If you are into absurd but irresistible solutions to major urban problems, you’ll want to check out Martin Angelov’s award-winning proposal for a bike lane in the sky.
“The first crazy idea which came to my mind was to make flying bicycle lanes,” he explains to ArchDaily, “using steel wire, something like ski lift but working on the opposite principle in which the wire is static and it doesn’t need electricity.”
Yes, he’s serious. And yes, it’s awesome.
(Thanks, The Rumpus.)