Workshop in Uganda “Adjustable Kiosk”

It was the workshop in Uganda with the architecture students from Uganda and Japan.
There are many informal kiosks along the main road in suburban area of Uganda since main transportation means for the local people is the small route taxi and the bike taxi.
It contains a lot of local wisdom and various devices for its purpose.
After researching various types of kiosk, we tried to design a new Adjustable Kiosk.
It can be adjusted to the various situation of the site while it has a simple folding shape.

Information

Site :  Makerere University Department of Architecture、Kampala
Use: Ajustable kiosk
Material: Steel, Plywood, etc
Completion: 2015
Area:2㎡ (maximum)
Contrator:Participants
Support:The Japan Institute of Architects
Photo:TERRAIN architects
Participants:Akiko Ono, Tetsuya Saito, Yuka Minatozaki/ Tokyo Univesity of the Arts

Ibingira Gerchom Ireeta, Kamoga Ronald, Esunu Charity Aipikor, Frank Ludovic Sentamu/Makerere University

Publication : Shinkenchiku 2015.7

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