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This is pleasing to the eye and seems functional as well. Of course the glass part is probably thick and shatterproof. It is well thought out to allow for both visibility and shelter.
Posted Sep 17, 2009 8:09 PM by milomag

I believe the creators for byPass Stop had Occam's Razor in mind when they created this utilitarian design. Not only is it practical, but the design is aesthetically pleasing. It is also great to see that they have taken an eco-friendly approach, primarily using biodegradable materials. A great balance between functionality, beauty, and practicality. Great job.
Posted Sep 17, 2009 9:09 PM by lukeoh09

A beautiful design but I wonder what it looks like at night and how it feels on the actual site instead of a "busy urban environment" as is depicted in the short brief.
Posted Sep 17, 2009 11:09 PM by wanderingarch

the wooden slats are a nice addition to the design.
Posted Sep 18, 2009 5:09 AM by andrew.pun

hard luck mate, a nice design and a couple votes shy. unfortunate.
Posted Sep 29, 2009 12:09 AM by kavbar

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ByPass Stop

Submitted by lightstream works on September 17, 2009

This Bypass Stop is a bus stop representing tranquility juxtaposed against a busy urban environment and implements a hierarchy of structure. This environmentally-friendly design primarily uses wood to create a warm and appealing atmosphere which is to act as shelter against cold climate in Salt Lake City. A simple yet effective layout, this design allows for fluid exit and entry as well as allowing ample room for wheelchairs. The right wall is to serve as a bulletin board and bus schedules, the back wall is to act as a backrest for weary travelers, and the left wall, made primarily of glass, is to maximize the visibility of oncoming buses while acting as a shield against the rain.

Sponsored by the Utah Transit Authority, Federal Transit Authority and The University of Utah