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FGP Bike Rack

Designed By Francisco Gomez Paz

Part of the FGP collection

With fresh and sculptural appeal, the FGP bike rack introduces visually intriguing form that echoes that of a bicycle frame. The rack is affixed to the ground at a single base to simplify installation. Like in other elements from the FGP collection, all components come together elegantly with minimized or hidden fasteners. 


Securely stores 2 bikes per rack 

Meets Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals guidelines

Accommodates a variety of commonly used locks 

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Francisco Gomez Paz

Francisco Gomez Paz is an Argentina-born industrial designer who founded his Milan design practice in 2004. Paz has developed products for leading design companies including Artemide, Driade, Luceplan, Olivetti and Sector. His work has received international awards, including the Good Design Award, the Red Dot Award, the Compasso d’Oro and, together with Alberto Meda, the 2011 First Prize of the Index Award for the Solar Bottle, which was selected for MOMA’s Study Collection. His FGP Collection for Landscape Forms is part of the company’s Global 45 group of products designed for international application, manufactured with mass produced parts, and customized by regional materials.

If you’d like to request a quote, finish and material samples, or information about making modifications to this product, please contact your Landscape Forms representative.  

All colors, textures and patterns represented on the Landscape Forms website are approximate and may vary from samples and final product. 


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