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What do Flying, Floating Super Cars and Trees on top of Buildings Have in Common?

November 2, 2010

LONDON, November 2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Leading British Concept Designer
Philip Pauley’s futuristic Halo Intersceptor car has vehicle attachments
which turn it into an aeroplane, helicopter, and sea going motor cruiser!
This same visionary has devised the Urban Tree Planter(TM) modular system for
standardising urban tree installation and replacement by containing root
growth virtually anywhere from the top of buildings to cruise liners and
superyachts.

(Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20101102/418194 )

The Halo Intersceptor private “road legal aeroplane, helicopter and motor
cruiser” has 3+ interchangeable connecting housings, each providing the
ultimate experience in luxury and performance for leisure and business, and
the defining standard for the logical move towards the multi faceted
transportation of the future. A candidate for concept design awards and
featured by CNN and GQ Magazine, and described as being “sexy enough on its
own just being a car” by 100 Cute, it’s easy to see why Top Speed described
the Halo as “straight out of a sci-fi movie”.

    [For Details of the Halo Intersceptor see

http://www.philpauley.com/auto.html]

Grounded in common sense concerns for the environment and sustainability,
and yet not the least earthbound is the Urban Tree Planter(TM). Philip
Pauley’s
design meets real modern urban needs for a simple modular system for
planting trees in more challenging situations. The tree roots and a self
irrigation system are contained within a protective cube which slots into a
corresponding cube space – the space can be anywhere. The result is a
mutually beneficial co-existence where the urban environment is enhanced by
naturally flourishing ‘portable’ trees but not damaged or threatened by their
roots.

A disarmingly unassuming man, Philip Pauley possesses an instinctive
genius for meeting real world needs with advanced technological conceptual
designs. No wonder then that his 1997 dissertation piece of an incredible
self sufficient sub marine habitat called Sub Biosphere 2 earned him the
label of being “too futuristic” for his time by his tutors and contemporaries.

Themes of the need for simplicity and natural order through the use of
complex systems are also evident in his artwork and landscape sculptures,
such as The Tree Sculpture (A Tree of Life) installed in Theatre District for
Milton Keynes 40th Birthday Celebration and Science Garden Installation.

    [For details of Phil Pauley Sculpture see

http://www.philpauley.com/art.html]

Another natural home for Philip Pauley today is in pushing the boundaries
of digital possibilities by heading up Pauley Interactive, a leading 3D
Visualisation and digital content provider. Through his involvement in this
medium, organisations of all sizes can draw upon the vision and experience of
a bright rising star in realising their own visions through the use of high
quality 3D visualisation, modelling and animation to engage and involve
website visitors and potential clients with online tours, demonstrations and
presentations which add real value.

    [For Pauley Interactive see http://www.pauley-interactive.co.uk/]

    Contact details:

    Pauley Interactive Ltd or Phil Pauley Studios
    Bletchley Leys Farm, Whaddon Road,
    Milton Keynes, United Kingdom MK17 0EG
    Tel: +44(0)1908-522532
    Fax: +44(0)1908-524489
    Email: info@pauley-interactive.co.uk
    Email: info@philpauley.com
    Web: http://www.pauley-interactive.co.uk
    Web: http://www.philpauley.com

SOURCE Pauley Interactive


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