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Shanghai

The Chain Effect

A creative solution for bike parking and road crossing with a painted scape

The Chain Effect

27

Aug

2018

Shanghai

Asia/Shanghai

Chinese

Population: 22 Million30 million in 2025

GDP: 251 1,1 billion in 2025

BigMac: 2 us dollars

The Chain Effect
Yuyuan Road | Shanghai | China
 
It was commissioned by Anomaly for the Shanghai Urban Design Festival 2017. It consists of 3 different functional Painted Scapes that provide a creative solution for urban problems such as road crossing spots, bike parking segments and delivery scooter parking areas.
 
 

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The first prototypes were places in Yuyuan Road, a historical Road in Shanghai in which the Urban Design Festival took place. However afterwards the design has been replicated in many Shanghainese streets.
 
 

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Anomaly Shanghai
Elvis Chau
Ellie See
Nikel Lui
 
 
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Javier Gonzalez
Marcial Jesus


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YuYuan Road Painted Scape

Designed in collaboration with the Anomaly, it is a painted scape that provides a creative solution for urban problems such as road crossing spots, bike parking segments and delivery scooter parking areas.

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Painted Scape

Product definition

The Painted Scape is a 2d architectural configuration, which is painted and/or coated to cover a significant area of an existing urban scape. This architectural configuration only intervenes – whether vertically or horizontally - on the surface of the space.
 
The interaction takes place in the interface between the user and the painted surfaces - vertical or horizontal - in which the users finds information, signals, functional areas and spaces.
 
The main objective of the painted scape is to call attention to the existing space, inject it with a unique identity, and highlight spatial functions with 2d aesthetics. Through these actions, this intervention makes a formerly unremarkable space an attraction for users and customers.


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