Former chief designer Jaguar has created a studio named after himself

Former chief designer Jaguar has created a studio named after himself

July 17, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The first design project promised to be presented in September

Former Jaguar design department head Ian Callum, who left his post at the end of June, announced the creation of his own design studio Callum. The studio plans to submit the first project already in September of this year.

So far, no information has been provided by the company about what kind of project it will be. Also kept secret customer information. At the moment, it is known that Callum himself took the post of director of design.

He took David Fairburn, who worked on the electric Jaguar E-Pace, to his team, and Adam Donfrancesco, who developed the Noble road and racing cars, as well as the Jaguar F-Type GT4 racing, Aston Martin Vantage GT8 and Vantage GT12, took the place of technical director. .

Callum is headquartered in Warwickshire, UK. On an area of ​​1,858 square meters will be located the office and production facilities. Callum said that in collaboration with leading engineers and designers, he would customize many products from the field of lifestyle, travel and design.

Callum is headquartered in Warwickshire, UK. On an area of ​​1,858 square meters will be located the office and production facilities. Callum said that in collaboration with leading engineers and designers, he would customize many products from the field of lifestyle, travel and design.