16-02-2011, 09:41 AM #1
Juliane Blasi designs the BMW Vision ConnectedDrive Concept
Juliane Blasi, 34 years old, is one of the most talented designers within the BMW Group. She joined BMW in 2003 after studying transportation design at Germany’s Pforzheim University. She also participated in a six-month exchange program at the the DesignworksUSA in 2005.
Ms. Blasi teamed up with another talented designer, Nadya Arnaout, now Tesla’s lead interior designer, and together won the design competition for the new E89 Z4 in 2009. The Z4 was Ms. Blasi’s first full-size clay model she had done she was hired at the Munich design studio. She also lead the design team for the life cycle impulse for the 2011 BMW 3 Series Coupe and Convertible.
Now, Ms. Blasi moves on to her latest design creation: the BMW Vision ConnectedDrive Concept, which will be revealed at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. Similar to the previous Vision Concept, EfficientDynamics, the latest design study from BMW showcases futuristic design lines that make use of the layering approach initiated with the first Vision Concept. The two-seater roadster features typical lines: long bonnet, short overhangs and strong, bold front-end.
Source: BMW Blog
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