Bulwark is a full-size pickup, designed from ground-up as an extremely tough and highly performative vehicle.
This vehicle was designed according to the needs of the people living in the wildlands of 2050. Wildlands are notorious for rough terrains, harsh off-raod conditions, variable elevation and unpredictable nature events.
Adaptability was a key factor in the design process, thus the target users varies from civilian markets with the basic models to the official bodies requiring operations in the wildlands. Search and rescue teams, fire departments and country police are some of the many potential users of Bulwark.
As a purpose driven vehicle, it was designed with a deep attention to functionality and feasibility and it offers a variety of functional aspects, as well as different module options for various consumer needs.
The thesis projects of the eleventh edition take us directly into an extreme future. They explore fictional and futuristic scenarios, although their analysis started from real places and cities. The scenarios of the projects that will be presented are:
Megalopolis | a future in which urban space could be more extended and technologically developed
Wildlands | a future in which climate change will generate extreme weather conditions
Watercities | a future in which global warming will generate a water raising in seaside cities