Design studio chmara.rosinke's 'project mobile hospitality' is a wheelbarrow cooking set up, table and folding stools that move from place to place.

Vienna-based design studio chmara.rosinke‘s project mobile hospitality (Mobile Gastfreundschaft) consists of a wheelbarrow kitchen, table, and ten stools that are mobile and foldable, allowing them to be transported to different locations. Designed with DIY aesthetics, the objects are made out of wood, with additional items like a foot pump for running water and pots full of spices. The idea of the project is to allow people to sit and eat in public spaces, with passers-by spontaneously joining the group: “At this big table, design meets delight and generates a very good opportunity to get to know each other.” Click through to see photos of mobile hospitality:

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