Toyota crafts the Setsuna concept predominantly from wood and with a technique that doesn't use nails or screws. The unconventional automotive construction material is supposed to change over time like our relationship with our car. It premieres at Milan Design Week.
Milan Design Week
- Noah Joseph
- Apr 9, 2014
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