Michelin Saddle : 2011

Designed by Attila Tari, hypo-Design. Hungary.
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This concept is a solution to create a closer relationship between humans and nature. At the dawn of the twenty first century, it is important to learn and maintain everything that we have directly nearby. To understand nature in this accelerated life, we should spend more time in nature, so the vehicle is a key to remember riding horses.

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"The Saddle", Designed by Attila Tari, Hypo-Design.

This concept is based on a unique navigation system. This system navigates the three active wheels, with a special control. This control increase degrees of freedom of movement of the wheels. Then the driver can pass every obstacle, because the freedom of control is in the driver’s hands. This is a vehicle for rough terrain.

Creation of a new control system using the current solutions from electric cars, and Michelin’s active wheel technology:
-necessary for the rapprochement with nature
-informs people about the future knowledge they will need for the future

The concept promotes better health, and allows wider mobility for a dispersed settlement pattern which seems to be the way of the future.

We should remember the equestrians, their symbiosis between people and horses, and to maintain a balance with nature. We should protect our future as much as we can. We come from the nature like the other creatures.

If we go back to horse riding, with its healthy sitting position, as a type of mobility, we will save old ideas for the next generation. Then if we use all that we have, every traditional idea, with advanced technologies, everything is possible and our future will safer, and the environment will be more protected.

Attila Tari was born in a small town in Eastern Hungary in 1988. He earned a B.A. in Industrial and Product Design at the Institute of Applied Arts at University of West Hungary, in 2010. He is now completing a program in engineering design at the Faculty of Wood Sciences at UWH in Sopron.

His past work experiences includes the following: He designed and created a prototype of an ergonomic work station called "hypo-Spline,” which won first prize in the InnoLignum exhibition in Sopron, in both 2008 and 2009.

He has done graphic design work for the University of West Hungary and designed many works for the Wood Material and Product Testing Laboratory; and other internships at the Faculty of Wood Sciences during his university studies.

His scope of experience includes: development and implementation of furniture design projects, and implementation of scale models and interior decoration.

In 2008, he founded a small company to do mandates during his university years in Hungary. Since 2008, for every work he has used the "hypo-Design" fantasy name. Before he entered the design field, he was studying to be a biologist. Now he knows that he is able to design a feasible product.

Areas of interest: eco design, evolution, human nature and alternative ways.

He is a unique personality who knows that everything is possible.

(source: Michelin)

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"The Saddle", Designed by Attila Tari, Hypo-Design.

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"The Saddle", Designed by Attila Tari, Hypo-Design.

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"The Saddle", Designed by Attila Tari, Hypo-Design.

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