Like the word “immovable”, architecture does not have any movement. On the other hand, furniture refers to something that has movement. Then, what if architecture can be easily moved like furniture? What if furniture takes the role of architecture? Damdi Publishing Co. (specializing in architectural design publications) published their new title “Mobile Architecture” in Spring 2011. This book comprises a total of 120 mobile projects, of 43 architects and offices, from 18 different countries around the world. The project spectrum is full of colors; listed projects include but are not limited to, prefabricated house, mobile exhibition booth, temporary house with wheels, and emergency shelter. There are also numbers of eye-grabbing projects. Some are experimental, such as floating on water, or moving along railroads going through numerous cities. Some are futuristic robotic mobile projects, like those that are likely to be seen in SF movies. Interview of every architect has been included to reveal their thoughts about “mobile architecture”. From these, 4 architects with strong achievements in the field of mobile architecture have been chosen to illustrate their work even deeper through 4 spectacular essays. Read the book with a smartphone? The most interesting aspect of those book is the use of QR code. When one scans the codes on the cover and in between the pages through as smartphone application, the official website of the architect and the project is launched. The surprise does not end here. For the projects with video information, one can see the production process, the project in real action, or 3D computer graphic animations on their smartphone. The readers will be able to have a unique experience. 120 projects with 43 design teams. Total 848 pages. 190mm x 260mm, Hard cover, All Color. English/Korean. ISBN 979-89-91111-72-4. For more information, please visit damdi.co.kr