Friday, November 14, 2008

Rapid Transit Cycleshop rehab

I designed floor and ceiling plans for a shop rehab... began, and after a month or so yielded:

Note steel railings attached to floor that provide places for customers to lean their bicycles without upsetting displays or getting in the way of traffic flow. Hanging bicycle storage system optimizes volumetric space and allows easy access to merchandise.

View from rear of shop showing color-coded ceiling racks for wheels of different sizes (top), central vise and grinder station (bottom center).

Tensioned-cable adjustable front counter system I designed and built from leftover rehab construction materials and old workbench structures. Open design facilitates movement and traffic flow, and discourages the accumulation of materials extraneous to point-of-sale activities.

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