Author(s): Rebecca Roke
Mobile architecture in all its wonderful variety - a lively collection of mobile, portable, and movable structures of all kinds
Celebrate mobile architecture in all its forms with this visual ode to life on the move. Ranging from quirky to sensible and from rustic to deluxe, featured projects include houseboats, huts, and tricked-out caravans, alongside disaster shelters, wearable structures, and futuristic prototypes. This compactly designed package features more than 250 colour photographs and a smart, engaging layout that will appeal to anyone who appreciates the power of good design.
"Inspiring, well thought-out, innovative, useful, or simply outrageous looking constructions... [A] contagious visual ode to life on the move."—Damn
"Portable structures are really going places... Some designs offer affordable solutions in cities where living costs are sky-high... Others, though, are just plain bonkers."—Conde Nast Traveller
Rebecca Roke writes about architecture and design, drawing on her architectural background and extensive experience editing and researching in that field. Rebecca was previously editor of Monument magazine in Australia and for Foster + Partners in London. She is the author of Nanotecture, also published by Phaidon.