LUKAS MEDEISIS TRANSPORTATION DESIGN PORTFOLIO
CV 7 December 1987 +370 64791738 email@example.com
Passionate about exiting and challenging field of vehicle design; thrilled about making exciting ways to move; have strong undestanding of strategic design; skillful in illustration art; applying art and design on every day basis; motivated by people who are giving 100% no matter what they do; keen on searching for solutions; experienced in adapting; treating other people same way I wish to be treated; started to earn own money in age of 14; so far I worked by selling flowers, as a shoe store assistant, at construction site, built advertisement installations and assisted in Jacuzzi sales office.
MA in Transportation design
Lithuanian - mother tongue
Umea Institute of Design, Sweden 2013 - ongoing
English - fluent (writing/speaking)
BA in Industrial design
Finnish - very good (speaking)
Aalto University, Finland 2008 - 2012
SKILLS 2D - SketchBookPro, Photoshop, Illustration, InDesign 3D - Alias Automotive, Rhinoceros Clay modeling, prototyping, digital and free hand sketching
Russian - basics (speaking)
DESIGN AND CREATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE
Spacial design development, Aalto university of technology facility, Helsinki 6 -7.2011 Product development (sponsored by Panasonic), HMI development in car 2010-2011 Service design concept for Finnish jewelry brand Kavevala 2010
Mercedes CLA photoshoot, Sindelfingen 2012
video game car, August 2014
AUDI GLOBAL CANVASES
future elements, May 2014
future transportation in mega city, January 2013
facelift exercise of current generation Q3, February 2014
PEUGEOT ADVANCE MOVING SPACES
Future adaptive interiors, January 2015
MERCEDES CLS INTERIOR
interior for autonomous Mercedes CLS 2025, April 2014
Video game POISTO (FInnish word for elimination, removal) takes well familiar thrilling experiences of racing and drifting to even more exiting and strategic level. The game is based on elimination principal. Vehicle which runs out of electric power is eliminated from the race.
to enhance excitement, vehicle is undress to only most important parts, which provides power, downforce and are aerodynamically fit
fins for stability on high speeds exposed layered structure
battery indicating inner wheel plate
EXPLORATIONS OF LIGHTWEIGHT BODY
cupholder principle provides a lock in system to replace wheels
lights indicating battery life
front canopy entrance
friction charging unit located on sill
ITS A RACE DAY
Today we meet at the endurance race. Drivers will be provided with a fully charged battery and as the race advances more power can be gain while drifting on dedicated bridges. Watch out for EMP gates, you drive through an activated one and your battery will be shut down! Good luck!
ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSE GATES When gates atcivates, driving through it shuts down the batteries eliminating driver from the race. 75%
size comparison to VW Golf GTI
details communicates high performance and lighteness
Collaboration with Audi. Project explored possibilies how vehicle Tesla Dwell project is a concept orientated to people disconcan grow around a owner strengthening connection human to machine nected rom why on businness trip. Concepts as well as andhome brand loyalty.
+suggests an idea of rather personal service which enables person to feel at home even far away from it.
What if you buy your car as blank canvas, which changes and evolves according to places you go?
Precision based brand In the future difference between brands will play even more significant role. In this competition Audi has strong and successful assets such as precision, progressiveness and sophistication.
Bold and machine alike design is successful now, but research shows people care of cars less and less. Will Audi sustain its strength? As people care less of product how can we make car ownership more of adventure or experience?
XPLORE XPERIENCE VOLVE
canvas alike body panel to communicate visited places
Bold, simple and modern architecture inspired this vehicle exterior.
1:1 scale projection
chosen design direction
Final proposal could shares features monolitic, bold and modern design
single frame interpretation
panel gap provides area to house door handles, rear view morrow and side indicators
stay individual captured element
turned to graphics
translated onto grid
capture elements from places you wish to recall
Tesla Collar is a concept orientated to people disconnected rom home why on businness trip. Concepts suggests an idea of rather personal service which enables person to feel at home even far away from it.
People lives in urban areas
People travels for work daily
Land is dedicated for recreation.
hotel concept borrows architecture from a pinecone
Considering high density within future cities land usage should become more responsible.
