The site for this project stretches from Linenhall Street to Saintfield Road, through the A24 motorway in Belfast. Since the advent of the automobile in early 19th century, motorways have recurrently threatened and impaired social interaction within communities. The city of Belfast, with its predominantly car-friendly thoroughfares, is not exempted from this problem. This project explores ways to combat this by reclaiming street space for its people via the creation of street markets. Portable market stalls were designed to be set up along the site as an incentive to induce social, economic and cultural vigour into the area. The stalls are designed to not impair the street’s conventional use for transportation. They are compact and can be stored away when not in use. Ergonomic comfort of stall occupants was also a design priority. Varying the location of stalls along the street will enrich experience of daily commuters and shoppers. The summative outcome will be a rejuvenated and vibrant street-front with increased people presence.