Flexibility, mobility and versatility: these three qualities have
driven technological and formal innovations in design and
architecture at least since modernism. "Living in Motion" is the
first interdisciplinary account of flexible living, presenting
works by modernist and contemporary architects and designers such
as Charles and Ray Eames, Buckminster Fuller, Jean Prouve, Joe
Colombo and Shigeru Ban, comparing and contrasting their works with
flexible houses and installations in non-European cultures.
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