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Student Showcase Archive

Cameron Smith

MA work

MA work

  • BOXPARK Container Model

    BOXPARK Container Model, 2015
    Hand built paper model
    220 x 40 x 40mm

  • Ideation Sketching

    Ideation Sketching, 2015
    Felt Tip Pen Sketches

  • Build Process Sketch

    Build Process Sketch, 2015
    Sketchbook App on Ipad

  • Paper Frame

    Paper Frame, 2015
    Hand built paper model
    400 x 150 x 100mm

  • Module and Body Sketches

    Module and Body Sketches, 2016
    Sketchbook App on Ipad Pro

  • Exploded Drawing

    Exploded Drawing, 2016
    Rhino 3D and Adobe Illustrator


BOXPARK poses the question to automotive companies: what could happen when they outsource the design process and creation of the automobile to end users? With the versatility and open concept of electric vehicle platforms, there is an opportunity to explore an open source manufacturing concept. Automotive manufacturers would create the basic vehicle platform modules, while the rest of the vehicle architecture can be determined by engaging local communities to create the remainder of the vehicle. Through creative autonomy, local production of vehicles would enable design solutions to be tailored and manufactured to reflect regional needs and cultures. The local economy and population further benefits from this process, as people are allowed to engage in learning important trade skills while simultaneously becoming more independent from the increasing instability of globalisation.



  • MA Degree


    School of Design


    MA Vehicle Design, 2016

  • Degrees

  • BA Industrial Design, Humber College, Toronto, Canada, 2011
  • Experience

  • Exterior Designer, The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, London, 2014
  • Exhibitions

  • Transport for London Working Wall, London Transport Museum, London, 2014-2016