Two Tiered Bike Pagoda Provides Cafe And Elevated Cycling Track [Pics]

Two Tiered Bike Pagoda Provides Cafe And Elevated Cycling Track [Pics]

Multipurpose pavilion is a new type of sculpture park for city spaces, which offers cyclists rentals and a place to ride.

Emma Hutchings
  • 22 may 2012

NL Architects are building a bicycle club for housing corporation VANKE in Southern China, which accommodates bike rental and a café. Plans for the pavilion include a distinctive protruding roof with elegant curves that mimics the shape of a traditional pagoda. While the café would be situated below, the upper level provides a cycling track so visitors can ride around the oversized top. Click through to see pictures of the proposal, which has just been given the green light:

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