Westminster seeks kiosk designer

Westminster City Council is seeking a designer for a bespoke kiosk for traders in London’s West End.

The council is seeking a designer or architect to create an ‘iconic’ kiosk design to be piloted in four sites before potentially being rolled out to 45 kiosks across 18 sites.

The design will be piloted in Woodcock Street, Lumley Street, Marylebone Lane and Great Titchfield Street, and the council is aiming to get it on the streets by the autumn.

Councillor Robert Davis, Westminster City Council’s deputy leader and cabinet member for the built environment, says, ‘We want a kiosk which reflects the West End’s reputation as a leader in creative and cutting-edge design, and this is a unique chance for a talented designer to truly make their mark on one of the greatest cities in the world.’

Those interested in tender documents should contact Roger Austin, programme manager at Westminster City Council, on raustin@westminster.gov.uk.

The deadline for expressions of interest is 8 January.

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  • Carsten Behme November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    Re: Application

    I am currently looking for new employment with an exciting design-led company.
    I very much enjoy working in challenging and creative environment.I am looking for
    an opportunity to broaden my existing architcetural experience and provide an opportunity to progress further. I am very much interested in working for a forward thinking, progressive company.

    I have been previously involved in the design of kioks for a large scale re-/development scheme in Abu Dhabi.

    I look forward to hearing from you in the near future and the opportunity to meet and discuss my application further.

    Yours sincerely
    Carsten Behme

    email: cbehme@hotmail.com
    mobile: 07904 670 428

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