The Turbine Lamp uses the advantages made possible by LED-technology.
As most lamps are bulbs that are covered with some kind of shade, the Turbine is turned inside-out.
The light source is placed in periphery of the lamp and pointed inwards. The name Turbine emphasizes the concept of the lamp, as the light is sucked in towards the centre, for then to be spread out into the room.
Lighting Design, Industrial Design, Product Design
ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE CONCEPT
THE EMOTO is revisiting the cafe racer theme, The bike is stripped down, leaving only the most necessary parts, after all bikes are about pure driving and having fun. Underlining the purist nature of the concept the structural frame is designed as a simple exoskeleton that wraps around the electric propulsion system,
which is enclosed in the main body.
Automotive Design, Industrial Design, Product Design
The Gamma Concept is focused on modern materials and the new possibilities given by these, and the car features an extensive use of modern materials such as Polycarbonate and composites. Not only is the emphasis on designing a lighter and more fuel-efficient car, but also to draw an example of how new materials can be applied and make basis for the development of a new visual language.
The visual language features large transparent areas to show the underlying structure and engine parts; to remind how the car works and present a more honest (transparent) design, than contemporary car design.
All body panels are made from polycarbonate, to keep manufacturing costs at a minimum the panels are shaped using thermoforming, and then glued onto the Carbon-Kevlar reinforced Aluminium chassis.
Inspired by both the American Muscle cars
and the Americans favourite vehicle; The Pick-up
Truck, the PHOENIX is a 2-seater car, that is both
agile and tough. A mid-ship engine placed right
behind the cabin and four-wheel-drive provides
balance, grip and a low centre of gravity. The strong stance is complemented by the relaxed character
of the car's main use.
Project selected to be displayed at NAIAS
2009-Detroit, for the Michelin Challenge Design
Stainless steel cutlery
EV-concept for the megacity
Inwheel-motors allows the wheel to turn 90degress, for the car to move sideways, easing parking in the crowded city.
The car features an innovative and flexible interior designed to carry either 2 people with luggage or 4 without.
This project was made in collaboration with Marcus Hannibal Madsen and part of the Michelin Challenge Design 2008
Automotive Design, Industrial Design
Automotive Design, Drawing, Industrial Design
Concept motorbike; A 21st century reinterpretation of the cafe racer.
Furniture Design, Industrial Design, Product Design