Heavy traffic and pollution is an ever growing problem in larger cities across the globe. The use of small electrical vehicles for logistics and commuting could be a part the solution.
The design of the Cargo Pal was inspired by a Danish delivery bike called a “Long John”. The idea was to create a cargo/delivery scooter for urban environments, including narrow alleyways and sharp corners.
The design consists of iconic circular shapes to give it both classic and friendly appearance.
Cargo Pal is designed for both cargo as well as a personal transport vehicle to cater for small families in the city
The two spherical “pods” with hub-engines inside provides propulsion. The axles that hold the wheels are able to turn 360 degrees independently, giving Cargo Pal incredible manoeuvrability.
The vehicle is fitted with hydraulic dampers, so you are able to adjust the ride height and go over curbs and speed bumps.
The batteries are located at the bottom of the cargo-area to give Cargo Pal optimal balance. To further increase the balance, the scooter has a electronic gyroscope, similar to the technology used in current day Segways.
The main inspiration for The Paper Dining Table was found in traditional paper folding. We call it sheet metal origami, and the main concept is to fold thin sheet metal plates into strong and distinctive shapes. With the contrast between the light sheet metal legs combined with the dark oak table top, we have tried to create a “story” that is both traditional and modern at the same time.
Dimensions: W: 100 x D: 200 x H: 74
Materials: Table top is made of solid oak and the legs are made of powder coated sheet metal.