Posted November 06, 2019 03:33:10A smart, talented, and very passionate man, John Trinis is an industrial designer who was responsible for many of the iconic designs of the past 30 years, from the iconic iconic BMW i8 and i9 to the iconic Jaguar XJ and F-Type.
John was born in Wales in 1966 and raised in the UK.
While studying industrial design at Uppsala University, he began his apprenticeship as an electrical engineer and worked in a variety of industries, including aerospace and electronics, before settling in Los Angeles, where he began to work on the iconic John Trani industrial design studio.
In 2013, Trini began working on a new project, the Industrial Invasion, and he and his design studio started working on the project to create a “modern world”.
Trini has created the industrial world for a whole new generation, and his designs will forever be associated with the design world.
John Trini and his partner in crime and design partner, Alex Cogger, have been at the forefront of creating the industrial design world for over 30 years.
The duo has collaborated on over 100 projects, many of which have been celebrated in a range of industries.
They also have an extensive knowledge of the automotive industry, which is where the Industrial World comes in.
We spoke with Trini about his work, the design of the BMW i9, and the history of the Industrial world.TRINCI: My name is John Trilli, I am a designer who has designed over a hundred different things.
I’m also a partner in a company called Industrial Invasion.
We were in the industry, working on what we were calling the “modern industrial world”, and I wanted to work in a different place and on a different project.
That was the name Industrial Invasion I started.
My partners in crime, Alex and Joe, are great designers, they know what they are doing.
And so we thought, well, we’ll create something that is totally different.
It’s the first project I have ever done where the concept was really new, and we did it really well.
I had a great team.
Joe, who is the lead designer, is an engineer, a painter, an industrialist, a designer, so he was really good.
I didn’t have to learn a lot of things, and it was easy to follow the project.
We have always worked together, and I’ve worked on a lot more projects, and this was the first time I was working with Joe in a collaborative way.
So I’m really proud of it.
The BMW i5, Jaguar XF, and Jaguar XS are all based on John Trinian designs.
It was a very innovative project and it had the potential to be very big, but I think it’s because we didn’t do it.
I think because we had different visions.
We were trying to create something completely different.
The XF was my first car.
I’ve been doing this for 40 years.
It didn’t come out very well.
When I looked at it and I saw the BMW XF on the back, I was like, this is crazy.
It looks like a cross between a Rolls Royce and a Mercedes-Benz.
I thought, oh, I’m done with this.
It wasn’t the right idea.
I went to the BMW factory and they were like, you know what?
You can do this.
And I didn- I was in my 20s, and that was my time to try something new, so I went back and did it.
The XF won a number of awards.
I also designed the BMW GTI, a supercar, which won a lot.
I don’t know why it didn’t win a number.
But I guess it was just a bad year.
The other car was the Jaguar XB, which I had designed.
I loved it.
It looked like a BMW.
And the other car, the Jaguar, which was my last car, was my third car, so it was a big project, so that’s why I was going to try to do it again.
It took a while, but we finally did it in 2011.
The last car I built, it was my 50th car, but it was done in just seven years.TRICI: I was at the car factory, and Joe was working on another project.
And Joe told me that they were going to build a super car.
They said, we’re going to do the XB.
I said, okay, we can’t do the super car, because we’re still in the middle of the process.
I started working with the Jaguar designers, and they did a really good job, and so I said okay, I’ll go to the supercar factory.
And they built a super super car for me, so when I got to the factory, I had the first super super