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Design Study - Colani - Formula One Car of Tomorrow - 2000

Lot reference 29725359

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1 items - Damaged - 90×220×420 cm - Composite

Type of Object: Design Study
Qualification: One of a kind (unique item, artwork or custom made)
Brand: Colani (More lots)
No. of items: 1
Model/ Title: Formula One Car of Tomorrow
Material: Composite
Condition: Damaged
Year (youngest object): 2000
Dimensions: 90×220×420 cm

In 1972, Luigi Colani designed the extraordinary Eiffelland Formula 1.
In 2000, he has once again given his vision of the F1 of the future.
This is a unique opportunity to acquire one of Colani’s most controversial designs.

Colani Formula One Car of Tomorrow 2000 for sale, condition as shown in photos, it needs a visual restoration.
It is the result of a stylistic design by professor Luigi Colani, and it doesn’t have an engine or the possibility to install it.
Truly rare.

Luigi Colani (2nd August 1928-16th September 2019) was a German industrial designer. His long career began in the 1950s when he designed cars for companies such as Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Lancia, Volkswagen and BMW. In 1957, he abandoned his name Lutz using the name Luigi. In the 1960s he began to design furniture and, from the 1970s onwards, expanded into several new sectors, ranging from household items such as ballpoint pens and televisions to uniforms, trucks and fully equipped kitchens. His unconventional designs have made him famous, not only in design clubs, but also to the general public. He received many awards for his designs, although his unconventional approach left him largely outside the mainstream world of industrial design.

Pick up: Milan, Italy

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