Phillip Katz Project Development won the commission for the Roadside Stand in a design competition process. The design for the ‘Roadside Culture Stand’ is meant to represent the forms and materials that are familiar in our collective memory from both the urban and rural built environments in the State of Wisconsin. The design provides for a variety of different configurations for display to accommodate the varying needs of the culture stand user. The design incorporates shelving and trays that can be reconfigured in a multitude of different ways.

The design is both roadworthy and durable and will be easily operated by a single user. A welded steel frame anchors the stand to the trailer. The stand will have visibility at night or when closed. The cart will make use of the energy created through the photovoltaic panels. The access doors function as a space for community bulletin to be posted.