Industrial Design Final project

    Bat El Hirsh

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    Earthenwind

    Between the nature of the material and the spirit of the place Ancient pottery is a kind of a “fingerprint” that man left wherever he lived. Its wide dissemination and resistance to the ravages of time allow us to use pottery as a valuable source of information. Ancient traditions in our region utilized the properties of clay for cooling and ventilation. These material properties remain relevant today, despite the passage of time and technological advancements. The project explores these traditions and focuses on the encounter between clay, water, and air. Earthenwind are stackable earthenware that create natural cooling system using air and water, while relying on the ancient technologies of the kizan and the water jug. The units are manufactured in a 3D printing technology, bringing the ancient ware to the cutting-edge of ceramic technology and to a new formal world rich with possibilities. Advisor: Tal Gur

    3D Architecture Innovation Localism Sustainable Bezalel Award Technology
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