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A Mobile ‘Kitchen’ for Wembley Serving Bowl Tower Work station Table & Stools

06/05/2014 1:1 Structure

Corina Angheloiu Lavinia Scaletti Mara weiss

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The Drum Concept

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Work in Progress Show

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Work in Progress show - February 2014 1:5 model of kitchen family of objects


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Work in Progress show - February 2014 1:1 rolled aluminium sink and 1:5 table drum model


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Cottrell House Coming Soon Club

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St Joseph’s Church Pastoral Centre Licence summary Only persons licensed by Brent Council's Health Safety and Licensing Section may trade from the street. A street includes any road, footway or other area that is within seven metres of a road or footway and is not enclosed and to which the public have access without payment. Street trading means the selling, exposing for sale or offering for sale of any article (including a living thing) or the supplying or offering to supply any service in a street for gain or reward.

OUTDOOR COOKING AREAS WEMBLEY TRIANGLE

Licences can only be issued for the 50 or so designated sites in the borough and there is a waiting list for these sites. Any person displaying goods outside their shop needs to have a street trading licence unless they own the forecourt to the shop. This also applies to the licensing of pavement cafes.


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Open source rules: Universal access via free license to a product’s design or blueprint. Universal redistribution of that design or blueprint, including subsequent improvments to it by anyone. 1 Over the last few years, the concept of open-source has started spreading from software (where it was first used in 1998), to financial, manufacturing and designing realms. This means that an alternative system is developing, where freely shared blueprints can be accessed and adapted to specific needs - there’s platforms suchs as Spacehive for crowdfunding, WikiHouse for housing design and build, Open Desk for furniture design, Brickstarter for development done by communities, as well as LandWiki, which is a campaign for an open map of public land.

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Existing models: WikiHouse

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Step 1: layout is downloaded and adapted if needed

Step 2: 2D layout is cut by a CNC machine

Step 2: Test joints assembly

Step 4: The frames are raised one by one

Step 5: Joints are secured with wooden pegs

Step 6: Services and cladding are added


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MAterial exploration


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Rolling aluminium

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OSB £ sheet + cut = £60 + VAT Supplied thickness: 18mm Actual thickness: 17 - 21mm

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Material choice

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Birch Plywood £ sheet + cut = £90 + VAT Supplied thickness: 18mm Actual thickness: 18 mm Weight / 4” x 8” Sheet: 32 kg Wisa Spruce Plywood £ sheet + cut = £70 + VAT Supplied thickness: 18mm Actual thickness: 17.2 - 17.5 mm Weight / 4” x 8” Sheet: 17 kg


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First joints tested on OSB 18mm


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Single top OSB chair

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First stool test


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Second iteration of the Wembley Stool

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Joint tests

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Final design construction


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Layout for cutting

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The Serving Bowl Tower Construction Sequence

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Tables and Chairs

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The construction sequence requires no glue and no screws. The vertical support elements are assembled, after which the semicircular shelves are slotted in, followed by the end joints and the tops.

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Workstation Joints

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Tables and Chairs Construction Sequence

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Adaptive use


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HOW TO DRAW LOCAL (IMMIGRANT) WOMEN OUT OF THEIR HOMES : &

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The mobile serving bowl tower has collected a 14 serving bowls from different nationalities. It is an engaging device from where the food prepared by the Cottrell Cooking Club is served at the WWW markets and other events.

From the 10th May the ‘Wembley Cooking Club’ will involve local [immigrant] women: Cooking their staple dishes, exchanging recipes and stories; the design of the ‘Wembley Kitchen’ will be tested and discussed, while getting to know the local women’s needs.

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BUILDING OCCUPATION + SUPPORT SYSTEM ON MAY 17TH WOMEN ARE INVITED TO DRAW OR BRING A PICTURE OR FABRIC OF A PATTERN THAT THEY THING BEST REPRESENTS THEIR CULTURAL HERITAGE. THESE PATTERNS WILL BE USED FOR THE FACADE DESIGN OF THE WEMBLEY KITCHEN.


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Department of Vacancy - Lavinia Scaletti

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Department of Decoding - Corina Angheloiu

MA Architecture + Information Experience Design (RCA) + Ansar Youth Club (Wembley)

+ Ansar Youth Club (Wembley)

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USING THE MOBILE WORKSTATION

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USING THE MOBILE WORKSTATION

WEMBLEY CIVIC UNIVERSITY

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FIrst outing


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Wembley Mobile Kitchen