The final model or prototype in a graduate exhibition is the result of hours of creative design work and these sketches by MADA Monash University industrial design graduate Frederik Dallmeyer share some of the skills and techniques he has developed in his undergraduate studies. The Paraton-e project is the development of award winning work by Frederik as part of the GM PACE program. Presented in July the project was awarded most innovative concept for future transport design.
Industrial design concept sketches by Frederik Dallmeyer from Monash University industrial design.
Exterior automotive concept sketches by Frederik Dallmeyer from Monash University.
Industrial design sketching and concept folio skills by Frederik Dallmeyer
Automotive exterior design sketching and concept folio skills by Frederik Dallmeyer
GM PACE Forum - Most innovative concept design 2012 Shanghai China.
L-R: Monash University transport design lecturer Mark Richardson, Wulin Gaowa GM China Design, and Frederik Dallmeyer.
Ian Wong Monash University Program Director - Master of Industrial Design and Frederik Dallmeyer with the Paraton-e presentation and scale model.