Cycle Chic Films

  1. It ain't all bicycles. Thankfully.
    Dora, Mikael and Andre on Ipanema Beach.

    Shot - with difficulty - with a Canon S100 on the slow motion setting.

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  2. Thuesday October 30th 2012, 5pm-6.30pm. Danish Architecture Centre. The City on Bike #3. A series of talks by Bicycle Innovation Lab

    The City on Bike is a thematic lecture series that focuses on cycling as a generator of new urban structures, new ideas and new ways to move in the city. The speakers have all been invited on the grounds of their unique approaches to helping develop and explore cycling. Each lecture focuses on a particular bicycle design, which is explored in an urban context. The intention of the lectures is to explore the new ideas and undiscovered societal potential that can be retrieved in the intersection between bicycle design and urban planning.

    See you on Thuesday 30th October from 5 to 6.30 pm.
    The Conference Hall
    Danish Architecture Centre (DAC)
    Strandgade 27B DK
    1401 København K

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  3. Time for a zen break to a fantastic design B&B on the east coast of Sweden, from the busy everyday of the Copenhagenize/Cycle Chic offices.

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  4. Copenhagen.

    The Canon S100 has a funky slow motion film setting. 240 fps

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  5. meets Cycle Chic®. Match made in heaven.

    Director: Mikael Colville-Andersen / Cycle Chic
    Cinematographer: Theis Mortensen
    Clothes: Linda Vasel, Nathalie Foreyn and Laura Baruël - by MUUSE
    Model: Maria Bloch-Jørgensen

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    Geoff Franklin makes wood and leather bike accessories and shares his thoughts on the term "handmade" and the design process.

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