YAGI by Zhu Qin, China

2004: China.

Illustrations on Display at Michelin Challenge Design™


Zhu Qin, 22, majored in Industrial Design at Tongji University, Shanghai, China from 1999 to 2004. He currently is a 5th year student (finalist) of Product Design. He has participated in a few international design competitions while in school.


YAGI   (Marriage ceremony car)

YAGI is a design for marriage ceremony with the original idea coming from sedan. Traditionally speaking, Chinese grooms took over their brides in sedan before; however, they can do this in YAGI today.

Considering the situations during the marriage ceremony, such as the problems of making a larger space for brides to be seated, the show to the public, the flower-decoration and so on, we call for a few solutions.

In YAGI, there are three seats. In this way, the bride can have more space to sit and make herself up. The doors opening in different directions can make a wide entrance for the bride. The Chinese elements adopted make it more convenient for the new couple, at the same time, native indeed.