Tuesday, 8 October 2013

Designed in China - PathFinder Submarine

The ocean has the charm to attract everyone. People want to experience it up close. During holiday periods Chinese people are increasingly able to explore diverse adventure leisure and sightseeing activities. In this project a sightseeing submarine is designed which is based on design research into the culture and the market of China. It is called PATH FINDER. This innovation design provides passengers with a new way to experience the peace of the ocean. The design is inspired by biomimicry of the sea animal call a squid. Designed in China

PathFinder submarine designed in China by Master of Indusrtrial Design student Cheng Huang - Calix.

The Master of Industrial Design is a two year Double Masters program offered at the  Southeast University-Monash University Joint Graduate School (Suzhou). The project is part of MDC5100 offered by Monash University Art Design and Architecture - MADA.

Students interested in the Master of Industrial Design (Double Masters) delivered in Suzhou should contact ian.wong@monash.edu

Full course details on SEU website here. http://yzb.seu.edu.cn/s/352/t/1754/09/b2/info68018.htm


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