Mobile Architecture's New Radical Homes
on 19 July 2017
There's more to mobile housing units than the trailer category. As design writer Rebecca Roke notes in her new book "Mobitecture: Architecture on the Move" (published by Phaidon), everything from floating cabins to trampoline tents now exist—thanks to entirely inspiring developments. From suspended works like Dom'Up, by Bruno de Grunne and Nicolas d'Ursel (pictured here) to huts on wheels by Olson Kundig, these abodes remind one of the sometimes mobile nature of life—and the beauty of the outside world.