Designed by Juan Pablo Zapata Martinez, the KoH is an eye-catching riksha concept for public transport. KoH (meaning horse) is generally referred to bicycles and it also stands for an ecological transport system. The project was specifically designed to perform in the city of Bogotá, Colombia, as an alternative to public transport for short distances. This designer rickshaw is intended to help create jobs for the poor. The formal proposal uses the fluidity in the organic shapes for transit through the city with other vehicles. The sides of the KoH have been left open for visibility and natural lighting. The aerodynamic shape of the vehicle is another highlight. Finally, the colors used represent their environmental object. The KoH is handled by one person in the front cabin, with two passengers in the back side.
Thanks, Juan Pablo Zapata