Kevin Vu Design Portfolio
Credited Members: Niran Tilakaratne Michael Hostler
Inspired by the historic culture of Torontoâ€™s iconic district. The Distillery District was a modern brewery in the early 20th century. The architecture remains with one of the few oldest victorian design.
spiration it i
Pico is a sound system made with a simple two halved iinjection molding process. The objective of this was to render and model the design using knowledge of solidworks into the design.
Starting from the bottom, there would be ribs and lips held to connect the top half to the bottom half. The middle is a subwoofer speaker that is domed shape and rest easily on top of the bottom half.
Towards the users of age 2.5-5, Skooty is a balance bike that allow childrenâ€™s dexterity to grow, that way it removes the need of riding a bike in training wheels. The Skooty balance bike features a removeable seat arm that allows children to ride the design as a scooter. The design is not put into waste and can be usuable for a life time.
In participating of the GM Car Design Competition, the Buick Vision was a process of understanding the branding identity of the company and designing a futuristic vehicle as well keeping the design language.
Buick Vision 2016
Scaled Package 1:5
While under the inspiration of hawks and stingray, this design was an approach to keep an emotional language while the same time understanding contour line defining forms.
Set, Sail, Speed.
In collaboration with interior designers the design was a competition to design an exhibition under the budget Humber College has provided. The design was awarded 1st place in tied with two groups. Credited Members: Jaclyn Van Barneveld Miseng Phan Naomi Kane
WE ARE HUMBER DESIGN
Classroom Module Cafe Gallery Module Interior Design booth Building Module
humber info booth present module
It is more affordable to lift the modules o ff of t he trailers t han to raise the exhibit s pace to the trailer level.
aluminum framework is bolted together during the lifting process
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org