Mobility

Bachelor of Industrial Design
Semester 2, 2020

Studio leader(s)

  • Amy Killen

The cities of the future will be constrained, with space more valuable, emissions fully accounted for, and fossil fuels prohibitively expensive. With high capacity public transport becoming the backbone of the mobility network, attention turns to how people access it through nodes like railway stations, tram stops, and bus stops. In response, our students explored a range of micro-mobility, spatial and wayfinding solutions, contributing to a more accessible, efficient, and safe public transport system.

Final year projects