An 18m, laser-cut stainless steel cityscape is the brainchild of product designer Sam Buxton and UK skateboard champion Pete King. Under car manufacturer Vauxhall’s scheme to encourage ‘innovative style and design’ (DW 22 April 2004), the pair has collaborated to produce VX Skate City, a warehouse obstacle course of ramps and jumps for skateboarders. ‘We were given some cash by Vauxhall and a warehouse and left to see how design could meet pro skating,’ says Buxton.
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