Deconstructivism Interior Concept – Inclusively Designed
Mixed-media hand sketch and Photoshop
Deconstructivism Inner-city Interior Concept –
With the current growth of large cities, and the number of people living and travelling within them, the focus should be on a future inner-city vehicle, aimed at 2020. This is for people commuting, or otherwise travelling within the city; ideally, but not solely, for short distances.
The inclusively designed interior can be used by many different people; it looks smart and functions intelligently. This new interior is simple and easy to use; ergonomics are perfected and the whole design suited to driver needs and demands. Adjustable within the basic design at the dealer, its inclusive approach crosses barriers of age, physique and gender, offering individuality with quality.
BA, Industrial Design - Man and Mobility, Design Academy Eindhoven, Netherlands, 2008; MBO, Product, interior and advertisement design, int Lucas Boxtel, Netherlands, 2004
Design intern, Volvo Car Co-operation Advanced Design studio, London, 2011; Freelance industrial designer, Niels van Roij Automotive & Product Design, Oosterhout, 2010; Design Academy Photoshoot assistance, Design Academy, Bergeijk, Eindhoven, 2009-10; Design intern, Sabic Innovative Plastics, Bergen op Zoom, 2008
TVR Artemis, TVR Importer Nimag, The Netherlands, Vianen Utrecht, 2012; TVR Artemis, Biennale Demain c'est aujourd'hui, Saint Etienne, 2010; TVR Artemis, Graduation Galleries Design Academy Eindhoven, Eindhoven, 2009
Shortlisted, Sponsored project, Rolls-Royce Sponsored Project RCA, 2011; Shortlisted, Award, The Worshipful Company of Coachmakers Centenary Bursary Award, 2011; Award, Fellowship, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Fellowship, 2011