‘tulip fun fun’ and ‘grazz’ bike racks by margus triibmann
margus triibmann of estonian design studio keha3 has created two bike racks, ‘tulip fun fun’ and ‘grazz’. made from flexible elastic, both systems accommodate multiple directions of bike placement as well as various heights and frame types. drawing from tulip and grass fields, the repeating forms create an artificial barrier that reinserts the versatility of nature into the urban environment.
the racks can be affixed to the ground by using wedge anchors or by casting the components directly into concrete.
‘tulip fun fun’ in use
‘tulip fun fun’ accommodating a different type of bike
demonstrating the flexibility of ‘tulip fun fun’
demonstrating the flexibility of ‘grazz’
‘grazz’ is made from plastic covered metal cables, with metal loops at their ends for attaching locks. both the structure’s protective plastic and elastic form help to protect bikes from scratches.
‘grazz’ in use
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