Since 2009, I – Zeger van der Voet – have worked on various projects in Industrial-, Spatial- and Graphic design. The connecting factors that define my work in these overlapping fields are the design process that is followed and the thorough investigation that precedes it.
Industrial, graphic and spatial design
Driven by a healthy fascination for user behaviour, formgiving and technology, I work towards a succesful product using an integral design process. The goals of the client, the needs of the target group, environment and society are all weighed in and moulded together into a balanced and functioning end product, no matter whether it is one image or a physical object.
Zeger van der Voet
MSc. in Integrated
Industrial design engineer (TU Delft) with a very broad interest towards graphic and spatial design as well. My process defines my work: from a thorough analysis of all stakeholders' perspectives towards a succesful product.
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These are several illustration projects and graphic designs done for Fox-IT, a cyber security business, in Delft. Some very complex information and subjects, like data-streams and categorising processes, needed to be visualised and communicated through infographics and short texts. The playful theme, board game pawns [...]
This project has been an exercise, firstly, to learn more about laser cutting techniques in wood and, secondly, to investigate how the inherent aesthetics of lasercut wood could be used to add more character to a product. As a test case I have designed a new enclosure for a musical instrument that I felt needed some more character.
The CleanEra department at TU Delft asked me to do the design and illustrations for their book. I have worked together with the editors and writers of the book to merge their various essays and images into a whole. I was responsible for the entire book design: illustrations, infographics, book design, layout, typesetting and art […]
Last weekend, the exhibition ‘Connecting Concepts’ was opened in the Designhuis in Eindhoven. It includes my design for a future aircraft interior. The collection of projects has previously traveled through India and China and is now on display in Eindhoven until the 20th of May before it continues to Berlin, Istanbul and São Paolo. I am very proud […]
A blended wing body (BWB) aircraft saves substantial amounts of fuel and reduces noise, CO2 and NOx emissions because it is shaped like a wing and can transport up to a 1000 passengers. The passenger cabin is located inside the wing, resulting in the absence of windows in the sides of the aircraft. This makes […]
My aircraft interior concept is currently part of a traveling Premsela exhibition through India + China. The show’s objects have much to say about design concepts, processes and disciplinary cross-pollination in the Netherlands. Opened the 8th of february at NID in Ahmedabad, the exhibition (by Bertjan Pot+Joost Grootens) includes work of Richard Hutten, Thonik, NL […]
For LanBox Products I have worked on several online and offline graphics. Including 3D-renderings and screenprints on the new LCX-controller housing, application icons, new product-line logo-scripts.
Tomorrow (Thursday January 27th) from 16:30 until 18.45 there is a mini-seminar about Experience Driven Design at the Industrial Design faculty in Delft. I will be giving a short presentation about my Blended Wing Body interior design linked to the launch of the book called “From Floating Wheelchairs to Mobile Car Parks”. This book by […]
I did a screen printing course at the SKVR in Rotterdam to experiment with different printing techniques and to learn about the different types effects you can achieve with layers of ink. Fun to do and useful for future graphic design projects. All prints are for sale.
The CleanEra group presented a derived model of my aircraft concept at Schiphol airport that will be sent to the World Expo in Shanghai. The airliner concept is a direct continuation of my graduation design. The NOS website published my presentation material and the animations alongside the story about the presented model. http://nos.nl/artikel/146213-tu-delft-presenteert-vliegtuig-van-de-toekomst.html Also EenVandaag showed […]