Industrial Design Services
Industrial design rights are intellectual property rights that make elite the visual design of objects that are not purely utilitarian. An industrial design consists of the creation of a shape, pattern or composition of pattern or color, or mixture of guide and color in three dimensional forms containing aesthetic value. An industrial design can be a two- or three-dimensional mold used to produce a product, business commodity or handicraft. Under the Hague Agreement Concerning the International Deposit of Industrial Designs, a WIPO-administered treaty, and a procedure for a global registration exists. An applicant can file for a single worldwide deposit with WIPO or with the national office in a country party to the treaty. The design will then be protected in as many relate countries of the treaty as desired.
A number of industrial designers have made such a significant smash on culture and daily life that they have attained a level of notability further than that of an average designer. Alvar Aalto, well-known as an architect, also designed a significant number of household items, such as chairs, stools, lamps, a tea-cart, and vases. Raymond Loewy was a prolific American designer who is to blame for the Royal Dutch Shell corporate logo, the original BP logo (in use until 2000), the PRR S1 steam locomotive, the Studebaker Starlight, as well as Schick electric razors, Electrolux refrigerators, short-wave radios, and a complete line of modern furniture, among many other items. Teague, who spent most of his career with the American Motor Company, originated the concept of using interchangeable body panels so as to create a wide display of dissimilar vehicles using the same stampings. He was to blame for such exceptional automotive designs as the Pacer, Gremlin, Matador coupe, Jeep Cherokee, and the complete interior of the Eagle Premier. Charles and Ray Eames were the majority well-known for their unique furniture design, such as the Eames Lounge Chair Wood and Eames Lounge Chair.