May 10, 1950

Ben Thorp has a bachelor’s degree in Architecture and is pursuing his Masters in Architecture part time while working with CycleSpace. His research work and overseas studies in Poland evidence his special interest in urban planning, […]
May 28, 1930

Unite d’ Bicycle Nation, Copenhagen

    A stark proposition for the “city of cyclists”. Featured on Archinect. Designer: Steven Fleming. Assistants: Rafael Upcroft, Rob Maver, Abdel Soudan.
May 22, 1930

Chelsea Bike-Lovers’ Houses

    A radical rethink of the New York city block and that city’s ground plane. Designer: Steven Fleming. Assistant: Charlotte Morton Ideas first published in  “10 Points of Bicycling Architecture” in ArchDaily and reprinted in NYC property […]
May 21, 1930

Alexandria Housing & Cyclelogistics

    A never-seen-before approach to vertical access delivers bikes to every level. Designer: Steven Fleming. Assistants: Harriet Elliot and Ben Thorp. Site tour and advice: David Borella and Rebecca Short.
May 20, 1930

The Cycle-Space “Blue Map”

      A mapping technique to reveal the potential of cycling and unite communities with a big picture vision. Developed by Steven Fleming with Ben Thorpe, Charlotte Morton, Harriet Elliot and Amy Pedder.