[Re] Cycle: Bicycle Factory becomes a node in Philadelphia’s Reading Viaduct Project. With countless options for the design of the Viaduct, a pedestrian path or bike path is likely to be constructed; this then welcomes the link for pedestrian travel through the city. Being in such a location as the convergence of the arms of the Viaduct makes it a high activity area allowing for bike manufacturing, sales, rentals and repair. To maximize the floor area ratio, the building is extruded from the site and then into the Viaduct. It is then conformed to a structural grid that is derived from the train tressel atop the viaduct, twisting the city grid to merge with the Viaduct’s grid. This allows for a northern sawtooth roof to develop, capturing northern diffused light perfect for displays. Finally the building is lifted from the ground to create a connection between the interior and exterior. As a result of manufacturing foldable bikes, the building itself resembles the folding and efficiency of the bike. The facade folds from the Viaduct side to the street in the same material, expressing the fold.