Competition: win a book filled with over 250 mobile architecture designs

Dezeen is giving three readers the chance to win a copy of Mobitecture: Architecture on the Move, a book profiling structures that roll, slide and even float across water.

As well as tents and caravans, the publication – by author Rebecca Roke – presents modern houseboats, wearable structures and designs of the future.

Walking Shelter by Sibling
The Walking Shelter by Sibling is made from waterproof sheets and includes a mosquito net so that wearers can be prepared for a variety of conditions.

Sibling’s Walking Shelter and Kevin Cyr’s Camper Bike appear in the book, alongside projects that experiment with material, colour and size.

Other featured designs, such as Angela Luna’s Tent 2, draw attention to the current refugee crisis and migrants’ urgent need for movable shelter when fleeing conflict zones.

Camper Kart by Kevin Cyr
Kevin Cyr looked into the themes of recycling and exploration for his Camper Kart project, which is constructed out of a shopping trolley.

Comprised of over 250 images, the book has been organised into eight thematic chapters – Human, No Wheels, One & Two Wheels, Three Wheels, Four Wheels, 5+Wheels, Sleds+ and Water.

Mobitecture: Architecture on the Move is published by Phaidon and is also available to purchase online for £14.95.

Competition closes 24 May 2017. Winners will be selected at random and notified by email, and their names will be published at the top of this page.

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