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    I have been riding the streets of Barcelona on my Brompton for over nine years. When Brompton approached me to create graphics for a bike inspire… Read More
    I have been riding the streets of Barcelona on my Brompton for over nine years. When Brompton approached me to create graphics for a bike inspired in my hometown I felt it was an amazing project that combined two of my passions. The main challenge was to avoid the several clichés associated with Barcelona. How could I make something good without Gaudí and Messi and, at the same time, recognizable enough to everybody! When I was a kid I always enjoyed the way to school, walking past an array of posters on walls. My walks were rather short but long enough to appreciate and memorize details from those pieces of street art. That everyday experience from my childhood, strongly connected with the pulse of city life, was the seed of my passion for design that implanted deep within me, made the urban designer I am today. I tried to do something unconventional but meaningful that's why I based my design concept on something that is part of the city’s anatomy: the Eixample’s grid. Eixample is a transitional district between the old Barcelona and its former surrounding towns. Barcelonans are very proud of this part of the city where aesthetics and functionality meet. I was involved as much as I could in every stage of the production process. Brompton was very effective in partnering and helped me a lot to achieve the best prototype model. The final result is exactly what I was looking for. Read Less
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For the design of this bike I tried to do something unconventional but meaningful that's why I based my design concept on something that is part of the city’s anatomy: the Eixample’s grid. Eixample is a transitional district between the old Barcelona and its former surrounding towns. Barcelonans are very proud of this part of the city where aesthetics and functionality meet.