Chris Bangle’s lecture: “Designing Difference in a World of Sameness”

Automotive Design 12 Dec 2013
Chris Bangle’s lecture: “Designing Difference in a World of Sameness”

In this one hour talk held at Stanford University in November 2012, Chris Bangle discusses how to design innovative cars in time where where all automobiles look the same.


This talk by Chris Bangle was hosted by the Revs Program at Stanford University for the Open Garage Talk series on 26 November 2012, but we never shared here on Car Body Design before.

In the lecture, the former BMW Chief of Design illustrates today’s issues and challenges in the automotive design industry and presents as an example the Gina Concept.

Unfortunately the slides are not shown for confidentiality reasons, however they are not strictly necessary to enjoy the lecture.

On the same topic, you can check another interesting talk by Chris Bangle titled Great Cars are Art, filmed back in 2002 and published by TED in May 2007.

Designing Difference in a World of Sameness - Talk by Chris Bangle

(Source: Stanford University)

 

 

 

 

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