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The Manta project and a new series of workshops held by Architexture will help CMF designers push the envelope on interior design

Sight, sound, smell, taste and touch – the five senses that make up our world. The last, but by no means the least, of these senses is particularly reliant on the texture of objects and surfaces. Vehicle interior design teams are having to focus more on surface treatment than ever before as they hope to create textures that can be aesthetically pleasing, pleasing to touch, and

“There is an evolving requirement for materials and aesthetic differentiation in electric and autonomous vehicles,” says Mike Miller, head of design at Architexture Design Consultancy and Standex Engraving Mold-Tech. “We must be able to create bespoke textures and high quality surfaces with functional non-leather materials to satisfy a more environmentally-concerned customer.“

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