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About the course

This course and it’s designs challenge accepted definitions of the bicycle frame,enables students to convey the concepts they and faculty have formulated and the methods of condensing comprehensive research into design. The course presents the theoretical and practical frameworks to apply acquired knowledge, specifically this year's theme: bicycles. The bicycle frame provides an opportunity to review various situations and find ways to provide feasible solutions. All planning begins with the design of the initial frame, meaning a skeleton or base. The modest bicycle still offers a challenge in selecting the optimal technology and materials and is a complex task.

Emanuela Oren, Hadar Sasson, Pliah Mandell, Hai Smama, and Or Wenerowicz


Bicycles that encourage stretching before and after riding.

orweng95 , Emanuela_oren , Hadar.sass , hai_smama , pliahmandell

Ezra Feldman, Itai Gruber, Adi Levinger, Dima Boguselevich, Tehila Wagner and Shina Orman


Bicycles that encourage stretching before and after riding.

Dima_b20 , shayna-orman , eyf_design , levingeradi , tehilawagner , itaygrophotos

Hadar Laub, Rotem Spiegel, David Atias, Sarel Atia, Anat Hajaj and Reni Ben Shalom


Bicycles that create a shared riding experience for a rider and their dog.

rshpigel , david.j.attias , sarelat89

Hillel Nachliel, Dean de Groot, Ron Gurbagi, Omri Shatir and Adi Seidel

Third Wheel

Wood House - Stylish city bikes combined with a green KEPS system to create artificial momentum designed to reduce the effort required from the rider.

adizaidel2 , sir_omri

Linoy Ovadia, Nati Danzig, Yael Ben Hamo, Elia Klapholtz and Daniel Gordanski


A balance bike for children that also becomes a scooter with a 180° rotation of the chassis. Designed for ages 3-5.

Human design , yaelbenhamu , Elia klapholz , danikgoro

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