Mobile Architecture
January 2011
Editor: Various


Although flexible modes of living draw on an age-old tradition and a wide variety of cultures, recent changes in living conditions and technical advances have greatly increased the relevance of flexibility. As working and private lives increasingly overlap, a mobile lifestyle becomes more important. Today, more than ever, people are seeking a way of living which is not tied to fixed patterns and predetermined locations. Mobile Architecture contains examples of mobile structures by Bakoko, Andrew Kline, atelierBASE, Atelier OPA, 3GATTI, 2RAM, Böhltingk Architectuur, Kraaijvanger Urbis, Tectoniks, studio dass, Zo_Loft, zerOgroup, Vincent Callebaut Architecte and others. This is part 1 in the new Damdi Archive Series.