Although the market had to be mobile and the stalls had
to be provisional, it was important to convey a sense of permanence, so
as to radiate a strong sense of “a
place” when the market was on site.
The site plan located the stalls along “streets” and “squares.” This repetitive pattern took a different form in accordance with the site conditions in each location.
The stalls themselves featured different shapes and
sizes, and were made of modular steel elements that could be dismantled
The rainbow of colors, in combination with the exciting variety of goods, generated that special character and atmosphere of this unique type of a market.