October 2, 2017

Tyme Kiosk by Situ Studio Pops Up in Times Square

Tyme turned to Situ Studio to build their Tyme Capsule kiosk in Times Square. Photography courtesy of Situ Studio.

Vines grow on the roof and they help to conceal the generator powering the refrigerators inside the Tyme Capsule parked in Times Square until November. This vegetable-focused, sustainably minded fast-food concept was launched by alums of Fat Radish and Burger King, who turned to the master innovators at Situ Studio to bring the kiosk to fruition. “We look for projects that redefine the user experience, whatever industry they’re in,” Situ partner Aleksey Lukyanov-Cherny says. The Western red cedar slats intentionally contrast with the synthetic surroundings, and the whole 75-square-foot structure fits on a flatbed truck to take up residence at another site, outdoors or in.

Watch a time-lapse video of the kiosk coming to life:

Video courtesy of Situ Studio

The kiosk fits on a flatbed truck. Photography courtesy of Situ Studio.

The 75-square-foot kiosk. Photography courtesy of Situ Studio.

> See more from the September 2017 issue of Interior Design



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