The cities are getting overpopulated, which mean the problem of parking is getting worst. City[zen] vehicle concept is trying to help solving that problem plus the combination of comfortable driving in different styles. City[zen] can adapt to various drive conditions because it has en engine-body transformation system. The car?s transformation system is based on mechanical parts without any robotic systems. City[zen] can change its body position according to speed and the situation on the road.
There are three basic modes: highway mode, city mode and parking mode. Highway mode has a long wheel base, good aerodynamics and a lower focal point. City mode has a short wheel base, a high point of view, and higher sitting for the driver. Parking mode allows the vehicle to occupy very small parking spaces thanks to the more vertical configuration of the car?s body. The position of the driver?s seat is dynamic. It changes in sequence with the car?s body position.
Designer : Denis Voenkov, Ivan Kuryachiy, Alen Kharinkin from BEZ-A
Helix is a new proposal of electric Roadster that breaks old stigmas of inefficiency and wasted mobility. This vehicle explores a new way to generate energy to power an electric vehicle by using energy re-generatively under braking. Helix is a concept roadster that pursues the efficient driving by realizing more active aerodynamics to manipulate the wind when this vehicle is on the move and regenerate its power through the Helix turbine.
Pied-de-Poule modular wall shelf system has been designed as part of design competition for French company called FLY. The modular design of this concept makes it possible to install the shelf even in a narrow place while the arrangement on the wall could create houndstooth motive.
The original graphic represents a new vision of the modular wall shelf arrangement in both aesthetic and practical way. The cost of manufacturing is low because the materials used are ecological laminated composite wood.