In 1987, Georg Gedl decided to become a freelance industrial designer through the Ministry of Culture. His most significant projects from 1987 to 1994 include:

  • designing a Yugoslav high-speed train (client: TVT Maribor, Slovenia),
  • redesigning Renault 4 vehicles (client: IMV, Slovenia),
  • designing a Microstar minibus (client: Ernst Auwärter, Germany),
  • designing a BULL-2 articulated loader, which was also exhibited at the International Biennial of Industrial Design in Ljubljana in 1994 (client: Trbovlje Machine Building, Slovenia) and
  • designing an electric tug for airports (client: Spijkstaal Elektro, The Netherlands).