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build their prototype entirely out of wood, creating an emotional electric design and a beautiful piece of art. Made to last through generations of


drivers, the ‘Setsuna’ refl ects


the bond owners build with their vehicles and as the wood ages, the car is passed from one generation to another. The design aims to show how the concept car can get its own character by aging.” Those who are more interested in air transport will be more familiar with the RAF’s de Havilland Mosquito, known in the 1940s as the ‘Wooden Wonder’. The British aircraft, designed by Sir Geoff rey de Havilland, caused controversy at the time for moving away from the traditional metal structure. He did so partly as metal was in short supply at the time, but also


TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT THE DETAIL BEHIND SETSUNA


Attention to detail was everything in this project. From the most intricate methods of construction to the tactile levels of passenger interaction to the fi nal lacquered fi nish, it was a work of art.


DOMOTEX MAGAZINE 2021


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