Copenhagen designers Ian Mahaffy and Maarten De Greeve have won New York's CityRacks Design Competition with their floating circle design. Almost 5,000 cast metal 'Hoop' racks are planned to be installed throughout the city over the next 3 years.
Results First Place: Ian Mahaffy and Maarten De Greeve (Bettlelab) Second Place: Andrew Lang and Harry Dobbs Third Place: Ignacio Ciocchini
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"The final securing mechanism hasn’t been decided, but we are evaluating the sturdiest and most cost-effective method. One option is to bolt it and add a protective flange at the base. The other is to fasten it to the ground using subsurface mounting components."
Does anyone agree it's going to be hard to find a solution that will survive on the streets while preserving the desired 'floating' aesthetic?