September 12, 2011
September 8, 2011
Posted by Conor O'Brien
April 30, 2011
A nice bicycle parking garage for 1,000 bikes at Union Station in Washington D.C. designed by KGP design studio. Scroll down to see a great Streetfilms video on how the station is managed and some reaction from daily commuters. The structure of the station is inspired by the bicycle itself and represents an interpretation of the bicycle wheel.
February 2, 2011
This is the first installment from the BMW Documentary Series "Wherever You Want To Go". The series is taking a look at the future of mobility. The series features some of the most influential scientists, academics, pioneers, and entrepreneurs of our time. The four-part documentary paints a unique picture of technology, culture, cities, our past, present and how it all relates to the future of mobility and not a BMW in sight! Go figure.
January 27, 2011
In August of last year, the city of Alphen aan den Rijn in the Netherlands opened the Bicycle Apple, a bicycle parking facility with a capacity of 970 bicycles. The Bicycle Apple is located next to the train station which promotes the culture of intermodality which is so prevalent in the Netherlands. Existing bicycle parking near the station, parking more than 4,000 bicycles, had already reached capacity.
This is the winning entry to a design competition for bike commuter facilities in Downtown Philadelphia. The all-in-one and masterplan designed by Columbia graduate, Annie Scheel, gives a place in the city for the exploding populations of urban cyclist commuters. The multi-storey bicycle storage facility can hold up to 690 bicycles.
January 26, 2011
A nice little video featuring bicycle parking in Copenhagen, produced by Copenhagenize.com
|image: leon zhu | dynamic soeul|
The Architecture Foundation has launched an international design competition for a portable bike shed at Bankside, south London.
January 19, 2011
As part of the MaHS/MaUSP programme at KU Leuven, ecourb was involved in a project looking at 'Urban Mobility Beyond the Car'. We decided to create a comic book, in the style of the 'Yes is More' archicomic published last year by BIG. The results of this comic are shown here.