Sponsored by Lear Corporation, through a collaboration with
a BFA Transportation design student, the goal of this project
was to design for 2030 autonomous interior and surface
material concept based around the idea of a subscription
model business plan, where shared autonomous vehicles
are available on-demand to consumers.
Upon entering MoMA, visitors grab maps and spend their time at the museum “darting from one masterpiece to the next, battling crowds, exhaustion and hunger.[...] But what if we slowed down?” -Stephanie Rosenbloom- What if we spent more time with one masterpiece that draws us in, in a quiet environment to really see it? Beyond transportation, artonomous encourages users to use their commute time to connect with highly curated masterpieces in a peaceful environment with no rush. MoMa, as a cultural organization, “has had a long history of events aimed at helping busy New Yorkers slow down” -Maggie Lyko- and with the same mission, artonomous creates a mobile art platform that takes them on an eye and mind opening experience beyond the boundary of everyday life.
Materials used in artonomous' interior serve the function of making a new environment that creates a totally new experience for the viewer.
February 07, 2017
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