Bicycles Parking 👌
Parklets are extensions of the sidewalk that function as a public space of leisure and coexistence.
Thus, while two parking spaces on the street are used by 40 people per day, a parklet, or living parking space, serves approximately 300 people during this period, as well as promoting greater social interaction among citizens, and the democratic use of the soil, not only for automobiles.
The small interventions of the parklets have a great scope in transformations of the space.
They bring the essence of the city into a small place, which can serve for a break, a rest, find a friend, read a book, and especially, serve none of these and so many other things, that is the beauty of democratic use of a public space.
They utilized weather resistant wood, steel with electrostatic painting and cement board, creating furniture with ambiguous functions of flower pots and benches, elevated ground, bicycle racks and guardrails. • 👷♂️: Estudio HAA!
• 📸: Evandro Nunes
• 📆: 2016
• 📍: São Paulo - Brazil
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