Thursday, June 25, 2009

AADA looking for prototype builder.

The AADA at this time is looking for a developer or individual to build a prototype of the AADA car. We would like to see it developed for Africa. We are aware that alot of changes would have to be done to build a sustainable version. The one you see on the title page is a show car, to demonstrate that suitable should also be lovely to look at. At present we are still in the search and hope to find a suitable candidate.

Friday, March 13, 2009



John Kalu's design inspired and gave some direction to AADA's first auomotive design concept, namely The Model One..

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

John Kalu wins the first AADA contest.

Congratulations 'John Kalu' for winning the first AADA design contest.

Friday, July 25, 2008

John Kalu's design entry (NIGERIA)





The car submitted is a 4X4 Off Roader car capable of
sitting five adults comfortably. Engine sits under the
bonnet in front and transmits power via a four wheel drive
system.
Car size is the likes of Porsche Cayenne, Mercedes Benz M55
AMG,Range Rover Vogue etc.

Monday, June 9, 2008

AADA extends design contest deadline

The AADA has extended its design competition to the end of July 2008. To be more specific 29/7/2008.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Competition details



Eligibility

This competition is open to AADA members only. Become a member of the AADA, its free to join. Send your name, occupation, age and nationality to jokasnat@yahoo.com.


Design submission

You are free to submit your initial design concepts, free hand sketches, full digital render or 3d digital models. Please sign all your work. Attach and send images to Jonathan at jokasnat@yahoo.com. All images will be placed on the AADA competition blog. Please remember you have to be a AADA member to compete in this competition.


Evaluation

A panel of judges will be selected from the general public by the AADA chairman and AADA founder. They will be instrumental in giving an unbiased view of what a winning design for the general public should look. The entries will be evaluated based on the following:

- Interpretation of the brief

- Concept originality

- Overall design function and appeal

- Development potential

The panel of Judges will not come from a design background, nor have any particular connection with the car industry. Final evaluation will take place in the first two weeks of July 2008 and the winner will be announced thereafter.


Deadline

All entries and submissions must be received before 30 June 2008.



Prize

The winner of the annual AADA design competition will receive a software package, which will include instructional video tutorials of how to model a car in detail.

The design brief


Brief

“We want a car that looks feels and breath's Africa".

Design a car that embodies this statement. It must have four wheels, able to carry five people and their luggage, a spare tyre and have a simple engine running it. It’s up to you to figure out what type of car it should be; be it an SUV, mini van, sports car etc; African artifacts, art and culture should visually influence you final design.

Guide lines


Saturday, February 2, 2008

AADA competitions begin


I welcome all of AADA's members to the annual competition arena. Here is the place African automotive design will be tested to the maximum. Here is the place all members will run wild in expressing their African automotive design vision.

Here is an example of what we should expect. The vehicle above is a design study of what Africa's future in race car design may look like.

AADA Competition begins this month of February 2008. All members will be informed on the exact date. If your not a member, don't hesitate to join. Join us today, it is free.

Go to our site for more info.

http://aada.50webs.com