Tipper trucks haven’t change much in the last century so designer Haishan Deng took it upon himself to create the Super Tipper Truck. Current tipper trucks can only unload their cargo one way. This usually requires the driver to maneuver ever so carefully. With the Super Tipper, door access on all four sides allow it to dump its junk in any direction.
Designer: Haishan Deng
When you see a Lamborghini, you see style, elegance, power and performance. Top of the line in all it has to offer inside and out. Lamborghini has always been a car that is truly unique and one that out performs all others. With the birth of the new Lamborghini Reventon, the style, power and performance has been knocked up several notches.
With this breakfast design, one will never be too late at work or school again. When you have overslept, the first thing you do to hurry up is skipping your breakfast. To prevent that skipping, Philipp Drexler invented the Bikefast. Now you can jump on your bicycle and have your breakfast during the ride.
Designer: Philipp Drexler
Volitan is a new lightweight and futuristic concept boat for everyday peeps like you and I. Using solid sails, wind power and solar energy, the Volitan will also be the greenest on the seas. Her name comes from a word that means “flying fish” which she sorta looks like when her sails are down.
Designer: Designnobis Studio
Marc Kirsch’s diploma project was created in collaboration with Volkswagen design in Wolfsburg Germany. A three-seat prototype car powered by an electric engine. The project was created considering the visual and conceptional influence of internationally renowned architect Santiago Calatrava.
Designer: Marc Kirsch
The Kite Sailing Kitano Yacht designed by Stefani Krucke introduces kite sailing technology to the leisure sailing yacht class and benefits from the many advantages that technology has to offer. One of them being the constant and stronger wind speeds found at higher altitudes.
Designer: Stefanie Krücke
Going green doesn’t mean leaving your aesthetic aspirations in the lurch. Henrik Fisker, erstwhile designer of Aston Martins and current purveyor of high-end bespoke automobiles, has seen a gap in the market for a hyper-efficient yet super sleek sports sedan.
Designer: Henrik Fisker
Car showrooms were once the wonders of the modern world, grand temples to the mystery of mechanical progress. Citroën, always one of the most forward-looking of firms, were amongst the first to embrace modern architecture’s potential for making spaces to showcase their wares.
Designer: Manuelle Gautrand
I really like this wheelchair design by Wai Lam. Made from form molded materials, the silhouette looks like a person sitting down. Wai Lam lights to make light of what many people view as detrimental by infusing a bit of humor into his designs. He also wanted to create something more organic and pleasing to the eye, not the usual chaos of metal clinging to the body. I’d say he did a good job.
Designer: Wai Lam
Mountain bikers are a needy bunch huh? Trekking thru road passes most of us wouldn’t dare attempt, these outdoorsmen really need to pack light. They can’t be bothered with things like – a tire pressure gauge. So John Wrighton went and developed the Digital Valve Cap – a cap with a digital readout of the current tire pressure. It’s powered by a small cell battery and activated when you press the cap.
Designer: John Wrightson
For those of us that don’t have automatic climate controls in our cars, the Psychro-ray is just the ticket. The solar powered device comes equipped with a bevy of sensors to detect when hot is just too hot for you; said driver. The unit automatically cools the interior cabin and purifies the air with its carbon filtration system and electrostatic dust collector. So where can you get one? Ya can’t. It’s just a concept for now but a tasty one at that.
Designer: Chun-Yen Tsao
This peculiar looking single occupancy vehicle is called the Eco & Ego. With a quirky name like that, you can expect a lot more wackiness inside.
Designer: Slava Saakyan