Living in Motion Design and architecture for flexible dwelling

Flexibility, mobility and versatility – these three qualities have for a long time driven technological and formal innovations in design and architecture forwards, specifically since Modernism. “Living in Motion” is the first interdisciplinary account of the different types of flexible living. The books present works by modernist and contemporary architects and designers such as Charles and Ray Eames, Buckminster Fuller, Jean Prouvé, Joe Colombo or Shigeru Ban, contrasting them with the flexible houses and installations featured in non-European cultures

Text: Schwartz-Clauss Mathias, Dibers Peter & Strannegard Lars et al. cm 24×28; pp. 272; COL; paperback. Publisher: Vitra Design Museum , Berlin, 2002.

ISBN: 9783931936358| 393193635X

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Flexibility, mobility and versatility – these three qualities have for a long time driven technological and formal innovations in design and architecture forwards, specifically since Modernism. “Living in Motion” is the first interdisciplinary account of the different types of flexible living. The books present works by modernist and contemporary architects and designers such as Charles and Ray Eames, Buckminster Fuller, Jean Prouvé, Joe Colombo or Shigeru Ban, contrasting them with the flexible houses and installations featured in non-European cultures