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Vienna-based architects Anna Rosinke and Maciej Chmara of Stadtpark Collective took the pop-up restaurant craze a step further with the creation of the mobile gastfreundschaft (German for mobile hospitality.) 

The mobile installation is made up of a sink and gas hob, a sideboard and a folding table with 10 stools. Rosinke and Chmara explain that that Mobile Gastfreundschaft is a means to create awareness around community responsibility and self-initiative in public space — “The city, as a space that does not belong to anyone, but at the same time to all.” We’re with that. And hey, it looks a lot cooler than a rickety street-meat food cart.

via Dezeen