April 5, 2012

Bill Dunster’s “Velocity”

There can be no hiding my enthusiasm for 8-House in Copenhagen, the building by architects BIG that allows users to cycle home to their tenth story apartment. It has recently come to my attention, that a […]
April 4, 2012

My mountain bike loves somebody else

Now I know why I don’t love my mountain bike. It is because my mountain bike doesn’t love me. She would rather be at fancy 24hr enduro events, being ridden by the great Gusto, who makes […]
April 4, 2012

Why does subversive architecture, not subvert traffic?

Architectural educators rarely dissuade students from designing projects that subvert capitalism. Leaving half your site undeveloped for spontaneous renditions of the musical Hair; overhanging boundaries in the manner of Libeskind; totally burying a building as though […]
April 1, 2012

A day in the life of a bike rickshaw rider

I have been undercover, making new confidences, to bring you a story. You may have seen bicycle rickshaws in your first-world city, and maybe even have taken a ride. If you’re the kind of person who […]
March 30, 2012

Cycle Chic and le Tour. What does this mean?

I just noticed a wonderful sign that cycling for everyday transport, has truly stepped from the shadow of cycling, the sport. Mikael Colville Andersen, one of the world’s most vociferous champions of everyday cycling for transport, […]