“Ypsilon” is a bicycle shelter picking up traditional cast-iron shapes to create a new interpretation. Double square profiles form the columns
that carry a wing shaped element made of t-profiles each. The wing
form in combination with the filigree twin columns creates an impression of airiness and elegance.
“Tetra” is a series of bicycle shelters suitable for single, free-standing
units, made for 8 to 12 bicycles, but also for modular components of
large-area systems. A catchy frame geometry allows a high recognition of the shelter’s design.
“Parallel” is a product line of bicycle stands. The main tube contour
cites the frame geometry of bicycles as an iconic gestalt for public
space. As a backwards tilted rhomboid, the shape picks up the contours of head tube with fork, top tube and seat tube, thus symbolizing
the direction for parking the bike.