The itinerant market module project had to be ecological, made of recycled material, transportable and assembled, flexible in design, economical and could be a “little house” or kiosk type, a recognizable icon in any geographic location in Peru. Being able to be located in different urban and rural contexts, being able to adopt different configurations to reactivate public space, they are ephemeral locations, however the impact within the urban dynamics invites us to rethink other ways of intervening in the city. The project vindicates the idea of the town market, of the street market, which has been disappearing with the incursion of more retail-type commercial formats. The module can act by itself or by joining other modules. The entire design is made of OSB, a recyclable chipboard sheet, and it can also be adapted to LCD screens and all the graphics, both infographics.