There is going to be more imagery for this car to come the Arash AF8. Designed by my good friend Bujar Muharremi and Myself on a 3rd year Uni placement. It was a lot of hard work, we completed both design and CAD phase in 3 months on site with Arash and created a scale clay model while completing our final projects of our Automotive Master Degrees.
More from the same designer. From what I can tell, these are abrstract jewellery, rapid prototyped with different finishes. Great small pieces with much presence and emotion.
These pieces caught my eye at London Design Festival a few months back. They were a students work, of whom I cannot remember but have their details somewhere. I have a form language study which is in progress and these are fitting the brief quite nicely.
I remembered taking this one but had to dig through the archives to find it. And now I am spending some time dreaming……..and now going to plan on getting myself back there! I suggest to anyone to visit the Albanian and Montenegrin coast roads…
Some back roads turned into no roads in Croatia. A few thousand miles into the trip and I found an excellent set of Borbet A’s in a scrappy for a couple of Euros. A rusty roof rack off an old Opel, a chain and padlock later, we were mobile!
So I have been blessed with some great times, people and places. There are going to be many posts coming up that include this beauty, my 1982 Volkswagen Jetta….The Jet…..This machine has been the catalyst for some of the best memories and journeys of my life!
I am in the process of a full restoration including an extensive colour and materials exercise, a large part of my enjoyment as an Industrial Designer, Watch this space for some updates on the project as well as snippets of the Jet’s historic moments.
This is the Jet in Switzerland, part of a 7000mile road trip through Europe. Accompanied by myself and two of my mates Bujar and Ewan.
If you are interested, check out PROJECT VOLKSWAGEN, the projects current inspiration blog.
More from Aston Martin. The factory, where the designs come to life! A run through the assembly process of these beautiful machines. The storage of the bodies after painting was great, they had automated handling machines stacking and moving them to suit the assembly line. I could have spent weeks here…