Date:January 16, 2021

15Powerful Designs That Would Transform Any City Terrifically

Living in the city can be challenging. Some problems can be solved, some cannot. But there are designers never fail to use their creative genius to improve public spaces.

Below you have a few examples or ideas of clever designs that would definitely make living in a city much easier. By the end, you’ll consider these designers your heroes!

  1. The highway has a special lane that wirelessly charges electric cars while driving.

    © GOV.UK

  2. This slide is an alternative to the escalator because sometimes adults just need to unwind.
  3. A bus with a library to make your daily trip less boring.
  4. Colorful LED benches can brighten up any dull surroundings!
  5. The elementary school in my neighborhood installed this to park scooters.
  6. Umbrella lockers that won’t let you go back home in the rain again.
  7. No more wasting your time at the bus stop, take a swing!
  8. Thanks to a bike escalator in Norway, you never have to struggle cycling up those steep hills again.
  9. There are special lights installed in restrooms that tell you what stalls are available.
  10. We’d love to have a water bottle refill fountain with a filter like this one available to everyone for free.
  11. A train has bike storage so cyclists don’t take up space with their bicycles inside the carriages.
  12. You’ll never forget what floor you parked on with elevators like this.
  13. A bus with USB chargers in every seat is a dream come true!
  14. The fountains in my neighborhood are dog-accessible.
  15. A smart crosswalk that helps alert drivers and pedestrians during nighttime or bad weather.
  16. Water dispensers prevent the roads from getting dirty.
  17. There’s a carousel with a sea turtle on the floor so disabled children don’t miss out on the fun.
  18. In this parking garage, there are soft barriers between spaces so that people won’t scratch each other’s cars.
  19. Giant hats serve as shade for people sitting at this waterfront.

 

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