Saturday, 30 June 2012

Monash University - Automotive Clay Studio

Monash University industrial design students from the automotive clay studio elective Transport 3  presented speed form concept models to GM Holden Design on Friday 29th June. Michael Simcoe - Executive Director General Motors International Operations (GMIO) Design congratulated the students on their work and presentations.


'arachnid' speed form clay model by Monash University industrial design student Kai-Yu Chung.


Lecturer Mike Chester and Michael SimcoeExecutive Director General Motors International Operations (GMIO) Design discuss Kai-Yu Chung's 'arachnid'  speed form clay model. 


GM Holden - Head of Exterior Design Guy Burgoyne discusses the concept and development sketches  for the 'arachnid' speed form with Kai-Yu Chung.


Monash University 'aileron' speed form automotive concept by Andrew Van der Merwe.


Monash University student Andrew Van der Merwe presents his speed form clay model concept to Sharon Gauci - Chief Designer Color and Trim GM Holden.


Speedform 'Mantis' automotive concept by Fred Dallmeyer


Lecturer Mike Chester, Fred Dallmeyer and Michael SimcoeExecutive Director General Motors International Operations (GMIO) Design pictured in the Monash University industrial design automotive clay studio.


Speedform model by Grace Kim.


Sharon Gauci - Chief Designer Color and Trim GM Holden discusses concepts with Grace Kim.


Speedform automotive concept by Queena Le



Student Queena Le presents to designer Michael Simcoe


Speedform silver starship automotive concept by Dominic Dowling.



Speedform automotive concept by Andrew Godin.


GM Holden designers Mike Simcoe, Guy Burgoyne, and Sharon Gauci during presentations of speedform automotive concept models in the Monash University industrial design automotive clay modelling studio.


Mike Chester and Michael SimcoeExecutive Director General Motors International Operations (GMIO) Design congratulate students on speedform presentations in the Monash University industrial design automotive clay modelling studio.



MONASH UNIVERSITY OPEN DAY 2012
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
CAULFIELD CAMPUS BUILDING G
Sunday 5 August, 10am - 4pm


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