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Daniel Kafka

MA work

Project Everlast examines how we interact with objects and how we can dictate changes that address the need for greater sustainability in society guided by design. I am using my final project as an opportunity to produce a statement that will be representative of my creative ideologies as well as testimony to my time here at the RCA. I am very consciously stepping outside of existing boundaries in order to stretch philosophical ideas about the future of transportation and showcase my creative thinking.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Design

    Programme

    MA Vehicle Design, 2007

  • Project Everlast examines how we interact with objects and how we can dictate changes that address the need for greater sustainability in society guided by design. I am using my final project as an opportunity to produce a statement that will be representative of my creative ideologies as well as testimony to my time here at the RCA. I am very consciously stepping outside of existing boundaries in order to stretch philosophical ideas about the future of transportation and showcase my creative thinking.

  • Experience

  • Design Intern, Daihatsu, Osaka Japan, 2006; Design Intern, Bentley, Crewe England, 2005; Design Intern, Ford, Dunton England, 2004
  • Awards

  • Shortlist, Emerging Talent, Jaguar and Coachmaker Award; Finalist, Interior Design, Interior Motives 2006; Commission Winner, BMW Genuine Parts