Martin Angelov is an architect, who currently holds a Master of Architecture from University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy in Sofia, Bulgaria.
He is best known for what he calls as Kolelinia, a pioneering idea for how cyclists and pedestrians could move at the city of the future. This system is meant to handle commuting bikes on a steel wire high above traffic to connect popular destinations. His idea was selected as the City Transportation winner in the Line of Site international architecture competition last year.
Martin is also a TEDx speaker. He spoke at TEDxBG this January. Until May 9th, you can watch his previous talk here.