The Car Design Workshop, organized by the Universidad de Buenos Aires and supervised by designer Christian Palladino, run from March 21 to April 29, and included two-level courses, each consisting in 8 classes of three hours each.
The basic level focused on the basics of car perspective drawing and car rendering using traditional media (markers and pencils). Participating students included Diego Pauluque, Héctor Sierra Torres, Mercedes Mulet and Ulises Lassagno.
The second level was reserved to students who attended the first level course in the past year edition of the Workshop.
In this intermediate course the goal was to design a vehicle inspired by the concepts of nature, brainpower, and fluidic and organic forms.
This concept-oriented brief left ample freedom of choice with regards to the vehicle type and technology.
A third level is planned for future editions of the workshop.
In this Advanced course students will create the interior design for the vehicle created during the previous workshop.
The Car Design Workshop is held three times per year: the second one will be in May-June and the last one in September-October.
Each course has a total of 24 hours of lessons, with prices ranging from $200 to $230.
Interested students can read additional information on www.fadu.uba.ar.