November 3, 2010

Bicycletecture: goddam I KNEW I would find you!

For a while I have been predicting that this shift we are witnessing in our cities, toward bicycling and away from dependence on cars, would inevitably see the appearance of buildings that celebrate bicycles, the way […]
November 2, 2010

Nobody likes an imposter

A group of social riders have chosen my local cafe as a place to lean their 15K bikes on display and sit around in matching team kits they all went out and bought as a group. […]
October 31, 2010

When can a bicycle also be art?

There can be no doubting bicycles arouse certain viewers, mainly men over 40. But then so do photos of Justin Bieber, mainly girls below 12. (Social order depends on us keeping that as it is!) I […]
October 29, 2010

Architect designed bicycle bridges

  As I so often say, pedestrians are drivers let out for air, and thus not to be given much consideration in cyclespace. "Footpaths" in cyclespace are actually cyclepaths, and the word "footbridge" is a misnomer. […]
October 28, 2010

Architects’ letters to Santa.

I have it from Peter Davidson and Donald Bates, of LAB architects, that this year they have both asked Santa for bikes with Craig Calfee’s spider web frame. Good luck with the cleaning there boys! Which […]