Bus Shelter Made From Salvaged School Buses

by , 11/02/09

sustainable design, green design, bus shelter, christopher fennell, school buss, recycled materials, repurposed school bus, adaptive reuse

Decommissioned school buses get sent to the scrapyard every day, so sculptor Christopher Fennell created this brilliant yellow bus shelter to keep the spirit of these buses going round and round. Situated in Athens, Georgia, the shelter is composed of three iconic yellow school buses dating from the years ’62, ’72, and ’77. To create it Chris carefully chose pieces from the scrapped buses and then welded them together along with seats taken from an old city line. We love how the shelter’s beautiful reuse of salvaged materials perfectly suits its new purpose as it stands ready to welcome passengers as they wait for their next bus.

+ Christopher Fennell

Via SpaceInvading

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