Most campervans are usually bulky and not easy to navigate. This Compact Camper Van design tries to change the scale of the traditional camper van yet still provide the user all the essential facilities required for short stay coastal breaks. The asymmetrical body design was inspired by 1950’s Hot rods and luxury yachts. This campervan features hydrogen power train, drive-by-wire, and a clam shell extending canvas roof to create unique atmosphere in the vehicle.
Designer : John Bridge
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The CandleAmp concept has been designed to give a pleasurable light in a room glowing from two clean, replaceable and sustainable soy candles. It features a simple push lighting and extinguishing the flames allowing the users to eliminate the candle associated inconvenience and safety issues with the insulating cover and sturdy wooden base.
The inspiration of the project was to attract more and more people as candle users in a more functional and stylish manner. The outcome is a compact, lightweight and ultra-portable lamp that has the required coverings for safety, visual elegance for style and easy and functional method of working for convenience, in short, a great handy tool for household.
Defined by streamline contours and severe edges, this Urban Streamline Motorcycle Design spawns from the motion of razor-sharp forms slicing though air. The minimalistic body frame gives the motorcycle an elite and stylish feel. This is a concept design by Lauren Davison, a freshman at San Jose State University, California. Unfortunately we don’t have further information about this futuristic bike, hopefully the dashboard design also boasts futuristic interface.