Spaces on Wheels
 
Spaces on Wheels

Exploring a
Driverless Future.

 
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Spaces on Wheels is a playful research project that invites people to envision the profound paradigm shift the development of self-driving cars could have on our everyday lives.

We are on the verge of what could be the most significant period of change in the automobile industry. Technologies like electrification, connected and automated driving are making notable progress. One day, in the not so distant future; fully autonomous vehicles could be a common occurrence on our everyday streets. This would not only redefine how people and goods move around our cities, but also redefine the very fabric of our daily lives. With this in mind, we have been working with IKEA‘s future living lab, SPACE10 to bring their exploration of urban mobility to life.

Spaces on Wheels explores how car interiors will change once automotive vehicles become commonplace. It is comprised of seven concepts — office, cafe, healthcare, farm, play, hotel, and shop — each of which addresses a specific use. To allow people to envision a future ecosystem of flexible, purpose-built spaces that are available on demand and designed to accommodate diverse needs and lifestyles, you can order and explore each of the 7 Spaces on Wheels directly from your phone via augmented reality.
 


Client
SPACE10

Deliverables
Development

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Credits
Olle Engström ›
Foam ›
Norgram ›
 
Spaces on Wheels In the media
Animoji

"The app is a taster for the imagination – what if a coffee bar could double up as your cab ride to your next meeting?"
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Animoji

"The vehicles are outfitted with Ikea products, of course, can be viewed in augmented reality on Space10’s app."
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Animoji

"Each of the seven concept vehicles can be explored using the SPACE10 app, which gives a virtual reality look inside the spaces."
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Animoji

"Spaces on Wheels is comprised of seven concepts — each of which addresses a specific use. You can explore these spaces in virtual reality courtesy of the app."
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Animoji

"The vehicles are furnished with tables, sofas, chairs, shelves or cabinets. These spaces can be explored in virtual reality thanks to the SPACE10 application."
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Animoji

"IKEA’s Copenhagen-based think tank SPACE10 prototyped seven public service units that can be summoned to any location via an app"
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