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    3-car passenger A & B-Train

    From the album: Willow Design

    This is an A-Train elevated track system with mixed A&B-Train freight and 7-car passenger B-Train. Freight trains are remote automated and have no operator. The pendulum overhead railway is a uniquely integrated system for both passengers and freight. It has two sizes or sets of passenger and freight cars: one optimized for urban/light service and the other for intercity/heavy duty traffic. The trains are part of an integrated transportation system, including stations and freight facilities. It is elevated so that there is grade separation from all roads to minimize accidents, collisions, and delays. It can be routed along or over roads and buildings and it provides a superb view for passengers. In this conceptual design cars are suspended by pylons that fit into a slot along the underside of a large tube carrying the train. Inside the tube there is a rail on either side of the slot. A four-wheel truck runs on the rails, holding up each pylon. The front car of passenger trains has a removable cab attached to it.
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    From the album: Williams, Craig

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    From the album: Vogt, Simon

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    From the album: Vogt, Simon

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    Johnsons and Johnsons Kids

    From the album: Van der Horst, Steve

    3D mock-ups to test new packaging designs. The Branding House. Pam Tan, Designer.
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    From the album: Valentinitsch Design

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    From the album: Valentinitsch Design

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    From the album: Valentinitsch Design

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    From the album: Valentinitsch Design

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    From the album: Valentinitsch Design

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    From the album: Valentinitsch Design

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    From the album: Valentinitsch Design

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    From the album: Valentinitsch Design

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    From the album: Valentinitsch Design

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    Outdoor high voltage multi-meter

    From the album: Valentinitsch Design

    Client: Lem Norma Designed, modelled and rendered by Dietmar Valentinitsch and Iris Rottmann.
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    From the album: Vahlsing, Richard

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    From the album: Trans World Marketing

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    From the album: Trans World Marketing

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    From the album: Tetsutaro Design

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    From the album: Tetsutaro Design

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    From the album: Tetsutaro Design

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    From the album: Shear, Dan

    The "Tri-Shell" lamp is a dynamic ambient table light. Its dramatic repetitive shapes are based on the natural form of a seashell. The lamp has wide applications as a design element, when not illuminated, and as an appealing lighted sculptural form. It can be oriented either vertically or horizontally and, due to its flexible pin joint joinery, the "Tri-Shell" can be manufactured with either a rectilinear or curvilinear character. This patented lamp uses a compact fluorescent bulb and it can be made from a wide variety of materials. Due to its notching system, the lamp can be disassembled with the two smaller sections fitting into the larger one. Appropriate for placement on a coffee table or credenza, the modernist lamp is suitable for both commercial and residential applications and its approximate volume is that of a 17" cube. A diffuser/bulb socket assembly completes the lamp design by shielding the light source for direct view. The tighter the diffuser is screwed into the lamp bulb socket base, the greater the diffusion of light. The intention is to design an entire lighting line based on the design principles of the lamp.
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    From the album: Shear, Dan

    The "Tri-Shell" lamp is a dynamic ambient table light. Its dramatic repetitive shapes are based on the natural form of a seashell. The lamp has wide applications as a design element, when not illuminated, and as an appealing lighted sculptural form. It can be oriented either vertically or horizontally and, due to its flexible pin joint joinery, the "Tri-Shell" can be manufactured with either a rectilinear or curvilinear character. This patented lamp uses a compact fluorescent bulb and it can be made from a wide variety of materials. Due to its notching system, the lamp can be disassembled with the two smaller sections fitting into the larger one. Appropriate for placement on a coffee table or credenza, the modernist lamp is suitable for both commercial and residential applications and its approximate volume is that of a 17" cube. A diffuser/bulb socket assembly completes the lamp design by shielding the light source for direct view. The tighter the diffuser is screwed into the lamp bulb socket base, the greater the diffusion of light. The intention is to design an entire lighting line based on the design principles of the lamp.
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