Curving Ergo Crosswalk

Curving Ergo Crosswalk
Design

Can tweaking the design of a common pedestrian crossing result in fewer accidents?

Naresh Kumar
  • 6 september 2010

One of the shortlisted entries in the Seoul International Design Competition 2010 that stood out was the ‘Ergo Crosswalk’ by Korean designer Jae Min Lim. In his project, Jae tweaks the traditional shapes of Zebra crossing into curves to reflect how people jaywalk on roads.

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