Year: 2015
Phase: Competition
Status: closed
Client: Chicago Architecture Biennial
Location: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Gross floor area: max. 200 sf

Program: The kiosk will have a commercial function on the lakefront during the summer (May-August). Its design must flexibly accommodate a changing roster of vendors, which may vary from year to year. In addition, the kiosk should be easily transportable for possible installation at different locations. An iconic work of architecture that will attract visitors and enliven the lakefront year-round—including the off-season months (September-April), when its retail services will be suspended. Prior to its installation on the lakefront, the kiosk will be exhibited in Millennium Park as part of the Chicago Architecture Biennial (October 2015–January 2016). Applicants should identify a compelling cultural program for the kiosk while it is on display in Millennium Park. The proposed program should engage a diverse audience, including the general public and visitors to the Chicago Architecture Biennial. Examples of possible programs include: performances, film projections, visual art displays, a community center, etc. (excerpt from competition brief)

Team: André Schmidt, Barbora Srpkova, Lena Schrade, Kresimir Petric
Jahr: 2015
Phase: Wettbewerb
Status: abgeschlossen
Bauherr: Chicago Architecture Biennial
Ort: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Größe: max. 200 sf

Programm: The kiosk will have a commercial function on the lakefront during the summer (May-August). Its design must flexibly accommodate a changing roster of vendors, which may vary from year to year. In addition, the kiosk should be easily transportable for possible installation at different locations. An iconic work of architecture that will attract visitors and enliven the lakefront year-round—including the off-season months (September-April), when its retail services will be suspended. Prior to its installation on the lakefront, the kiosk will be exhibited in Millennium Park as part of the Chicago Architecture Biennial (October 2015–January 2016). Applicants should identify a compelling cultural program for the kiosk while it is on display in Millennium Park. The proposed program should engage a diverse audience, including the general public and visitors to the Chicago Architecture Biennial. Examples of possible programs include: performances, film projections, visual art displays, a community center, etc. (aus den Wettbewerbsunterlagen)

Team: André Schmidt, Barbora Srpkova, Lena Schrade, Kresimir Petric
Year: 2015
Phase: Competition
Status: closed
Client: Chicago Architecture Biennial
Location: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Gross floor area: max. 200 sf

Program: The kiosk will have a commercial function on the lakefront during the summer (May-August). Its design must flexibly accommodate a changing roster of vendors, which may vary from year to year. In addition, the kiosk should be easily transportable for possible installation at different locations. An iconic work of architecture that will attract visitors and enliven the lakefront year-round—including the off-season months (September-April), when its retail services will be suspended. Prior to its installation on the lakefront, the kiosk will be exhibited in Millennium Park as part of the Chicago Architecture Biennial (October 2015–January 2016). Applicants should identify a compelling cultural program for the kiosk while it is on display in Millennium Park. The proposed program should engage a diverse audience, including the general public and visitors to the Chicago Architecture Biennial. Examples of possible programs include: performances, film projections, visual art displays, a community center, etc. (excerpt from competition brief)

Team: André Schmidt, Barbora Srpkova, Lena Schrade, Kresimir Petric