Nissan’s “Imagination Factory” design forum

Conferences 8 Nov 2006
Nissan’s “Imagination Factory” design forum

Nissan has published a report of the “Imagination Factory” Design Forum, which took place last September in Singapore. It is the first of a series of events aimed at creating new design possibilities for Asian Design.

The 1st edition of "Imagination Factory" Design Forum was held from August the 31st to September the 3rd at the MICA building in Singapore.

Nissan's "Imagination Factory" - Singapore, 31 August - 3 September 2006This event will be the first of a series of design forums which will be held by Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. throughout Asia.

The forums will be held in collaboration with local design councils and are aimed at creating new design possibilities through panel discussions with Nissan designers and local designers.

Each forum will be accompanied by an exhibition of Nissan’s design’s philosophy, strategy and design processes that will be open to the public to give them a deeper understanding of automotive design trends.

In some countries, Nissan will also offer one-day workshop for students who want to pursue a car of industrial career in design where they will be able to have their concept work critiqued by Nissan designers.

Both the program and the final report of the event are available on Nissan Design website.

(Source: Nissan)


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