Posts Tagged ‘rack’

jorge magazine rack by gauzak

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

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Jorge is a magazine rack designed by Barcelona-based multidisciplinary studio Gauzak for company Quattria. The rack stands as a simple, straightforward steel structure, but combined with the leather handle it’s an elegant piece that has the quality to age well.

Via Minimalissimo.

hoop bicycle stand

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

The Hoop bicycle stand, by Nola, transforms functional street design into an elegant urban feature. Hoop is a simple design consisting of a single aluminium post where multiple bicycles can be attached securely fastened. The upper circle is designed so that locks can be attached securely from any direction. More Nola bicycle stands here.

safe bike rack by the emotion lab

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

All of us who regularly ride city streets face the consistent problem of where and how to properly lock up. That is why The Motion Lab designed the Safe Bike Rack: a pad lock shaped bicycle rack  with a plastic coating to make sure your bicycle won’t scratch. Great functional design. More here.

bike shelf by knife and saw

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

This is some smart design by Knife & Saw. Sometimes bicycles can get in the way (e.g. in the hall, or leaning up against a bookshelf or something). That is exactly why Chris Brigham designed this shelf to fix that problem. How good! More here.

bicycle rack by studio tractor

Monday, September 6th, 2010

Some time ago Studio Tractor Architecture designed a stunning bicycle rack inollaboration with metalworker Peter Kirkiles. The cotter pin-inspired rack is built in conjuction with Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum’s exhibition Bike Rides.

bike racks by david byrne

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

Bicycle enthusiast, David Byrne along with the NYC Department of Transportation and art gallery PaceWildenstein have installed nine sculptural bicycle racks throughout Manhattan and one in Williamsburg. The bicycle racks are designed by Byrne, each representing the neighborhood its appropriately place in. Although the project is from 2008, it is still very inspiaring. More here.