car key

Adi Stern

Hybridization of a wristwatch and a turtle

Keren Singer

Hybridization of a meter and a snail

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