16 Dec '11, 6pm

Great Designs For Storing Your Bike In Small Apartments

Great Designs For Storing Your Bike In Small Apartments

More and more of us are riding bikes, and more and more of us are living in small spaces. This creates a problem of where you put the bikes, and what kind of bike you ride. TreeHuggers Graham Hill solved it by developing the Thinbike, but others are looking at designs for storing bikes in ways that look good enough to have in your living spaces. In London, Quarterre Studios have developed a line of bicycle accessories. Quarterre is looking to bridge the divide between furniture and interior design and the reality of everyday life on two wheels. They have used their backgrounds in the automotive industry to create design solutions that are functional, efficient and stylish. © Quarterre Products The Shadow is a bent piece of steel with a bit of leather, not much to it at all. The freestanding, cantilevered form needs no mounting and can accommodate most wheel sizes. Crafted ...

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