Bicycle Racks .015

Design by Alberto Basaglia Natalia Rota Nodari


Modular, practical, resistand and design friendly bicycle racks. The racks are modular elements, which can also be attached by means of plates to the other elements of the collection. This is how practical seating and hooking compositions are formed. Four types of bicycle rack, from the classic on the ground with or without spacer plates, to a pole bicycle rack version, which provides the positioning of the bike between the structure, to the more innovative one in support, which has a square structure, also suitable for the function of bollard, where the bikes lean on the sides and are hooked using the whole large structure.




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URBANTIME is a registered trademark of the DIEMMEBI company, which for more than 30 years has been devoted to bringing Italian style to the furnishings of environments open to the public: schools, conference rooms, airports, hospitals. URBANTIME is a brand created to bring the same quality, passion and style to outdoor public spaces: parks, streets, bike paths, swimming pools, hotels. Over the years, this sensibility has grown, so much so that a showcase has become a true brand able to offer innovative and timely solutions to the growing demands of the market. The time we spend in urban public spaces and outdoors in general deserves the same attention and quality as the time we spend in our homes. For this reason Urbantime, literally urban time, was born. URBANTIME is the collection of furniture created to make these moments of each of our lives comfortable: when we wait for the train, when we enjoy an ice cream in the shade of a tree in a deserted square, when we allow ourselves a minute of recovery before the next training block along a bike path. Each product is the result of a chain of "minds" passionately dedicated to the same mission. The minds of those who thought them up join those who support or engineer them, those who produce them, those who tell them, those who promote and then install them, and finally those who use them.