Blurred Boundaries


We walk from a street into a building without thinking about the boundary between the two. Sometimes, we even bring our transportation choices with us: we wheel our bicycles into our homes and drive our cars into garages.

With the rise of electrification, the boundaries that separate vehicles from habitable spaces will completely blur. Not only will vehicles further integrate into our homes, workplaces, and communal spaces, but they will potentially become those environments. This coming together will represent not the overlap of known experiences but the establishment of entirely new experiences.

Hacking Existing Infrastructure

One Size Doesn't Fit All


By creating semi-permeable and mobile spaces of various sizes, we can open up new possibilities for infrastructure, commuting habits, wellbeing, and connections between people and communities.

In this brave new world, we will transcend long-held definitions of physical and social structures to offer new possibilities for freedom, mobility, and community connections.

These new urban systems would then allow cities and spaces to reassemble into infinite states in a more adaptive way that supports the blurring of lifestyles. 


Smallest Footprint

As a new form of agility that offers maximum freedom, this smallest unit of “home” is ideal for a few days or nights.

Render: Smallest Footprint
Render: New Ease A

New Ease

This private space—which uses biophilic design principles—fits in a small pack and provides an appealing blurring of indoors and outdoors.  


New Ease 2.0

A compact and flexible space, this straddles the line between fixed and mobile to enable a range of possible experiences.

Render: New Ease B
Render: Mobitecture


Tailored to the minimalist needs of modern nomads, Mobitecture can be assembled into a variety of adaptable spaces.



Inspired by the adaptive modules of fairs and exhibitions, this flexible structure simultaneously offers a sense of permanence and flexibility.

Render: Transformer

When habitable space becomes mobile, and accepted notions of urban elements dematerialize, we can extend our living quarters and our cities. The result will be a flourishing of lifestyle options and a rewriting of what cities can offer.

Fluid Nodes