Posts Tagged ‘bikes’

Colorful cruisers by Villy Customs’

June 29th, 2017

Although the bicycles’ aesthetic alone is enough to lift your mood, by owning one of Villy Custom’s “cruisers with a cause” you’re actually doing good, since for every ten bikes sold, the company donate one to a kid who is battling cancer.

Limited-Edition, Designer Bicycles by Tokyobike

May 21st, 2017

Each designer took a different approach and the results are a trio of limited-edition bikes that you can proudly sport around town knowing you’re one of the few that owns one. Each bicycle is available in limited edition via custom order in tokyobike’s Nolita store or online.

Cyclocross Wooden Bike by Paul Timmer

March 1st, 2015

Cyclocross is a sleek, natural design by Paul Timmer.

Ducati Scrambler bike

October 9th, 2014

The Scrambler retains the stylistic lines of the discontinued Ducati of yore, while incorporating technology developed from Ducati’s established quiver of sport bikes.

Ateliers Auguste store, Paris

April 25th, 2014

The store displays the Ateliers Auguste collection of bags for men, that are carefully crafted from the finest and most resistant materials in the West of France, in a 60 years old workshop. Our inspiration comes from stylish urban mobility – classic sport cars, motorbikes and bikes.

South African Bicycle Builders, Cape Town – South Africa

February 28th, 2014

As an extrapolation of the book there’s currently a small exhibition at South African market, a concept store in Cape Town that’s dedicated to local design products. Called South African Bicycle Builders, the exhibition presents a number of these classic bicycles and frames from private collections of a few of Grobler and Engelbrecht’s friends.

Monochrome Bikes store by Nidolab, Buenos Aires

May 7th, 2013

Monochrome Bikes store by Nidolab, Buenos Aires

Ducati stand by POINT studio, Milan, Cologne

December 28th, 2012

The challenge within designing the new Ducati stand lays on making a modular environment able to fully include and represent the brand values. The answer was a space expressly inspired by the Ducati’s tubular frame, a traditional feature characterizing his bikes since the very beginning.

Tokyobike store by Glass Hill, London

May 28th, 2012

The simple, all-white 1,700-square-foot interior of the shop, designed by Glass Hill, also stocks hard-to-find accessories and lifestyle pieces such as Japanese bags and housewares, and houses a bike workshop space in the basement.

Levi’s store by Como Park Studio, Amsterdam

December 16th, 2011

Maurizio Donadi’s / Levi’s’ brief was reasonably simple. The theme was called “Re-Store®” and the idea was to design and build a store that would be made from left-over, recycled, re-used or reclaimed materials.