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McLaren-Honda Formula 1 With Closed Cockpit


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Designer: Andries van Overbeeke

Category: Automotive

Year: 2021-2030

Overview: The car features wider rear tyres with an increased diameter and the car’s width is increased. Continue reading →

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Designer: Ksymena Borczynska & Selsela Khorasani

Category: Seating | Product DesignSketches

Year: Present-2020

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Overview: The design is based on a multi-purpose structural system, which has been developed for optimal use of wooden layed-up stripes.

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Fortissimo Yacht


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Designer: Fincantieri Yachts & Ken Freivokh Design

Category: Yacht

Year: 2021-2030

Overview: Fortissimo is a super yacht designed with total flexibility in mind. Essential parts of the superstructure rely on a tremendously rigid spaceframe system which allows large Continue reading →

Ski Jump Tower Penthouse


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Designer: Airbnb with Melissa Hegge & Nina Holst

Categories: ArchitectureInterior

Year: Present-2020

Overview: Holmenkollen is one of Norway’s most visited tourist attractions and one of the world’s most famous sporting venues. It has an impressive ski jump tower which doesn’t astonish with size alone. A very unusual feature is the alpine retreat which was built at the uppermost level. Continue reading →

Oculus Yacht


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Designer: E. Kevin Schöpfer

Category:  Yacht

Year:  2031-2040

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Overview: Designed to accommodate 14 guests in extraordinary comfort and style, Oculus is a long distance cruising yacht capable of speeds upwards of 21 knots.
The exterior styling is representative of the jaw and eye socket bone structure of large oceanic fish and mammals. Featuring a dramatic reverse bow configuration, the yacht’s armature balances an elegant expression of symmetry and structure.

In addition to the bow, Oculus also features a “low rider profile”. This slightly lowered surface allows for new side recreational areas, alternate dockage access and light cruising openness. Lateral retractable side panels close this area when heavier wave action is indicated.

The interior features of Oculus focus on a 12 foot high ceiling in the main salon, a cylindrical double height dining room, central stair and elevator tube, and seemingly anatomical ceiling and floor lighting extensions giving definition to the seating areas.

The second level is the dedicated Owner’s suite. Living areas and bedchambers are divided by a series of four freestanding tubes, which house bath and storage necessities.

In addition to the main common stair, the second Owner’s stair connects to the third level aft private salon and deck / water feature.

The third level also contains the forward pilothouse and separate captain’s quarters. The generous open decks with separate water features are located forward and aft for convenient guest use. Specifications and plans are in the final stages of completion and will be posted at a later time.