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ENSCHEDE, THE NETHERLANDS

BA Industrial Design

QUERĂŠtaro, mexico

Minored in Anthropology, Design Language, Prototyping

2009

2010

2011

etten-leur, the netherlands

Graduation project Design of a new dashboard for the Saker RapX including building a full-size prototype.

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london, united kingdom

MA Vehicle Design

2013

2014

london, united kingdom

In-house placement Design of a new bespoke exterior styling package for the Range Rover Sport.

2015


FIAT VIVO OCTOBER 2013


A SUBSCRIPTION BASED SYSTEM OF AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES More than 90% of all cars ARE parked VIVO is a system that allows other users to use these cars through a

car-sharing service


With VIVO you’re not just buying a car, you’re subscribing to a very complete mobility service.

You and VIVO start of the day together. As soon as you get to your work, VIVO goes off and has her own day of work. She can be used by other VIVO members to transport people or goods.


AUTONOMOUS & SHARED O F F E R I N G a space w i th d i fferent he i g hts and an g les , C R E A T I N G a solut i on for m any s i tuat i ons


STORAGE & LAYOUT


DASHBOARD DESIGN


INTERFACE AND GESTURE CONTROL


stroom APRIL 2013


USING AN AIRFLOW TO CREATE SHAPES


DETERMINING FEATURE LINES AND APPLYING PACKAGE


auto Union Type d MAY 2013


RESONATE MARCH 2013


Sabic, a leading plastics manufacturer, offered us the opportunity to experiment with plastic and light. I was mostly interested in the opportunity of transparency and transparent technologies. Nowadays we have transparent solarpanels, transparent tv screens, surfaces that can switch between transparent and translucent and transparent lighting. I wanted to play around with this transparency and relate it to something personal. I feel that there is one particular personal thing that we all have in our cars, our playlist. For the approach of this project I chose a soundtrack, and used it as an input for several areas.


First of all I used software named Alchemy to come up with inspiration for the shape of my car. The software uses microphone and sketch tablet input to generate shapes. By drawing with my tablet I decide where the shapes appear, the software decides what the shapes will look like. So for example, when the music becomes louder, the shapes might grow in size. In this way it generates crazy compositions every 15 seconds.

Creating Shapes with

Music


TWEAKING THE OUTPUT TO CREATE CAR-SHAPES


KEY SKETCH


Below you can see how I used my soundtrack to find colours related

my soundtrack. I divided this into three audible areas of low / middle /

to this particular song. The first example shows how I entered the

high tones. The area with the lowest frequency sound is linked to low

artist into Google image search, and used Photoshop to calculate the

frequency light (red), and the high frequency sound is linked to high

average colour of these search results. In this way you can find a colour

frequency light (blue). If you combine the data of these three areas you

for any artist. The most right image shows the frequency spectrum of

end up with a RGB value related to the song.


The third and final area is the driving characteristics of my vehicle. I found a few articles on the beats per minute (BPM) of a song, and how it influences our driving behaviour. Apparently people tend to drive faster and make more traffic violations when they are listening to a song with a high amount of BPM. I want to use this phenomenon to my benefit. My car will listen to the music played by the driver, it determines the BPM and adjust the driving characteristics to the situation.


LOW BPM - BLUES


MORE RESPONSIVE STEERING STIFFER SUSPENSION

To round up, the music influenced my design, it will influence the colour of the car on the go, and last but not least, it will influence the driving characteristics of this vehicle. Driving this single-seater car will be a very intense personal experience, driven by you and your favorite music.


HIGH BPM - ROCK


CitroĂŤn LockLift November 2012


Annual cost of failed home deliveries: £851m Citroën LockLift ensures a successful delivery by delivering the packages to public ‘locker-areas‘ instead of people’s homes 2

city hubs

30

900

borough hubs

locker areas

CITROËN LOCKLIFT


Basically, all packages arrive in one of the two city hubs. Here they get scanned and distributed among 30 borough hubs, which are spread out over London. In these borough hubs the packages get scanned again, and sorted for each ‘locker area’. The packages are stored in lockers and the lockers are loaded onto my van. The image on the left shows a borough hub. Where the yellow lines are the conveyor belts for the packages, and the blue ones for the lockers.


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