Škoda Yeti was one of the first cars I was working on when I joined Škoda Design. Kodiaq is maybe one I am most proud of and as well the car I am driving at the moment. Here they came together in order to shoot the story for 10 years anniversary of Esprit magazine.
In 2019 in Geneva Škoda Auto introduced our design study Vision iV. Here the picture of Škoda interior dream team at the stand after the successful world premiere. The Škoda Vision iV’s interior is a role model for future electric cars from the Czech car manufacturer. There is more to expect!
Back to work means back to Škoda Design studio. What an amazing place to work and what an inspiring team of creatives. Located in Mladá Boleslav, directly near the factory where the history of one of the oldest car manufacturers is being written.
Kodiaq launch brought me to Palma, Mallorca’s capital where we had couple of press events and meetings. Very great experience on my last day was to visit Michelin-starred chef Marcel Ress in his kitchen in central Palma and watch him creating the meal for just the two of us… Driving the Kodiaq for the first time and on the curvy Mallorca’s roads was another highlight.
There is so much inspiration in the history of Škoda brand that is one of the oldest car manufacturers in the world. Here I had a chance to visit the Škoda museum in Mladá Boleslav and walk with journalists through the collection of all important cars for the brand and have a detailed look on them.
Geneva Motor Show 2016 – here we go! Skoda presented the VisionS design study and thereby its new design style that underlines the brand’s emotive strength. The VisionS is designed in an expressive, attractive and dynamic way. The design has a balance – typical for Skoda – of rationality and aesthetics. The lines of the Skoda VisionS have evidently been inspired by the tradition of Bohemian crystal glass art and a touch of cubism: all sections are precise, sharp and clean-cut. On the strikingly contoured surfaces, the distinctive play of light and shade creates strong effects that are emphasised even further by the colour Iceland Green.