Bus Stop Comfort - Concept Design, Designed for the TInnGO project by Sanjeevi Suganthi Pugazhenthi

Topic DesignTransport patterns & user needs

In exploring the concept of bus stop comfort, this concept has flower-inspired seats. The design explores user perception of bus stops and aesthetic cues to attract users. The seats are positioned around a suspending stem, introducing a nature inspired aesthetic sense of play. A single continuous lower surface on the floating seat transitions into a raised surface in a cyclic manner. The three seating structures are provided at different heights for people of all age groups, from children to elderly. Colour choice in this concept intentionally avoids the typical glass and steel that is so familiar in cities. In particular, yellow is used as it symbolizes ‘happiness and fun’.

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Hi Andree, I would be happy to talk with you about the concept if you are available.

16/02/2021 11h00

Hello Janet, thank you for your comments and suggestion. 

16/02/2021 10h55

This is labelled 'comfort'.

How is this defined, and how has it become embodied in the design concept


13/02/2021 13h45

I understand the nature aesthetic but the use of materials appears hard and unforgiving. I can see people easily banging their legs and bruising themselves on the seats. How could this be softened?

Also the vertical pillars do not seem to reflect the flower shaped seats.

Like Janet I am worred about the level of shelter provided against the elements, which is a real problem for all passengers.  Also in the current configuration it does not appear that buggies or ... Voir plus

13/02/2021 13h43

I love the aesthetic. Flowers and colour are inviting shapes. I think it would be great in summer when the weather is good. I understand the concept of having an 'open' feel to the bus stop. But rain and cold wind often comes sideways, so I can see this shelter as a forlorn place in bad weather.  Perhaps some drain holes in the seats would help them dry out quickly in summer showers.  

11/02/2021 12h05
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