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K I O S K D E S I G N
F. Y. B.ARCH ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
Prof. Bhakti Godambe Prof.Suvarna Lele
Prof. Arimita Roy Prof.Tanu...
Kiosk.
A small open-fronted hut or cubicle from
which newspapers, refreshments, tickets, etc.
are sold.
A kiosk is a small...
A kiosk is also a small, separated garden pavilion open on
some or all sides. The term now applied to small booths
offerin...
Kiosk - Basis of design
• Refreshment
• Information
• Ticketing
• ATM
• Reception
Function / Utility
• Indoor
• Out door
L...
Design of Kiosk.
Design
Aspects
Form/
Colour
Material
Site
Specific
1.Kiosks complement the common areas, as well as provide
visibility and individuality to merchandise displays. High
visibi...
Function / Utility
Counter design plays an important role in the perception
of the overall kiosk quality. It establishes the framework
for di...
Signage acts as an identity sign for kiosks’.
Signs are to be compatible with the overall kiosk design
concept and must re...
Location
Structure
Form-
Design and construction
•Aesthetic design
•Manufacturing volume
•Graphic messaging
•Maintenance and thermal
design
•...
Material
Materials Materials that are upscale in quality, resist wear and dirt penetration
and are easily maintained is recommended...
Sketches
Site Specific
Case Study
Model
Conclusion:
1.The kiosk to be designed, should be suitable both for exterior, as
well as interior and would be best if its...
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A small open-fronted hut or cubicle from which newspapers, refreshments, tickets, etc. are sold.
A kiosk is a small physical structure that displays information for people walking by. 

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Kiosks Design

  1. 1. K I O S K D E S I G N F. Y. B.ARCH ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Prof. Bhakti Godambe Prof.Suvarna Lele Prof. Arimita Roy Prof.Tanushree Mohanty
  2. 2. Kiosk. A small open-fronted hut or cubicle from which newspapers, refreshments, tickets, etc. are sold. A kiosk is a small physical structure that displays information for people walking by.
  3. 3. A kiosk is also a small, separated garden pavilion open on some or all sides. The term now applied to small booths offering goods and services and to freestanding computer terminals. Vendors operate from kiosks, selling small, inexpensive consumables such as newspapers, magazines, street maps, and confections. An information kiosk (or information booth) dispenses free information in the form of maps, pamphlets, and other literature, and/or advice offered by an attendant
  4. 4. Kiosk - Basis of design • Refreshment • Information • Ticketing • ATM • Reception Function / Utility • Indoor • Out door Location • Temporary • Permanent Nature
  5. 5. Design of Kiosk. Design Aspects Form/ Colour Material Site Specific
  6. 6. 1.Kiosks complement the common areas, as well as provide visibility and individuality to merchandise displays. High visibility from all sides is recommended. Challenge is to create unique design concepts in their finishes, lighting, signage and merchandising displays. 2.Primary emphasis is on creativity, individuality, dynamic and three dimensional variety, quality materials, and most of all, a strong retail image.
  7. 7. Function / Utility
  8. 8. Counter design plays an important role in the perception of the overall kiosk quality. It establishes the framework for displays and is the element that comes into the closest contact with customers. Counters are the “store front” for the kiosks. Encouraged to combine multiple display methods into an organized and balanced counter. Counter Design Chop stick kiosk by vision division
  9. 9. Signage acts as an identity sign for kiosks’. Signs are to be compatible with the overall kiosk design concept and must receive the same quality of design and construction. Identity signs in general: • states the store name and/or logo, and • may not advertise or list items sold. Sign shop drawings for all signs, logos and graphics must be visible from everywhere.
  10. 10. Location
  11. 11. Structure
  12. 12. Form- Design and construction •Aesthetic design •Manufacturing volume •Graphic messaging •Maintenance and thermal design •Component specification •Ergonomic •Durability
  13. 13. Material
  14. 14. Materials Materials that are upscale in quality, resist wear and dirt penetration and are easily maintained is recommended. For exterior kiosks, coating must be provided to prevent vandalism, as well as suitable coating to provide protection from various climatic situations. Counter Tops • Ceramic Tile • “Corian” or similar • Metal - stainless or painted steel, brass, copper, aluminum • Natural Stones - marble, granite, slate • Glass Counter Fronts • Porcelain Tile in non-standard sizes • Glass blocks • Fiberglass-reinforced concrete fabrications Casework- quality hardwood • Metal - stainless or painted steel, brass, copper, aluminum • Glass,bamboo,mud bricks,ferrocement,cast iron. • Ceramic tile for accent only Interiors • Solid color plastic laminate
  15. 15. Sketches
  16. 16. Site Specific
  17. 17. Case Study
  18. 18. Model
  19. 19. Conclusion: 1.The kiosk to be designed, should be suitable both for exterior, as well as interior and would be best if its made prefabricated. Hence, a proper site study is not essential. 2.Designing an easy to assemble unit, with lightweight materials is recommended. The form of the kiosk must be made interesting. The counter must be properly designed, as it will act as the “store front”. 3.Lighting must be made interesting as well. Dark kiosks with contrasting colours catches attention fast. Equal importance must be given to the signage of the kiosk, not sacrificing on the materials chosen, and the construction technique as well. 4.Proper colours must be chosen, merging it with the exterior colours, or making it stand out by using contrasting colours. Care must be taken to provide proper exterior finishes to the material for protection from climatic conditions, as well as vandalism. 5.Essential storage space must be provided, and should be kept concealed.

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