arquimaña's modern food truck sells artisanal hot dogs in bilbao arquimaña's modern food truck sells artisanal hot dogs in bilbao
sep 19, 2016

arquimaña's modern food truck sells artisanal hot dogs in bilbao

 

 

arquimaña has reimagined the age-old hot dog cart, giving it a modern facelift with an emphasis on local, artisanal goods. the project, which was conceived as part of a commission by the bistro guggenheim, aims to contemporize the sidewalk staple by focusing on clean, efficient design and a high-quality product.


the design was a commission by the bistro guggenheim

 

 

the project, entitled ‘the salchibotxo’, is arquimaña’s solution to the variety of functions the design was required to fill. the frame is a solid steel structure, surfaced in oak and equipped with custom laser-cut aluminum doors that provide shade for both the vendor and customers alike. the truck is capable of holding up to 150 bottles of beer and 500 sausages, while the griddle can be easily removed for cleaning.


the stall stocks locally sourced produce and beverages

 

 

salchibotxo serves only artisanal, locally made sausages by the tathe brothers and also stocks la salve, a regional beer crafted in bilbao. it is equipped with a full stereo sound system — for use on the street or at alternative culinary events inside the bistro guggenheim.


the essence of the crafted products are evoked with a balance of tradition and modernity


hot dogs can be sold on the street, or at bistro guggenheim culinary events


salchibotxo is a cheerful, modern update to the hot dog stall


extendable aluminum doors provide shelter from the sun


the cart folds up for ease of transport


the menu is nice and simple — hot dogs

 
the hot dogs are made locally by the tathe brothers


the stall has a secret slot for tips

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: peter corboy | designboom

  • ameiiiiii!!!! love it!!!

    patricia says:
  • Excellent design. I wish there were a few of these around Gulf Shores, Alabama.

    Frederick Edward Anthony Saas, architect emeritus says:

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