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Bonobo by Stanislaw Ploski


  • The sleek and durable design of ‘Bonobo’  comes to the rescue of urban cyclists. Designer Stanislaw Ploski from Warsaw, Poland was thinking simplicity and functionality when he developed a bike created out of bent plywood. This bike defines sheer reliability with its strong and lightweight frame created from composite wood. As a part of the ‘perspective’ exhibition at the DMY Berlin 2011, this unique design demonstrates a remarkable effort to ensure a smooth and enjoyable ride.

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