Opel Siderium Concept
At Interior Motives Design Awards 2008, Opel Siderium Concept as the winner. in the Best Conceptual Interior category. The Opel Siderium Concept proposes a flexible multi-functional interior focused on modern luxury. It was developed based in projections of what tends to be symbol of luxury in the future.
The design created by Vinicius Barbosa Crepaldi and Tiago Aiello Tomé De Souza from Brazilian UNESP – the Universidad Estadual Paulista, Brazil. The name comes from the Latin word Desiderium, which means Desire.
The exterior is full of textures and accessories and is marked by soft curves, provocative lights, textures and fancy accessories.
Opel Siderium Concept has its eyes fixed on luxury interiors that may be available in the future, and it does a commendable job in that department. The seats offer a wide range of possibilities: they are formed by two different parts, the structure and the external layer. The seats also be arranged in different configurations, for example allowing passengers to seat in front of each other.
The interior console ends up in an up curve that goes out of the vehicle and follows the top glass until the front wind-shield, creating a single part., thus exploring the idea of blending interior and exterior surfaces.
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