If there was ever a place for the 16th century-inspired Satelliet Market, it would be London, England. Created for the Waterloo Quarter Food Festival, which is set to run from the end of June to the end of July, the Satelliet Market is modeled after the market stalls and Roman fortune tellers of yore. Essentially a mobile theater cart, it will be roaming around British streets to entertain locals and visitors alike.
Designed by London firm Aberrant Architecture, the Satelliet Market boasts a bright blue color as well as a rooftop platform and covered seating area. Made out of metal, the firm carefully studied Hugh Alley’s sixteenth century text 'A Caveat for the City of London' to get an accurate idea of what it should look like.
16th Century-Inspired Market Stalls
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