Multiplier Concept: a parking system on wheels
The Multiplier project is a study of a futuristic modular vehicle that can be combined with other identical models to build a two-level parking structure, increasing the available parking area. It was created by design student Julien Bilodeau.
The Multiplier is a project by Art Center College student Julien Bilodeau, who has created a temporary and expandable parking structure system, made of a network of identical trailer vehicles, which has the goal of increasing the available parking area.
Formally inspired to a "causality form language", the concept has a low-slung look, a forward leaning stance and visual expression of effort, similar to that of a strongman pulling a truck.
The vehicle makes extensive use of aluminium and and carbon fiber components as well as reyclable materials. The Multiplier Project is part of “Astronauto” , a wider design study of the author, which addresses present day problems.
About the Designer
Julien Bilodeau is transportation design student at the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California.
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(Image Courtesy: Julien Bilodeau)