These Multipurpose Kiosks are Inspired by Both Art and Architecture

By: Christopher Magsambol - Oct 24, 2015
References: bouroullec & wallpaper
The Bouroullec brothers have unveiled a minimalist kiosk design that will serve a variety of purposes. In approaching the project, the designers were inspired by creating something that intersected their love for art and architecture into one unified piece. Out of this framework, they created a multipurpose structure that was not tied down to one specific function or location.

Apart from the detailed conceptual work, the Bouroullec brothers have developed a kiosk design that takes only three hours to construct from start to finish. These structures are extremely versatile in its function and essentially provide a small, durable indoor space. The kiosks are composed of powder-coated steel with an oak interior. The structure also has a unique roof with a distinct overhanging roof that gives the impression of a folded screen.