Pagora by Jooyoun Kim

Pagora is an innovative concept that allows a place to put your bike while getting some rest under a lotus flower shaped spot. The design was inspired from the traditional roofing tile of Korea, yet has been modernize to enhance the appearance and functionality. Pagora features adequate space for racking one bicycle only and the rider is envisioned to be protected from the sun through its beautiful shade that protects only the heat of the sun, not the light. The frame of the concept has been made durable enough through using rigid steel pipes with glossy metallic color.

pagora frame

pagora frame

pagora frame

pagora frame

pagora frame

Designer : Jooyoun Kim



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3 thoughts on “Pagora by Jooyoun Kim

  1. It would get really crowded, especially when more and more people are opting to use their bikes to save money. Also, it would be pretty expensive and space consuming. The Japanese "Eco Cycle" seems more practical. Your design also doesn't shield people from the wind much and the seating doesn't look too comfortable. 2/5 unless you make some adjustments.

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