R1 Concept Car for 2030 by Nicholas Evans

R1 concept car for 2030 uses hydrogen fuel cell technology to produce zero emission vehicle, yep, an engine that burns pure hydrogen produces zero pollution. As you can see here, this future car features F1 box shaped body design, it’s definitely not conventional design that you’ve seen before. Instead of wheels, R1 users spheres for unparalleled control and turning, parking shouldn’t be an issue.

Inside, R1 concept car offers spacious area for passengers where it can be customized according to the owner’s taste. This is highly possible due to the smaller and more compact hydrogen tank used in this vehicle. R1 has been designed with 1+1 layout which means the hydrogen tank is located behind the rear-seat passenger and within the shallow floor. It is ideal for traveling in small group in urban environment.

Designer : Nicholas Evans

R1 Concept Car for 2030 by Nicholas Evans

R1 Concept Car for 2030 by Nicholas Evans

R1 Concept Car for 2030 by Nicholas Evans

R1 Concept Car for 2030 by Nicholas Evans

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Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab

With a combination of Volvic volcanic lava stone and carbon fiber, Onyx Sofa becomes a unique, beautiful 3-meter long seat. Designed by Peogeut Design Lab, this sofa was presented for the first time at Milan Design Week 2014, it is the first line of “made to measure” furniture range, in collaboration with Pierre Gimbergues.

Volvic stone has spent thousands of years filtering water for its aquifer before getting sharp straight cut then hand carved to be integrated with hi-tech carbon fiber. The shapes of the carbon fiber are very structured and precisely adjusted to the volcanic stone. This sofa becomes the symbol of robustness of this French car brand.

Designer : Peugeot Design Lab

Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab

Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab

Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab

Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab

Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab

Onyx Sofa by Peugeot Design Lab




Avenger Vertical Tourbillon Watch by Marko Petrovic

The Avenger Vertical Tourbillon Watch is a design study of a vertical tourbillon concept watch and has been made to pay the tribute to Italian bull. The design language follow the existing Lamborghini Aventador, taking inspiration from the rear part-open space engine area, transferring it all in to an unusual timepiece.

The main idea was to transfer that sophisticated but still highly aesthetic engineering into something other than vehicle but still close to it. Vertical tourbillon mechanism seems perfect in this case, following the design in presenting not only something that looks like a cover of a Lamborghini engine, but also represents a glimpse of Lamborghini engine technology. Avenger Vertical Tourbillon Watch displays the complexity of this vertical mechanism. The main feature of this watch is the imitation of an engine roll bar (same as in aventador) that in this case, it is located at the central loop glass, to display the hours. At the same time the case of this watch has been designed to represent something that is obviously Lamborghini, with strong edges and combination of black and orange (aranchia) colors.

Designer : Marko Petrovic

Avenger Vertical Tourbillon Watch Concept by Marko Petrovic

Avenger Vertical Tourbillon Watch Concept by Marko Petrovic

Avenger Vertical Tourbillon Watch Concept by Marko Petrovic

Avenger Vertical Tourbillon Watch Concept by Marko Petrovic

Avenger Vertical Tourbillon Watch Concept by Marko Petrovic

Avenger Vertical Tourbillon Watch Concept by Marko Petrovic

Tuvie has received “Avenger Vertical Tourbillon Watch Concept” from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.






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