Luigi Colani Radical Designs Update
“QUANTUM SHOT” #738
These cars are not “ugly” (even if you think so), nor are they “beautiful”.
They are beyond any of these sentiments. They have crossed over into a realm of “This is how awesome they are, and I do not care how you feel about it”.
They also cry out “FUTURE!” in a way that cannot be ignored.
Our tribute to Design Superstar Luigi Colani continues: after publishing Extravagant Designs and Concept Trucks by Luigi Colani we received numerous tips about other Colani radical designs and masterpieces in many other areas, including the proverbial “kitchen sink” – see here.
We’re going to start with a beautifully futuristic (and luxurious) RV vehicle. This is a full-featured “luxury boat” with as much presence and statement of style as any million-dollar super yacht. See the RV site from more info and images:
This thing glows in the dark and has a retractable navigator cockpit, or “The Sky Lounge”. What can I say…
Automotive Design Madness
… including the outrageous Colani Corvette concept and Colani’s Sea Ranger. And trucks. Oh, yes, “those trucks”! -
Colani Ferrari Concept (I hesitate to call it beautiful, but it is certainly unforgettable):
From the side it looks normal, but wait till you see the front profile (2006 Colani Street-Ray, see more here):
The rear end of most of Colani’s car is usually as outrageous as the front:
More cars – radical “Pink Car” and the oh-so-cute BMW small car concept:
Borderline “ugly” car. Just think about owning this thing:
Other Colani-branded Crazed Transportation
Trains that look like snakes. Ekranoplans that look like swans:
Monorail Snail-like design:
Luxury Ocean Liner: this just has to end up in a major Hollywood futuristic production, in my humble opinion -
Architecture that was born insane… and interior Design that looks like a jigsaw puzzle made from blobs.
Skyscrapers are taken to the next level:
This lamp is a droopy blob masterpiece:
Objects of Desire
A Colani TV set. Even in the era of flat-screen plasma TVs, I still want THIS:
Luigi Colani-designed cameras, some of them date way back to 1983:
And what about the kitchen sink, you may ask? Well, here it is, as functional and curvacious as everything the Master ever designed: