March 23, 2011

architects and their small wheel bikes

What is it with architects, always thinking for themselves, snubbing the UCI, and riding small wheel bloody bicycles! But don’t just trust me on the matter. Read this piece on Architakes. The architectural historian Reyner Banham: […]
March 23, 2011

architecture made from bicycle tubes

I think of how many I’ve discarded over the years, when I could have been weaving extra rooms for my house. Would you mind Primrose? Trust a Dutch firm of architects to come up with this […]
March 23, 2011

I Love New York

In August 2009, The New York City Council passed this law, requiring all parking stations provide secure bicycle parking proportionate to its number of car parking spaces. I love New York. I had the great pleasure […]
March 23, 2011

Selling cyclespace

Proximity to cyclespace boosts property prices. We know that as cyclists—heck, I found my own house while riding my bike—but architects and developers may need to be told. Below are some paid-for advertisements in a free […]
March 23, 2011

Natural affinities between architecture and cycling

I am enjoying one last flurry of blog posts before, my dears, I must knuckle down to some serious writing. Yes, a wonderful book on the bike/building nexus I promise unto you all—although architecture books, I […]