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Ola

This bench, designed following eco-design strategies, takes street furniture to a new level. Equally at home in urban or natural surroundings, the fluid lines create a variety of seating options within one bench. The materials used are recycled aluminium for the base and steel for the seat, chosen for their recyclable and durable properties; it has a bright and resistant powder coated finish ideal for outdoor use in all weathers. Designed in Mexico City by Daniel Olvera, Hiroshi Ikenaga, Alice Pegman and Karime Tosca.

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Risky Trailer

Risky Trailer is an extention of the Risky Shop's philosophy. It is a mobile rack in the shape of old school polish trailer but made of pipes. These pipes became recognizable boutique's display of cool brand: Risk MadeInWarsaw. Transformable pop up shop is full of functions: fitting room, desk, rack, display. This multifunctionality reminds Risky Shop powered by smallna - place for fashion, art and design. Trailer is lightened by pure vintage lamps exactly like risky collection reflected in the showroom with lighting from 30's to 80's Finally trailer is a sculptural object.

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YoYo bench

The design of the YoYo bench is inspired by the word YoYo - a call to promote individuality through the creative abbreviation of the word YOU, while at the same time it works as a homage to youth culture through the modern salute of teenagers (Yo). The letters are combined in such a way that the word YoYo is readable both from the front and upper views. Designed to inspire green-thinking, the YoYo bench in environmentally friendly made of O.S.B. material from recycled and compressed wood. The YoYo bench aspires to open a dialogue through more expression, communication and interaction.

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Smartstreets-Cyclepark™

The Smartstreets-Cyclepark™ is a versatile, streamlined bike parking facility for two bicycles which fits in minutes to enables rapid improvement of bike parking facilities across urban areas without adding clutter to the street scene. The equipment helps reduce bike theft and can be installed on even the most narrow streets, releasing new value from existing infrastructure. Made of stainless steel the equipment can be RAL colour matched and branded for Local Authorities or sponsors. It can also be used to help identify Cycle routes. It can be reconfigured to fit any size or style of column.

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Eye of Ra'

The ambition of this design is to merge ancient Egyptian history with the futuristic fluid methodology of design. It is a literal translation of Egyptian most iconic religious tool into a fluid form of street furniture that borrows the characteristics of the flowing style where no specific shapes or design is advocated. The Eye represents both the male and female counterparts in the procreation of God Ra. The street furniture hence is presented in a sturdy design symbolizing masculinity and strength while its curvaceous looks portray femininity and gracefulness.

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Phone Box

Designed to have a transparent enclosure, PhoneBox is a modern phone-booth almost blending in with the city thanks to its elegant look. Unlikely to generate a solid body incoherent with the concept, PhoneBox perfectly fits the urban environment where the space is aimed to be brought to the fore. Emphasizing an easy access both to communication and information, optionally illuminated closed roof also serving as a canopy assures the people by offering a safe yet not isolated place among the crowd.

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