3D printed model

3D printed model

Fabrication Process

Fabrication Process

2D

Toronto Bike Rack Inversed (3rd Place), 2010

Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto; Industrial

The Iconic design of the Toronto Bike Rack is in need of a re-design. Its contemporary rendition of the bike rack is a graphical inverse, where void becomes solid, and solid becomes void. Each perforation is intended as a space to lock bicycles.

 

The design was submitted for the Mount Pleasant Bike Rack Design Competition and won third place. 

 

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Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010
Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010

The Iconic Toronto Bike Rack

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Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010
Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010

The Iconic Toronto Bike Rack

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Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010
Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010

3D printed model

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Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010
Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010

Presentation Board 1

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Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010
Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010

Presentation Board 2

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Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010
Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010

Presentation Board 3

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Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010
Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010

Presentation Board 4

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Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010
Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010

3rd Place: Mount Pleasant Bicycle Rack Design Competition

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Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010
Toronto Bike Rack Inversed, 2010

Sample Site: Mount Pleasant Cemetery

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