Mobile Architecture: Construction and Design Manual
Notwithstanding the many prophets of doom that see solid, sedentary architecture sacrificed to mobile lifestyles, architects continue to take up the challenge and design portable houses. The results are often both practical and innovative, as is demonstrated on the more than 800 pages of this new title in the Construction and Design Manual series, in which 43 international design teams present works ranging from architectural follies to handicapped accessible furnishings and life-saving shelters.
By Kim Seonwook
DOM Publishers, 2012
Hardcover, 844 pages
9.2 x 2 x 11.2 inches
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