by MoMAng (Italy)
Q-Cina is a mobile kitchen made for the street-food and for culinary events (public and private).
The design has been inspired by street-food kiosk but it is realized in an modern style and ready to be used outdoor.
Q-Cina is composed of painted metal tubes.
The work bench is made in okoumè wood with an hole where is located the circular steel sink. The lower panel is made of perforated sheet metal.
The stainless steel cooking area consists of three camping stoves resting on three supports. On the top there is a tool holder, two removable panels of different size and there is also a circular wooden cutting board.
These accessories allow Q-Cina to be more functional and usable.
MoMAng is a collective of designers from Bari founded in 2011.
Giandomenico, Francesco, Emanuele and Riccardo have joined in 2011 and have set up MoMang. Even if they have worked in different field, they share the design passion and architecture.
They take care of material research, development of projects and realization of prototypes. Each prototype is caracterized by a formal and conceptual research which grows up from the popular culture, thus they created everyday objects with an ironical point view.