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i+d+i Trem Diseño Industrial


Trem Diseño Industrial's commitment in the field of R&D&i is to collaborate with public or private initiatives to strengthen industrial development, valuing industrial design as another tool when it comes to obtaining quality products, sustainable, and that contribute improvements to our society. Professional knowledge is given by the projects that are faced, depending on the clients and their needs.

At Trem, as product designers,

We are committed to advancing professionally within our sector, without depending exclusively on third parties. For this reason, we also project new designs internally, without the objective being to obtain financial remuneration for it.
There are always new technologies, new production methods and tools and materials are evolving and with them

the way of working, and all of this can give rise to new business niches or be the first step for new products.
The result of this effort is the development and registration, in the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office, as utility models and patents, of various products designed by our studio.


Marquesina Nodal, a project awaiting a demanding city council

Project designed and developed by Trem Diseño Industrial and díez + díez Diseño. Nodal is a self-supporting canopy system that, due to its ease of installation without construction work and the incorporation of the concept of inclusive design, represents a significant advance in this type of urban element. These innovations allowed us to obtain registration with the SPTO in 2009. Nodal represents an important improvement when designing communication routes that can be modified, since it can be moved without the need for work and its design allows quick installation, saving costs. and licenses.

Nodal contributes to the energy sustainability of the transport network, since it allows the installation of photovoltaic equipment that allows the electronic equipment to be powered autonomously, or if connected to the general network, to provide energy to compensate their consumption. The design of the plinth and seats, with backrests and armrests to facilitate the use of people with motor difficulties, would allow certifications such as AENOR Conform or Simplit to be obtained, supporting the idea that Nodal is an example of "design for all".


The main multinational urban furniture companies showed their interest in design and valued it very positively. The lack of demand from municipalities for more demanding solutions when it comes to solving the provision of transport networks means that today companies in the sector consider that it is not necessary to launch products of this type.

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