CLASSIC & MODERN
Time spent away from home
OSCAR, 26 ENTERPRENEUR LIKES JOGGING, COMPUTERS IN AN OPEN RELATIONSHIP MOTTO: TIME IS MONEY
ELIMINATES PARKING PROBLEM EXECUTIVE DOOR TO DOOR SERVICE
FROM POINT A > B WITHOUT TIRING TRANSFERS
entering the apartment
vehicle raises to dedicated floor by this track CARGO USER
AUTONOMOUS MODE ENABLES TO WORK WHILE ON ROAD
Concept Collar proposes a Tesla hotel where vehicles drive on the building to be parked inside the apartment. In this way providing exclusive access to hotel as well as saving land space.
mock-ups using wireframe and folded paper
structural frame is overlapped by soft material layer
1:1 wall projection was used to better evaluate size and proportions.
WATCH INSPIRED RIMS DETAILING
VEST ALIKE TOP SHELL
One seater vehicle with a great storage space. While target user is constantly travelling, cargo space ensures Oscar is capable to carry his most important belongings with him, wherever he goes.
CARGO RAISES FOR MORE CONVENIENT LOAD/ UNLOAD 1150 mm
WIDE ENTRANCE FOR EASY ACCESS
CONNECTING TO TRACK
ENJOY VIEW UPON ARRIVAL
Q3 FACELIFT 3 weeks project
This project was an exercise of what automotive designers
First generation AudiDeveloping Q3 facelift. new This DRG project was orientedcurrent to often do at work. and updating refresh existing car model by changing only certain parts of the brand models. vehicle. Directions for change were defined by studying brand and benchmarking competitor products.
IDENTIFYING CHANGES Lacks emotion - looks bored vertical grill blades visually increases front mask height, more dynamic looks can be achieved by horizontal detailing
Tailights could relate more to headlights
Horizontal detailing visually stretches headlights
Front and rear of the vehicle features horizontal surface and detail treatment to enhance wide and sleek looks.
ADVANCE MOVING SPACES
This project suggested to explore what interior in the future will offer, where advance technologies, materials and changing human behavior will play an important role
OPPORTUNITY Autonomous vehicles are inevitable. How can we make transition between driven and undriven vehicles safer, more exciting and more intuitive?
SHARING CONTROLS PERSONAL SPACE
Were between 23-30 years old.
Trust self-driving car
Reason not to drive mentions opportunity to relax.
Prefers car over any other mean of transportation
Long distance travelling and tireness are the main reasons to give controls to the car. Most common apps people use are related to texting, video chatting and exporing places though maps
Driving pleasure is key element of owning a vehicle. Car must be functional. Spare moments people use for reading, surfing internet or resting. Research was carried to identify real needs of car owners.
Intervied people became very emotional once asked about best memory related to their car. 4 out of 6 mentioned perfect driving road.
Autonomous cars in the future will be able to deliver extreme comfort which will be enabled by the freedom of interior architecture.
Siluet of dropping Kimono inspired seat construction.
Large armrest area enables ergonomic seating.
Folded + solid seat aesthetic
During manual driving armrest rotates inside to support hips and keep driver safely inside the seat.
Cooling unit for armpits and waist area
Exploration of origami aesthetic.
Interior conveys calm, dreamy environment where passenger could fully relax or concentrate to work.
Floors are faceted and inclined towards the centre to embrace driving oriented environment
Explorations of comfortable, leaning back sitting solution which enables passenger to rest as well as provides safety.
Shaped central track enables any of the seats to move forwards and to take driving position.
Frontal cargo area enables passengers to access their bags easily at any time of the trip.
In autonomous mode dashboard is flushed with steering wheel.
Driving oriented vehicle layout.
This project explores new possibilities which autonomous driving will bring in the future. Project challenges existing vehicle architecture to provide uncompromised luxury experience.
Project purpose was to translate lightness and fusion to communicate elegance and convey a feeling of freedom.
STRUCTURE + SOFT Interior idea is based of comfort, elegance and structure which is translated by soft material wrapped around seat construction. This united seating unit expands and shrinks to enable dynamic use of the interior.
Interior makes you feel as you have not left the bed yet.
Expecting that untill year 2025, Mercedes will release two generations of CLS it is reasonable to say that upcoming generation will be partly autonomous. In this scenario, the one to fallow will be fully autonomous, enabling owners to enjoy luxury on yet another level.
unit managing material movement and providing control of the vehicle
Interior space for front passengers
Interior space for rear passengers
Interior space for front passengers
Interior space for rear passengers
Sketches, short projects and other mix materia done for fun!
Closed surfaces communicates efficiency, where graphics define shapes
Detailing purpose was to emphasise concept driven by transformations.
rear view camera
rigid state is emphasized with solid front elements
THANK YOU, ACIU, KIITOS! Lukas Medeisis firstname.lastname@example.org +37064791738
Published on Jan 12, 2015
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