Audi Invites Students From Four European Design Universities to Envision the Future

Last weel Audi invited four European design universities to “Audi Design UNIverse” in Ingolstadt, where students and professors from four European Design Universities including Bratislava, London, Milan and Offenbach presented models to the Audi Design team.

Wolfgang Egger, head of Design at Audi commented: “We use these student projects to foster tomorrow’s designers”.

As a result 42 students designed 46 models concerning mobility, materials and emotions. Among them were potential solutions to traffic issues during Expo Milano 2015.

Audi has been collaborating with design universities from around the world for decades and many designers have taken this path to a job at Audi.


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