In December 2006, 100 kiosks produced by kiosk-maker Primur were installed by the city of Madrid throughout three different handicraft markets. They are used during several types of temporary festivities and the open markets through the city. These kiosks are made of naturally rusted steel plates. The archetypical shape and uniform materialisation makes it look like a very minimalist ‘house’. The combination of several ‘houses’ in one square resembles a small village. When the kiosk is opened, it transforms into a ‘house with a chimney’: the front side is elevated above the roof. Different houses are lighted in different colours. The lighting gives it another feature: an illuminated publication sign advertising its content, full of surprises.