September 28, 2011

The Rietveld Chair of Bicycles

Certain trials are best kept to oneself, until they have passed, like my 2 year search for a bicycle, designed by an architect, not to be the best bike performance-wise, but to stand for all that […]
September 27, 2011

Architects: here’s how to increase your clients’ budgets by millions!

I read recently that the average middle class Australian is spending about a thousand dollars per month, per car in their life. So I found this free savings calculator on the web (look down the list), […]
September 27, 2011

Bike lanes aren’t coming to town, as fast as towns are going to bike lanes.

If you think you can tolerate my voice for 13 minutes, I sat at my desk on the weekend and recorded an abbreviated version of my most recent talk, that my son helped me edit into […]
September 25, 2011

The World’s 7 Wonders of Bicycle Infrastructure

When you have outgrown that interest in roller coasters, are bored by Borromini, and feel you have been adequately degusted by hatted restaurants to not want another truffle for as long as you live… well then […]
September 24, 2011

10 things about cycling to excite architects

1. Cycling is the only transport mode that puts eyes on the street2. Bikes chained out the front, make buildings look hip green3. Holistically speaking, buildings reached via bike are using less energy4. Bicycle parking costs […]