Filed under: transportation | Tags: compact living, japanese, living, rv, transportation
Watch the video dummy.
In coastal engineering, a Tetrapod is a four-legged concrete structure used as armour unit on breakwaters. The Tetrapod’s shape is designed to dissipate the force of incoming waves by allowing water to flow around rather than against it, and to reduce displacement by allowing a random distribution of Tetrapods to mutually interlock.
Filed under: bicycle, product design | Tags: bianchi, bicycle, bike, dahon, japanese, minivelo
“Minivelo” bicycles are bicycles with small, 20″ wheels but with road
or city / hybrid bike design influences rather than the BMX bike look.
Apparently these are the shit in Japan. With more and more people on bikes these days because of our fuel crisis I’m the sure the demand will reach the tipping point and we will see these regularly in America.
via Urban Velo