BoConcept and Smart Team Up to Make Urban Living Easier

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November 17, 2013
For years automative brand Smart and BoConcept, a Danish modern furniture retailer have been providing our industries with innovative design. Having shared their extensive experience providing solutions for urban living, Smart and BoConcept partner up to make city living a little easier by introducing the Fortwo signature style car and the Smartville collection of matching furniture and accessories.
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  The collaboration birthed a unique, compact design from interior to exterior. Using specific materials and colors to emphasize a warm sense of home, lead designer Adriana Balko explains "the car really shows bipolarity of both brands. We have a radical exterior and a cozy interior".
    The collaboration birthed a unique, compact design from interior to exterior. Using specific materials and colors to emphasize a warm sense of home, lead designer Adriana Balko explains "the car really shows bipolarity of both brands. We have a radical exterior and a cozy interior".
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  In contrast from the sleek matte exterior, the vehicles interior combines tobacco brown leather with ash grey sofa-style fabric seats.
    In contrast from the sleek matte exterior, the vehicles interior combines tobacco brown leather with ash grey sofa-style fabric seats.
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  No compromises were made throughout the development process or the various stages of production. The sleek and clever city car in essence is a transportation solution to urban living challenges.
    No compromises were made throughout the development process or the various stages of production. The sleek and clever city car in essence is a transportation solution to urban living challenges.
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  "Smart is not just a car. It is a statement of urban living and the perfect city car in terms of beautiful, functional design" says Claus Ditlev Jensen, Collection Director at Boconcept.
    "Smart is not just a car. It is a statement of urban living and the perfect city car in terms of beautiful, functional design" says Claus Ditlev Jensen, Collection Director at Boconcept.

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