Design Triangle Limited are responsible for world class award winning designs such as the iconic Heathrow Express Class 332 and MTR Airport Express, Crossrail, DLR and East London Line, and have provided cutting edge vehicle design studies for HS2 on passenger experience, capacities and dwell times. Across a range of types including people movers, light rail, metro, commuter, intercity and high speed, we have unparalleled experience in providing a specialised rail vehicle design service.
From luxury coach concept design programmes for Evobus Setra, resulting in a feed down of advanced styling features to a family of production vehicles, to electric buses, facelift programmes, escape hatches, interior panel systems, long distance seating - you name it, we've probably designed one!
Our commercial design activities range from vans and trucks, through to mobile hotels, earth moving equipment and refuse collection vehicles. Commercial and specialised vehicles have unique operating environments, regulations and constraints. With low production volumes influencing the selection of materials and processes.
Design Triangle have designed a number of fast ferry exteriors and interiors, including an exciting new breed of high speed craft in the shape of the Damen RTA Dubai Water Taxi. Sketch ideas from our contextual design studies spawned this completely new aesthetic inspired by both traditional 'Abra' boats and ultra modern Dubai architecture.
The aviation industry is highly competitive. We work with operators, manufacturers and innovation companies to help identify new trends and solutions for future airline travel.
Design Triangle have a long history in public transport seating design. This specialised area requires the careful optimisation of engineering, human factors and marketing criteria to make durable, comfortable, attractive and efficient products. We have designed a number of highly successful seat ranges and models for major European manufacturers.
Design Triangle have great experience in the design and development of transport related components and products. Roof hatches, lighting units, interior panel systems, luggage systems have all been designed within highly specialised design and development programmes.
As part of a major rebranding programme for Manchester Metrolink, Design Triangle designed the flagship tramstops for Piccadilly Gardens, central Manchester. We've also carried out similar studies for TfL, Cambridgeshire County Council and a number of other local authorities.
Design Triangle provide an individual product design service, which if required can include overseeing all aspects of product conception, from IP, concept design, FE analysis, weight and cost calculations, 3D CAD modelling, rapid prototyping etc