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i dont think most people will enjoy having to squeeze in between your imposed style and form to sit, and to be quite frank, if every building, or even every small project, was formally composed of its spelling, i would go insane. mansilla and tunon architects did this a thousand times better than you have.
Posted Sep 07, 2009 8:09 PM by kavbar

as you can see quite clearly, people don't have to sqeeze in to sit. ofcourse, I agree that not all buildings should be like this, but I think on this gloomy site an object like this makes the peole aware of other possibilties
Posted Sep 08, 2009 8:09 AM by michiel

Smart and cost effective. Woul dlove to see built.
Posted Sep 25, 2009 2:09 AM by jules

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a bus-stop that speaks for itself

Submitted by michiel on September 04, 2009

This bus-stop is designed as a generic typology. It can be produced in many materials and placed on all kind of locations in (almost) any country. It’s a very clear, simple and recognizable busstop. Apart from the obvious usability as a busstop it is also a strong image and a nice object.

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