From the street of Shanghai to New York, the pedicab has proven to be a friendly and a green alternative to the car. In many Asian and South American countries, the rickshaw is the primary means of transport and livelihood for millions of people. Kenneth became conceptualizing, civilized and High tech version of this humble three wheeler using the bicycle spoke as a design metaphor.
Made of aluminum and woven with recyclable polyethylene, this composition of circle forms a lightweight frame bound in place with a tight wave and cover on the top with insulated fabric. The seats, handlebars and headrest are made of hand stitched weatherproof vinyl. Appointed with such unexpected luxuries such an Ipod docking, speakers,cup older on either side, a cooling fan for comfort and fully closable panels on all side, Cobonpue has taken this clean quite perviously commonplace conveyance to a hole new level with the style and craftsmanship that have become the new hallmark of the brand.
2 Responses to “‘Eclipse,’ Rickshaw by Kenneth Cobonpue”
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.