By Thia Shi Min, 14 Nov 2013 Source: DesignTaxi
Swiss architectural firm Bureau A has converted a tricycle into a seven-story restaurant as well as a performance and exhibition space in Hanoi, Vietnam. Called ‘Ta đi Ôtô’, this installation was made for Tadioto, a local bar and cultural center. The steel frame, which was owned by a steel worker, was adapted to fit the bottom part of the tricycle, and the space has been fitted with a small PVC roof, a battery-operated fan and some lights. The design of this pop-up restaurant is also flexible, and can be adjusted to accommodate people. Watch this cool tricycle in action below.
Images of Restaurant
Images in the series about the tricycle restaurant.[via Dezeen Magazine and Pop Up City]