Waiting Game: Architect-designed Bus Stops

Househappy —  May 20, 2014 — 1 Comment

This is what happens when you ask top architects to design bus shelters.

The tiny Austrian village of Krumbach asked seven prize-winning architects to redesign their bus stops, which were built by local craftsmen. You can read more about the process over at Fast Company

The results? Public transit that’s worth the wait.

Images: © Adolf Bereuter, via Fast Company



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