Art Center College of Design Degree Show 2012

by Eric Gallina, 27 November 2012.

The Art Center College of Design is considered one of the top-tier transportation design schools in the world. Each year, students who have fulfilled a vast array of criteria are invited to attend the University and gain instruction from a group of designers working in the industry.

At an exhibition held earlier this year the 2012 graduating class showed off a number of very different concepts created during their time at the renowned academic institution.

11 Jan 2013
Art Center 2012: BMW X Life Concept

Art Center 2012: BMW X Life Concept

The BMW X Life Concept by Yasuhiro Sato is a project that explores shapes inspired by the different stages of life fusing design, architecture and sculpture.
27 Dec 2012
Art Center 2012: Levitating Concept Vehicles

Art Center 2012: Levitating Concept Vehicles

Two design studies of futuristic levitating vehicles by Yana Briggs: a taxi for New York City and a Mazda-sponsored project, both on display at the Art Center College of Design Degree Show 2012.
21 Dec 2012
Art Center 2012: Honda Kit Trac Project

Art Center 2012: Honda Kit Trac Project

Tazo Osawa envisions foreclosed city properties turning into urban farms by the year 2016. To fam the land, the Kit-Trac project is a small tractor for the modern day pioneer.
14 Dec 2012
Art Center 2012: Mazda – Soul of Motion Project

Art Center 2012: Mazda – Soul of Motion Project

The objective of this project developed by Ethan Anh Pham was to find a vehicle that created a link between Generation Y and Mazda.
28 Nov 2012
Art Center 2012: Volvo Singularity Concept

Art Center 2012: Volvo Singularity Concept

The Volvo Singularity Concept is a study of a futuristic fully autonomous nuclear powered family limousine for the year 2035. The author is Ryan Black-Macken.
27 Nov 2012
Art Center 2012: HSB Hybrid Sports Bicycle

Art Center 2012: HSB Hybrid Sports Bicycle

The HSB tri-hybrid bicycle concept is a full-scale working prototype designed to bridge the gap between small displacement motorcycles and large bicycles.

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