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plagiarize |ˈplājəˌrīz| verb [ trans. ] take (the work or an idea of someone else) and pass it off as one's own. • copy from (someone) in such a way. Why dont you just magic lasso out the Ventura bus stop you copied and then paste it in and claim it as your own... Oh wait you did that.
Posted Sep 24, 2009 4:09 AM by deerskin

I loved the idea of using recycled materials such as license plates. I believe this bus stop project would have more characteristics along with the city. Over the time I believe those bus stops would also have a historical value too by using licence plates.
Posted Sep 24, 2009 7:09 AM by sinanyazgi

I actually typed in google to see how similar the design is to Ventura bus station. There is another design catches better values of that design between the entries. This one though has nothing to do with Ventura bus stop in terms of visual appearance and design aspects. It is actually very sad that you can see similarities between the two.
Posted Sep 24, 2009 4:09 PM by borabarut

This work is Beautiful.
Posted Sep 24, 2009 8:09 PM by hotcold1

Yeah, recycling is the cool thing now... what about creating architecture? I mean, are we forgetting about spacial definition, scale, beauty, functionality...? And then we can talk about recycling.
Posted Sep 25, 2009 3:09 AM by mmendez

Posted Sep 25, 2009 6:09 AM by lerina

I love that your design uses recycled materials and that each one will be unique. Also that they are customizable for the specific location, weather, etc. It looks like an organic structure sprouted up in the city - very cool!
Posted Sep 25, 2009 5:09 PM by kathleen

stunning eyecatching versatile practical environmentally sound sociologically brilliant nothing like the Ventura bus stop gotta love it !
Posted Sep 25, 2009 6:09 PM by stefine

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Submitted by borabarut on September 23, 2009

The design is based on simplicity by rewarding recycled materials go along with the structure. This bus station may also be used as a train station and have the ability to expand for different circumstances. Proposed skin materials can vary from recycled license plates to recycled glass or recycled metal. The idea is to create a self supported structure which can be later covered up by local recycled materials of the region. Materials can be hand picked based on the weather conditions of the area that it serves. Random pattern of the skin would allow materials to come in any size without the need of a second adjustment. The effort can also be achieved in a workshop like activity in order to provide social interaction between public and institutions which would give them an awareness of conserving. Each random unit on the skin would also be designed by different artist of the region.

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