Designer Nicolas Belly is located in the town of Bordeaux in France. His wooden bike is one of two cut out designs that are fun and youthful. The gallery shows the process for assembling the wooden bike, as well as some shadows having a lot of fun on it.
Nicolas Belly won second prize from the L’Argus Design Competition for his design, to which I say: Second place? Come on, this is first rate stuff here. The peeps at L’Argus need to wake up.
Wooden Bike by Nicolas Belly is Assembled from a Flat Piece of Wood
1. Wooden Bicycle Designs - There is an opportunity for designers to further innovate and improve on wooden bike designs to make them more practical and efficient.
2. Flat Pack Manufacturing - The flat pack design approach can be applied to other manufacturing industries, reducing production and shipping costs while making it easier for the consumer to assemble products.
3. Sustainable Transportation - Creating sustainable transportation options like wooden bikes can be an opportunity for companies to contribute towards a greener future while meeting consumer demands for eco-friendly products.
1. Bicycle Manufacturing - Bicycle companies can incorporate wooden bike designs into their product offerings to provide consumers with a unique option that is both stylish and environmentally friendly.
2. Furniture Manufacturing - The flat pack design concept can be applied to furniture manufacturing, allowing for easy assembly and reduced shipping and production costs, as well as providing consumers with a practical and customizable option.
3. Sustainable Product Manufacturing - Creating products that contribute to a sustainable future, such as wooden bikes and flat pack furniture, can be an opportunity for companies to tap into the growing demand for environmentally conscious products.