Japanese engineering firm Giken Seisakusho, which specializes in tidal and flood protection systems, created the Eco Cycle Anti-Seismic Underground Bicycle Park where owners can safely park their bikes in just 8 seconds. The buried cylindrical structures are only seven meters wide, but deep enough to safely store up to 200 two-wheel vehicles each.
Check out the following new video by Danny Choo from Culture Japan and a more technical video from Giken Seisakusho
You may also check out Kolelinia, a cycling system based on steel wires located high in the air here
Ethan Schlussler built a bicycle-powered elevator to access his tree house in Idaho.
The Monkey Light Pro creates images and animations within a bicycle wheel with the use of 4 bars of LEDs. Once you’re rolling, the display fills the bike wheel and is visible from both sides.
The Monkey Light Pro has sensors to track speed, heads-up position and rotation direction. This allows the system to create stable, full-wheel images from 15 to 65 km/h.
Handmade oak book shelves / hangers designed by London design firm AndViceVersa.
Wall mounted bicycle shelf/ drawer from solid oak, by Mikili, a Berlin-based firm for high-quality bicycle racks and furniture, established by Leopold Brotzmann and Sebastian Backhous.
A fusion of lawnmower and bicycle, project for the «Kinderspiel» (child’s play) contest at Designbiennale Luzern (special prize), by Swiss designer Florian Hauswirth.