The most creative stops from around the world

The most creative stops from around the world

Categories: Design and Architecture

Do you use public transport? If you are a modern person, then most likely yes, at least from time to time. And this means that you are quite used to the banal and faceless small architectural forms of your hometowns. But stops can be real works of design art. In our selection you will find a whole series of unusual stops that can cause a smile, a feeling of nostalgia or even genuine admiration.

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The most creative stops from around the world

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The most creative stops from around the world

1. Bus stop in Baltimore.

The most creative stops from around the world

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The most creative stops from around the world

4. Stop from the old school bus in Atlanta.

The most creative stops from around the world

5. It was created by sculptor Christopher Fennell from elements of three old school buses.

The most creative stops from around the world

6. The seats, by the way, are also from there.

The most creative stops from around the world

7. LEGO stop in London.

The most creative stops from around the world

8. It is located on Regent Street.

The most creative stops from around the world

9. Everything here, including the signature, the seats and the transparent wall, is created from LEGO parts.

The most creative stops from around the world

10. The construction of the stop took 100,000 parts of the famous designer.

The most creative stops from around the world

11. Stops-fruits in Japan.

The most creative stops from around the world

12. If you ever visit Konagai, Nagasaki, look for these creative stops in the form of huge fruits…

The most creative stops from around the world

13. ...and vegetables.

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The most creative stops from around the world

15. Closed stops in Dubai.

In a country where the temperature is almost constantly above 37 degrees, air—conditioned stops that protect passengers from dust storms are a necessity, not a luxury.

The most creative stops from around the world

16. Stops from IKEA in Paris and New York.

The most creative stops from around the world

17. The Scandinavian furniture manufacturer has long been famous for its creative advertisements, which, apparently, now includes the arrangement of public stops for living rooms.

The most creative stops from around the world

18. Stop-oven in Minnesota.

To warm your buns in the cold.

The most creative stops from around the world

19. Stop-house in California.

This stunning Ventura stop, created by sculptor Denis Oppenheim, shows the metamorphosis of a bus turned into a house, reminding passengers that they will be home soon.

The most creative stops from around the world

20. Stop in the form of a candle extinguishing cap in Estonia.

In fact, it's just an abstract lantern, so don't worry — this cap won't cover you.

The most creative stops from around the world

21. Orange whale in Holland.

The most creative stops from around the world

22. This Hoofddorp stop is made entirely of styrofoam and polyester, making it the world's largest sculpture made of synthetic materials.

The most creative stops from around the world

23. Concrete loop in Spain.

The most creative stops from around the world

24. This stop in the city of Casar de Caceras in western Spain was created by local architect Justo Garcia Rubio from a solid ring of reinforced concrete.

The most creative stops from around the world

25. Stop-swing with an advertisement for MacBook Air (location unknown).

The most creative stops from around the world

26. Psychedelic Soviet stops in Russia.

The most creative stops from around the world

27. Who do you think is the author of these unusual stops?

The most creative stops from around the world

28. Of course, Zurab Tsereteli!

The most creative stops from around the world

29. Stop for skateboarders in Denmark.

It is worth adding a skateboard ramp, and a regular stop in Copenhagen turns into a real adventure for young people waiting for the bus.

The most creative stops from around the world

30. Stop-libra in Amsterdam.

This rather contradictory stop shows the weight of the person who is sitting on it. Thanks, I'll stand.

The most creative stops from around the world

31. Minimalist and abstract stops in Austria.

In the village of Krumbach, Austria, seven of the world's most famous architects once rested for free. What's the catch? They created the most innovative stop they could think of. This minimalist sculpture is the work of Belgian architects Jan de Wilder, Inge Wink and Joe Taille. It supposedly imitates the shape of the Alps.

The most creative stops from around the world

32. This stop by the Spanish architects Anton Garcia-Abril and Deborah Messa is a superimposed oak planks.

The most creative stops from around the world

33. This stop a la wooden tower by Russian architect Alexander Brodsky is open from all sides so that the wind and birds can fly through it. A table and a bench provide a comfortable enough waiting for the bus.

The most creative stops from around the world

34. This creation by Sami Rintala, Dagur Eggertsson and Vibeke Jenssen from Norway allows waiting passengers to watch matches taking place on nearby tennis courts.

The most creative stops from around the world

35. The stop, created by Pritzker Prize winners Wang Shu and Lu Wen from Hangzhou, China, serves as a pinhole camera, facing the street on one side and framing the mountains on the other.

The most creative stops from around the world

36. In this glass sculpture by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic there are wooden chairs and a bird feeder — a tribute to the traditions of artisans of the region.

The most creative stops from around the world

37. This open creation of thin steel rods with a spiral staircase was created by Japanese architect Su Fujimoto.

The most creative stops from around the world

38. Stops from old doors in Detroit.

The most creative stops from around the world

39. There are few stops with walls and a roof in an impoverished city. Therefore, designers, artists, drivers and other residents of the city rallied to create stops from doors: benches at such stops are made from materials from abandoned houses (like old doors), and local artists decorate them as they can.

The most creative stops from around the world

40. Stop with a vertical garden in the Netherlands.

The most creative stops from around the world

41. It was created by the Dutch architectural firm WVTTK Architects.

The most creative stops from around the world

42. It is located in the center of Eindhoven and, you will agree, adds a little greenery to the city streets.

The most creative stops from around the world

43. A stop of recycled bottles in Kentucky.

The most creative stops from around the world

44. This stop, created by University of Kentucky student Aaron Scales, consists of soda bottles equipped with powerful LED bulbs.

The most creative stops from around the world

45. During the day, the sun penetrates through the bottles, as if through stained glass, and at night the stop is illuminated by the light accumulated throughout the day.

The most creative stops from around the world

46. The symbiosis of a stop in Portugal.

The most creative stops from around the world

47. A similar structure was created by the company Like Architects.

The most creative stops from around the world

48. This "worm" crawls to an already existing stop, giving passengers an extra seat and the opportunity to sit impressively while waiting for the bus.

Keywords: Bus | Creative | Bus stop

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