Architecture · June 1, 2022 0


A New Sculptural Park Kiosk Has Opened In London

Mizzi Studio used sustainable materials like wood and traditional craft techniques, together with state-of-the-art manufacturing methods, to create a modern park kiosk. #Architecture #ParkKiosk #Design


Photography by Luke Hayes

 

practice Mizzi Studio, on behalf of artisan cafe brand Colicci, have recently completed the first of a family of nine kiosks for prominent locations throughout the Royal Parks in London.

 


Mizzi Studio used sustainable materials like wood and traditional craft techniques, together with state-of-the-art manufacturing methods, to create a modern park kiosk. #Architecture #ParkKiosk #Design

Photography by Luke Hayes

Mizzi Studio used sustainable materials like wood and traditional craft techniques, together with state-of-the- manufacturing methods, to create a simple and functional form that’s both striking and elegant.


Mizzi Studio used sustainable materials like wood and traditional craft techniques, together with state-of-the-art manufacturing methods, to create a modern park kiosk. #Architecture #ParkKiosk #Design

Photography by Luke Hayes

The kiosk features a 360-degree wood sculptural canopy that swells out like a tree’s crown creating a recognizable silhouette within the park.



This modern park kiosk features a 360-degree wood sculptural canopy that swells out like a tree’s crown creating a recognizable silhouette within the park. #Architecture #ParkKiosk #Wood

Photography by Luke Hayes