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Summer at Woodstock – Automotive and Transportation Design

Discover Automobile Design

For five hours each day, this workshop will explore contemporary approaches to car design. It will teach the fundamentals of design and style and how they link to the function of a vehicle. This course will begin by exploring car design history and branding, and will look at the future of the industry and will then go on to develop practical design skills. During the workshop you will: create car design concepts from a brief, learn how to design from different perspectives; learn how to present your project ideas to others, learn about style and function in automobile design and discover brand DNA for car design. By the end of the course you will be able to recognise the different stages of design development for new cars and new vehicles.

 

Who should take this course?

Anyone with a passion for cutting edge automobile design, and who is curious about the design process from the concept to fruition.

Highlights

  • Style and function
  • From the idea to the model
  • Branding DNA
  • The future of mobility

1-13 June and 13-24 July 2020

Age Range: 14-18

30 hours of instruction

Faculty

Boris Fabris

Boris Fabris is an automotive designer based in Turin, Italy. He has worked with Italdesign, Fioravanti, Giugiaro, and Haima Automobile. He is an automotive designer consultant with international work experience in the United States, China, and Europe. Teacher and lecturer in Alabama, Ohio, China, Taiwan, India, England, Germany, France, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Romania, Finlance, Estonia, Lithuania, Holland, Portugal, Spain and Italy.

Week One – Individual

 

Sketch concepts free theme

Sketch exterior concepts with a brief

Moving the proposal selected in perspective views

Moving the perspective views in orthogonal views (starting from package scale 1:10)

Week Two – Collaboration

 

Sketch concepts for exterior and interior with briefing assigned

Moving the proposal selected in perspective views

Moving the perspective views in orthogonal views (starting from package scale 1:10)