A designer ladder by Sou Fujimoto
Yuri Palmin Take to the skies! The famous Japanese architect, Sou Fujimoto, has chosen to create a white structure with a staircase. Ideal to watch for the arrival of your bus as well as to admire the beauty of the surrounding landscapes.
Two cubes stacked by the architects of Rintala Eggertsson
Yuri Palmin The architects Sami Rintala and Dagur Eggertsson imagined a very conceptual and design bus shelter. Composed of two stacked cubes, this futuristic bus stop also allows you to gain height. Hat!
A wooden shelter by Amateur Architecture Studio
Yuri Palmin Behind Amateur Architecture Studio, hide the Chinese architect Wang Shu and his wife Lu Wenyu. This couple imagined a wooden bus stop whose structure plays on the perspectives and offers a breathtaking view of the surrounding valley. You will no longer see the time go by.
A futuristic bus shelter by the architects of Vylder Vinck Taillieu
Yuri Palmin The three Belgian architects Jan De Vylder, Inge Vinck, and Jo Taillieu have created a metal structure, specially designed to protect travelers from the elements. Brilliant idea!
A board overlay by Ensamble Studio
Yuri Palmin The Spanish Antón García-Abril and Débora Mesa, architects of the Ensamble Studio, played the card of simplicity by betting on the overlapping of planks. At the finish, a very natural result which fits particularly well into the Krumbach landscape.
A Little Tower by Alexander Brodsky
Yuri Palmin End of the visit to the new design bus shelters of Krumbach by the realization of the Russian architect Alexander Brodsky. Similar to a small watchtower, this bus stop has a bench and table, an ideal arrangement for playing a game of cards or even having a snack while waiting for the arrival of the bus.