Name: Bus shelters Location: Chicago, Illinois (proposed) Size: Approx. 15′ long x 7’deep x 9′ high Cost: Completed: Unbuilt This design for a bus shelter prototype attempts to break away from the traditions of a “stubby glass box” by instead adding a sense of shelter through the enclosing action of a curve. On the sidewalk, the curve smoothes pedestrian flow around it. The curve is also inherently more structurally stable and offers a maximum, but subtle, opportunity for maps and signage to be viewed from the sidewalk and street. Images and description courtesy of Daniel P. Coffey & Associates, Ltd. Architectural work completed by Brian Rich at Daniel P. Coffey & Associates, Ltd.