Tadioto by Bureau A, Conceived as a support for small pieces of lives, as an ephemeral house or as a vertical street food restaurant, it might deviate from its original yet wide function and become something else, an unexpected urban animal. A mini-concert hall? A poetry podium ? It probably just needs to circulate, to stroll around the busy streets of Hanoi and then it’ll decide by itself which disguise to adopt
Bureau A recreates Stonehenge using shipping containers
Ta đi Ôtô is a multi-storey mobile performance space and street kitchen, mounted on a tricycle and can be found riding around the streets of Hanoi. The tricycle was designed by Bureau A and photographed by Boris Zuliani.
Antoine is an itty bitty cabin hidden inside of a fake boulder that is tucked in the Swiss Alps. Designed by Swiss architecture firm Bureau A, the cabin gets its name from Charles Ferdinand Ramuz’s novel Derberance where the main character, Antoin.