giovanni bellini: evanél electric scooter
giovanni bellini: evanél electric scooter giovanni bellini: evanél electric scooter
nov 29, 2010

giovanni bellini: evanél electric scooter

front view of ‘evanél’ all images courtesy of giovanni bellini

with their electric scooter design ‘evanél’, giovanni bellini and allan sejer madsen’s aim was to make a vehicle that would differentiate itself from normal gas scooters. ‘evanél’s’ form is derived from the idea of creating a scooter that consists only of surfaces, making it just as lightweight as the electric current that powers it.

the result is a single surface shape, a ‘rolling sculpture’ in which each of the bike’s curved surfaces perform a specific function such as a seat or protective windshield covering.

wheel detail

wheel detail

the continuous surface of ‘evanél’

‘roof’ of the scooter

sketch of ‘evanèl’

sketch of ‘evanèl’

process making of the images:

welding the frame

building up the form of the scooter

disassembled finished parts

sanding the model

the model coming together

finishing off the ‘evanél’ model

  • Nice concept, but is it truely usable?
    Nice to see the concepts like this but its sad to see almost of them stay as a concept. So please try to realize them with a little changes.

    Iskender says:
  • totally love the shape!!

    Gavari Gerda says:
  • looks like a sculpture, sorry but i wouldnt use it as a scooter, its jus a fantasy…..i dont like it at all!

    gucior says:
  • Where does the rider go?

    SS says:
  • More Art than design. pretty confused shape for a rider

    Alex says:

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