Architecture and design writer Rebecca Roke has released a new book which looks at mobile, portable and movable architectural structures, called Mobitecture: Architecture on the Move.
Designed by StudioKanna, the book features photos of more than 250 mobile architectural structures, ranging from tents and caravans to designs that look to tackle social issues such as the refugee crisis and homelessness.
It is arranged into eight chapters based on the projects’ means of mobility – Human; No Wheels; One & Two Wheels; Three Wheels; Four Wheels; 5+ Wheels; Sleds and Water.
Every project includes details of the structure, the name of the architect, designer, artist or maker, the country of origin, and its completion date.
Mobitecture: Architecture on the Move is published by Phaidon.