Car Design Forum Tokyo 2019 predicts the future (and it looks good)

Tokyo Forum 2019 session 1

Car Design Forum, held in Tokyo the day before the Tokyo motor show, is a biannual gathering of global and Japanese designers to present on and discuss the issues they are tackling in the studio.

The Car Design Forum, held in Tokyo the day before the Tokyo motor show, is a biannual gathering of global and Japanese designers to present on and discuss the issues they are tackling in the studio. This year, the day was doubly auspicious because it was the day of the coronation of the Japanese Emperor, Naruhito (and thus a public holiday). Following a short introduction by Shiro Nakamura and our own Abel Sampson, the first sessions began, with presenters facing a packed room of international designers.

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