New York City announced the ten finalists in their bike rack competition. One of these 10 finalists will become the official city bike rack design. Winner’s were to be announced October 24. Who won?
Top row, left to right: Next Phase Studios of Boston; Andrew Lang and Henry Dobbs of London; Federico Otero of Lima, Peru. Middle row, left to right: Stephen Jaklitsch Architects of Manhattan; Jeff Miller and Andrea Ruggiero of Manhattan; Baroni & Valeriani Architects of Florence, Italy; Ian Mahaffy and Maarten De Greeve of Copenhagen, Denmark. Bottom row, left to right: Ignacio Ciocchini of Astoria, Queens; Francis Anthony Bitonti/FADarch of Brooklyn; Open Thread Design of Brooklyn.
andrew lang and harry dobbs
baroni valeriani architetti
ian mahaffy and maarten de greeve
jeff miller and andrea ruggiero
After reviewing more than 200 entries from 24 states and 26 countries, a six-member design jury on Tuesday named 10 finalists in the CityRacks Design Competition to create new, better-looking bicycle parking racks.
NOTE: station north bike rack competition baltimore, deadline november 7, 2008.
SEEN: talking heads, david byrne bike racks