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This mobile structure in Hanoi, Vietnam, by Swiss architects Bureau A has a bicycle fitted underneath so it can be cycled from place to place.
Geneva studio Bureau A designed the project as a multipurpose structure, to be used for anything from a vertical street food restaurant to an exhibition space.
The mobile structure can cycled anywhere is it needed, similar to this mobile town square that features a miniature clock tower on the back of a bicycle.
The structure belongs to Tadioto, a local bar and cultural centre who use it for art and other social events.
The bicycle was originally owned by the steel worker who built the structure, who adapted to fit in the bottom section it can be moved around easily.