Focusing on real-world problems like climate change and congestion, TAD students present their innovative and promising concepts for future mobility
The twelfth edition of the TAD Master’s program presents its three thesis projects. Thirteen students completed the projects in groups almost entirely online, maintaining a high level of quality. On display was everything from aquatic cars to holiday vehicles, all united by innovative and experimental thinking. Most striking was the onus placed useability by all the students, which suggested that ideas about human-centred design are flowing through the TAD programme. For example, the portfolios were notable for their lack of cartoonishly streamlined concept cars instead focusing on understanding and overcoming real world problems.
Other topics touched upon included climate change, and the vastly important role of transport in tackling the world’s biggest challenge. This fed into other issues such as air quality in cities and congestion.
Fausto Brevi, Professor, Master TAD Director - Politecnico di Milano
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