The most creative stops from around the world
• The most creative stops from around the world
Do you use public transportation? If you are a modern person, then most likely, yes, at least from time to time. And it means that you are quite used to the banal and impersonal small architectural forms hometowns. But stop can be true works of design art.
In our collection you will find a series of unusual stops that can bring a smile, a sense of nostalgia or even sincere admiration.
The bus stop in Baltimore.
Stop from the old school bus in Atlanta.
It was created by sculptor Christopher Fennell of the elements of the three old school buses. Seats, incidentally, is also there.
LEGO Stop in London.
It is located on Regent Street.
Everyone here, including signature seat and transparent wall, created from Lego parts.
The construction of the stop took 100,000 detalek famous designer.
Stop-fruit in Japan.
If you're ever in Conaghan, Nagasaki, look for the creative stops in the form of huge fruit ...
... and vegetables.
Closed stop in Dubai.
In a country where almost constant temperature stays above 37 degrees, stop, air-conditioned, which protect passengers from dust storms - a necessity, not a luxury.
from IKEA stops in Paris and New York.
The Scandinavian furniture manufacturer has long been famous for its creative advertising, which, apparently, is now part of the public and arrangement stops under the seating.
oven stop in Minnesota.
To warm their rolls in the cold.
Stop-house in California.
This stunning stop Ventura, created by the sculptor Dennis Oppenheim shows the metamorphosis of the bus, turned into a house, reminding passengers that they will soon be home.
Stop in the form of a cap for extinguishing the candles in Estonia.
In fact, this is just abstract lights, so do not worry - you will cover the cap is not.
Orange whale in the Netherlands.
This stop Hoofddorp completely made of polystyrene and polyester, making it the world's largest sculpture made of synthetic materials.
Concrete Loop in Spain.
This stop in the town of Casar de Caceres in western Spain was created by local architect Justo García Rubio of solid reinforced concrete rings.
Stop-swing with the MacBook Air advertisement (whereabouts unknown).
Psychedelic Soviet stop in Russia.
What do you think, who is the author of these unusual stops?
Of course, Zurab Tsereteli!
Stop for skateboarders in Denmark.
It is worth adding a ramp for skateboarding, and the usual stop in Copenhagen turns into a real adventure for young people waiting for a bus.
Stop-scales in Amsterdam.
This rather controversial stop showing weight of the person who sits on it. Thank you, I'll stand.
A minimalist and abstract stop in Austria. In the village of Krumbach, Austria, once free rested seven world-famous architects. What's the catch? They have created the most innovative stop, which is only able to come up with. This minimalist sculpture - the work of Belgian architect Jan de Wilder, Inge Vinca and Joe Taylle. She supposedly mimics the shape of the Alps.
This stop Spanish architects Garcia-Anton Abril and Deborah Mass is superposed oak boards.
This stop a la wooden tower Russian architect Alexander Brodsky is open on all sides to the wind and the birds could fly through it. Tables and benches provide plenty of comfort waiting for a bus.
This creation Sami Rintala, Dagur Eggertsson and Vibeke from Norway Janssen allows passengers waiting to watch the matches, reaching the nearby tennis court.
Stop, created by the winners of the Pritzker Prize Wang Shu and Lu Venu from Hangzhou, China, is a camera obscura, leaving the street on one side and mountains on the other framing.
In this glass sculpture of the Chilean architect Smiljan Radic has wooden chairs and bird feeders - a tribute to the traditions of the craftsmen of the region.
This is an open creation of thin steel rods with a spiral staircase created by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto.
Stop from old doors in Detroit.
In impoverished city few stops from the walls and roof. Therefore, designers, artists, drivers, and other inhabitants of the town rallied to create a stop of the doors: the bench at such stops are made of materials from the abandoned houses (such as old doors), and local artists decorate them as they can.
Stop with vertical garden in the Netherlands.
It was created by the Dutch architectural firm WVTTK Architects.
It is located in the center of Eindhoven and agree that adds a bit of greenery in the city streets.
Stop from recycled bottles in Kentucky.
This stop is created by the University of Kentucky student Aaron Scales, composed of bottles of soda, equipped with powerful LED lights.
The sun penetrates through the bottle, as if through the stained glass and illuminated stop light at night gained for the whole day.
Symbiosis stop in Portugal.
like these are the construction company established Like Architects.
This "worm" crawls to the existing stop giving passengers extra space and the opportunity to stay in a stately waiting for the bus.