draisienne IKEA frosta stool bicycle hack draisienne IKEA frosta stool bicycle hack
mar 31, 2013

draisienne IKEA frosta stool bicycle hack

‘IKEA frosta stool bicycle hack’ by samuel bernier + andreas bhendsimage courtesy samuel bernier



PRODUCT NEWS: designers samuel bernier and andreas bhends have conceived ‘draisienne’, the chair-cum-bicycle developed using a series of IKEA hacks with bespoke 3D printed parts and instructions. using modified components from the frosta stool, a fully functioning bike is born.



draisienne ikea hack by samuel bernier + andreas bhends
video courtesy le fabshop



finished construction – illustrationimage courtesy samuel bernier



the chair-cum-bicycle is developed using a series of IKEA hacks with bespoke 3D printed parts and instructionsimage courtesy samuel bernier



using modified components from the frosta stool, a fully functioning bike is born.image courtesy samuel bernier

sketchesimage courtesy samuel bernier

  • I cannot understand, it is impossible to ride without help, and even with someone pushing with the handle at the back, that does not look like a comfortable seat. Still a creative idea though, It’d be fun to see a fully functioning one.

    Buddha says:

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