Ta đi Ôtô is a seven-storey mobile performance space and street kitchen, mounted on a tricycle.
It has a multipurpose structure to be used for anything from a vertical street-food restaurant to an exhibition space. Street vendors can now be mobile and versatile.
The designer, architect Daniel Zamarbide initially designed it for a local bar and cultural center in Hanoi, Vietnam. The tricycle is made from a framework of blue-painted recycled steel tubes. The mobile structure also has a small PVC roof and a battery-powered fan and lights.