Chicago outdoor dining design competition winners announced – Chicago Tribune
13 octubre 2020
These small, modular and adjoining cabins outfitted with radiant floor heating fit in a standard street parking space. The idea, proposed by Amy Young’s team at the firm ASD | SKY, based out of Atlanta and San Francisco, was inspired by ice-fishing huts. The structures feature transparent windows to make “diners feel part of the community while safely social distancing from other diners.” Each cabin also has a vent near the ceiling for air circulation, and is constructed with simple materials, with furniture, walls and floors that can be cleaned between guests. The cabins are meant to be low cost, ADA-accessible and easily replicated to suit parking spaces throughout the city.