In Movement is taking some holidays, back here in September to continue discussing on the web but IRL as well: we are organizing the IRL In Movement meetings. We wish all of you to have a pleasant summer, enjoy inspirational readings and meetings that you'll share with us in a few weeks. The In Movement team,
This is the second episode in our series on creativity and the automotive sector. After interviewing Thierry Metroz, I talked to Peugeot stylist Athanassios Tubidis, who notably created the BB1, about his work. I asked him a simple and wide-open question: how can we be creative within a confined space? The focus here is on cars but I could have asked the same question to an Ikea kitchen designer.
When I was a kid, I used to believe that future would be a place where ladies would be wearing tight plastic dresses, where guys would have microchips under their skin and we all would have flying cars. With built-in swimming pools.
Just what is a designer? A dreamer, an eccentric, someone who’s “different” from you and me? What makes an industrial draughtsman different from someone who can design an object of desire?
Hello everyone, This is a rather special moment for us, because this is the first post on PSA Peugeot Citroën's first web exchange platform.