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Final stage for the students of Car Design Master’s Course, engaged with the challenging project in collaboration with Audi. Imagining new “Avant” solutions – Audi best known concept idea – is the task Walter De Silva, Design Director Audi Brand Group, assigned to the twenty Master’s students during last October briefing session. These same students went through the whole car design process and are now involved with the last stage of work, clay modeling.
Audi has selected eleven designs so far: new ideas to push the concept Avant into the future, outlining its possible evolutions in the next 10 years. The final “Avant” proposals – ranging from a compact sports cars to an elegant family sedan version or else a Avant cabriolet – will be presented onTuesday, June 27th at 2.00 p.m. to Walter De Silva, Gary Telaak and Ingo Von Bargen from Audi who have supported the project in close collaboration with the teaching staff of the school including Marco Bonetto, coordinator of the Transportation Design Department, Mario Favilla, Alessandro Maccolini, Roberto Giolito among the others.
Students are expected to come up with new, innovative concepts to express the DNA of the brand of the four rings: lifestyle, elegance and sportivity.
And on sports cars in particular will be focused the 2006-2007 edition of the Master, for the third consecutive year in collaboration with Audi. It will start in October 2006 and it has a limited number of admissions. Audi offersfour scholarships to the candidates who will show the most interesting portfolio.
For any further information or to apply for the scholarship, contact Academic office: email@example.com – ph +39 02 21597590