David Roman Lieshout


Prizes: Rene Smeets Award Nominee, Keep an Eye Grant Nominee

Department: Man and Activity

The corridor bicycle

As urban densities increase, the lack of space for parking bikes does too. When he was living in London, David Roman Lieshout noticed a lot of people carrying their bicycle into their homes and leaving it in the hallway. The Corridor Bicycle has been designed to fit in. It has a compact, light-weight aluminium frame that can easily be carried up three stairs and hung on the wall from a single hook. Instead of making the frame foldable – which would make it heavier to handle – David has opted for handlebars and pedals that can be turned sideways to save space. They easily click back for a quick ride to the supermarket: your groceries are safely transported on the smart bag holder in front of you.

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Copyright: Design Academy Eindhoven
Photographs: Lisa Klappe