The search for something else, something real and organic is more prominent than ever these days. People are looking for new ways to break free. Its a culture shift that is based on creating a sense of adventure and purpose for ones life. Truly living free as a nomad on the open road or in a distant land looking for adventures at every turn.
As people are searching for alternative living situations and watching tv shows such as Tiny House, Big Living on HGTV. Many new modern architects have taken notice and are now designing homes for this new heroic nomad. the best of which have been collated in Philip Jodidio’s new book Nomadic Homes: Architecture on the Move, published by Taschen.
Philip Jodidos creative architectural book features a wide variety of mobile dwellings ranging from revamped Airstreams, wheeled cabins, yachts and even private jets. One of the key takeaways from this book is how technological advances have opened up the horizon for those looking to take their homes on the road and live differently.
Nomadic Homes shows how architects and designers are building creative solutions to a raft of modern preoccupations – escape, exploration, environmentalism, urbanization, disaster response, limited space and reduced resources.