A collaborative project with artist Pam Kravetz. We designed 5 different bike racks for the Pleasant Ridge Business District in Cincinnati, OH. Responding to the fact that this is a residential community with a walkable business district, we saw that many people experienced the area on foot, with their dogs. While these racks are designed for bikes, they also work well for pets.
Powdercoated cast and fabricated aluminum.
A collaborative project with artist Pam Kravetz. The Columbia Tusculum neighborhood in Cincinnati, Oh is one of the oldest communities in the area. One of the distinctive features of this neighborhood is its architecture, in particular, a large number of carpenter gothic style homes. We used this as inspiration for designing these racks in the forms of ornate keys.
This piece was designed as part of the site amenity package for a Fischer Homes development in Union, KY. The naturalized site is about 120' long. The clover forms range from 3 to 9' in height.