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Koizumi 'Best Design Award (internet voting)' winner - 23rd Koizumi lighting design competition - In Colombia, due to the lack of public lighting, the busy beaches become abandoned and dangerous at night, as the electric network cannot be channeled to the beach. The constant prevailing wind on the coast is an ideal source for lighting. My design is a self maintaining public lighting system for the coasts of Cartagena based on the principle of vertical wind power plants, and it is made of bamboo.
Flow - public light for the Third World - The light sources can form continous lighting surface or slow, waving movements, depending on the speed of the rotation.

The windblades come to existence by cutting the bamboos into halves. Due to its spiral form, the lamp can hold the wind from every direction.

The crossing bamboo bars hold the lamp in the ground such as the roots of the trees. In this way we can avoid using concrete basement.

Koizumi 'Best Design Award (internet voting)' winner - 23rd Koizumi lighting design competition - School project at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. Design consultants: Balazs Puspok.

23rd Koizumi Lighting Design Competition for Students 'Honorable Mention' and 'Best Design Award' winner (internet voting)
Removable handle for IDEA Groups - School project at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. Design consultants: Pal Koos, Vladimir Monostori.
Removable handle for IDEA Groups - School project at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. Design consultants: Pal Koos, Vladimir Monostori.
Removable handle for IDEA Groups - School project at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. Design consultants: Pal Koos, Vladimir Monostori.
Removable handle for IDEA Groups - School project at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. Design consultants: Pal Koos, Vladimir Monostori.
Pavilion for IDEA Groups - School project at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. Design consultants: Pal Koos, Vladimir Monostori.
Pavilion for IDEA Groups - School project at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. Design consultants: Pal Koos, Vladimir Monostori.
Swing chair for IDEA Groups - School project at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. Design consultants: Pal Koos, Peter Veto.
Swing chair for IDEA Groups - School project at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. Design consultants: Pal Koos, Peter Veto.
Swing chair for IDEA Groups - School project at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. Design consultants: Pal Koos, Peter Veto.
Swing chair for IDEA Groups - School project at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. Design consultants: Pal Koos, Peter Veto.
Bosch Design Award winner - Molnarka universal rescue boat - Molnarka is an engined boat capable for lifting its hull about 4 meters (~13 ft) above water, at any point on still water surface. The development of the concept was based on a university tender aiming to design a rescue base that can be optionally placed for sighting, so the rescue procedure can be immediately initiated from water, after notice of emergency.

Further information: http://igendesign.wordpress.com/2010/02/11/igenworks-molnarka-with-detailed-documentation/
Bosch Design Award winner - Molnarka universal rescue boat - There are no rudder on the boat. In fact of the big distance between the steerling wheel and the motors it would be very difficult and expensive to steer on the classic way with bowdens, but we can make use of the rev differences of the motors to navigate the boat. And for that big distance we have a great leverage.
Bosch Design Award winner - Molnarka universal rescue boat - The structure of the feet is designed similar to the bicylcle frame. Because this way tha main loads cause compressive stresses.
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