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damn zaha hadid and her wayward influences. its an interesting shape, that might fall out of fashion very quickly, but seeing as you have made shape the most important thing, forgetting to mention materiality, cost, energy, lifespan and reuse, etc., means i couldnt give it marks, even if i wanted to.
Posted Aug 30, 2009 1:08 AM by kavbar

idea is good but the final design is not up to the mark
Posted Aug 31, 2009 6:08 AM by wahab

thanks for the input =) Honestly,when I designed this,I didnt think of Zaha. But I have to admit that for the final result there is similarity between this and Zaha. I was planning to use pre-cast concrete for this,hoping it can make the construction proccess easier and faster.
Posted Aug 31, 2009 7:08 AM by Hardian

Beautiful design and graphic presentation. Wonderful job of including surrounding space into design. Well done.
Posted Aug 31, 2009 6:08 PM by oruchimaru

thank you oruchimaru =)
Posted Sep 01, 2009 2:09 AM by Hardian

maybe a little large for a bus stop. If you scaled backed on the ribbons or took a few out? I mean there are other people on the side walk other than the people riding the bus right?
Posted Sep 13, 2009 9:09 PM by VAarchy

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"SPEEDY" Bus Stop

Submitted by Hardian on August 29, 2009

The shape of this bus station makes it “moving” and dynamic, based on the lifestyle of how people want to move from one place to another as soon as possible.
This shape also makes the snow easier to clean.
At the same time, the space around the bus station makes it more “Alive”, to create public space, where people can sit and make interaction.
Basically there are two connected shape of this bus station. The front part is the real bus stop.
The back part is optional if there is more space. It is a place where people wait for the bus, and they also can operate their laptop or just sit.

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