“The creation of a mixed team with the designers of the Baic Design Centre in China allowed us to work with a different cultural approach. While in Europe language is typically geometric, including written characters, with both defined and closed forms a heritage of a modernist imprint, in the East forms tend to be more open and elusive, in art, architecture and form of graphic characters. One obvious example is the Taoist symbol of Taijitu, in which Yin and Yang originate a form without borders”.
In the interiors too, it is the sense of balance that characterises spaces. Traditional, precious materials, such as native natural wood and leather, are combined with innovative trim, such as technical silver effect fabric and wide digital touchscreens of the latest generation in a balanced mix that does justice to the will to combine the sense of premium quality with sculptural forms and high-tech solutions.
Full article in Auto&Design no. 225