Overview: This might just be the first car EVER designed from the ground up to be completely BULLETPROOF! Not just bulletproof though- according to designer Mike Enayah it could also brush off a few IEDs like they were flies. We’re talking tank tech here. You’d need it too with all those haters that be jelly! Aesthetically, its like a Maybach and a 1967 Shelby had a baby… er.. if they could have a baby. I want it just so I can blast David Guetta’s Titanium song and not even be kidding!
Designer: Mike Enayah
Overview: Love this nHome caravan dedicated to young active people who epitomize modern lifestyle. Sized to be perfectly small yet spacious, the interiors are surprisingly roomy. I suppose the fact that it is lit by a large window placed on the roof and three windows on each side of the dining room, helps the cause. The caravan features a dining room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. It is also equipped with a voluminous boot.
Designers: Lukasz Paszkowski and Michal Kozlowski
Overview: Inflator Bicycle is a cycle design where the frame of the bike acts as an inflator for cycle tire. This “always with you” bicycle pump is designed by putting inside the frame a connecting bar and a piston. You can pump in air to the tire by simply moving the bicycle seat up and down. The pipe and the gas nozzle hooks onto the cycle frame and it inflates both, the back wheel and the front wheel.
Designer: Ling Xuan Kong
Overview: The Air-Purifier Bike addresses the problem of air pollution in the city by filtering air and generating oxygen. The design integrates an air filter that screens dust and pollutants from the environment. It also includes a photosynthesis system that uses an embedded water tank that produces oxygen. Other specs include electric motor and a battery.
- While it is being ridden, air passes through the filter at the front of the bike, where it is cleaned before being released toward cyclist.
- The bike frame houses the photosynthesis system.
- When the bike is parked, the air purifying functions can continue under battery power.
Designers: Silawat Virakul, Torsakul Kosaikul & Suvaroj Poosrivongvanid