Thursday, June 04, 2009


Müvbox is a cracking example of mobile shedworking. Based in Montreal’s Old Port, it's a restaurant built from an old shipping container powered by solar energy. Here's what they say about it:
"This concept is a modern-day reinvention of the old-fashioned canteen which creates an experience that’s environmentally-friendly, ethical and affordable. Every night, Müvbox vanishes back into its cube, redeploying early the next morning in less than two minutes, at the touch of a button! Whether you are an Old Port regular or simply passing through, stop by and grab a bite in a modern, refined setting in a box that has been all over the world."
It's the brainchild of Daniel Noiseux who apparently brought the first wood stove pizza to Montreal.
Thanks to Jean Ju for the alert
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