In South Africa, hundreds of thousands of workers commute daily from the outlying townships or informal settlements into the cities, giving rise to street vendors. The Spaza-de-Move-on is a metal cart designed to give vendors dignity, convenience, and relief in the streets of Durban. The design incorporates a seat, trolley handle, wheels, storage area, and foldout display table. Its evolution involved bottom-up collaboration between architect Doung Anwar Jahangeer, street vendor Moses Gwiba, and South African collective Dala. Jahangeer’s work embodies a philosophy of “architecture without walls,” exploring urban spaces that unite. For Dala, a South African creative collective, Spaza-de-Move-on is an initiative that explores informal livelihoods and entrepreneurial networks.