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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 5759-5767


Wire bending in 3D projects as educational way UOP. Design Students as a case study

Asst. Prof. Dr. Aida Hussein Ahmad Jokhrasha, Teach. Mrs. Sanaa El- Asad, Asst. Prof. Dr. Mayyadah Fahmi Hussein.

Abstract
Unique handmade projects as an artistic process has gained in popularity to become educational tools. As such, wire – crafting was introduced as successful methodology to teach three- dimensional forming design.
This study aims to increase the creative talent, and skills of UOP design students in order to produce projects of three-dimensional wire bending models with their unique individualistic visions. also, to provide a stateof-the-art learning process in design education. by using marketable student’s projects.
Our study used the experimental with the descriptive theoretical methodology, and twenty-eight students from the graphic design department with fifteen students from the interior design department were collaborated with instructors to produce creations handmade projects.
Fifteen examples were selected to define and evaluate. from all three experiments, (2014 first and second semesters in interior design and the two other experiments was in 2018 and 2019 first and second semesters in graphic design).
The physical and environmental challenges throughout the process of design using wire-bending, together with adequate material and techniques were highlighted and discussed, especially as relates to interior spaces.
Finally, this paper found that the Wire – bending handmade art crafts are very flexible, creativity tools, and successful way of using variable materials indoors and outdoors spaces and the collaborative learning activities to create such art proved enlightening to students and supervisors. Keywords: Wire Bending, 3d projects, educational design

Key words: Wire Bending, 3d projects, educational design



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