<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>The Ultimate Challenge: Mobile Construction in Space</h3>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Mobile Forms of Construction - the Ship as a House in the History of Seafaring</h3>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Mobility in Traditional Architecture</h3>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Mobile Real Property</h3>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Industrial Training College in Bregenz</h3> <p>Located on a site next to a busy railway line, the existing college was to be extended by further classrooms and training workshops. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Administration Building of Energy Concern in Stuttgart</h3> <p>The façade of this complex adopts a number of elements from the 1970s inner-city office building it was meant to complement. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Factory with Office in Weilerbach</h3> <p>This block-like structure occupies a site in a peripheral urban industrial area. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Four Façade Concepts</h3> <p>Based on a rectangular plan, this simple building replaces an earlier house of the same form. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Spanish-Portuguese Cultural Centre in Zamora, Spain</h3> <p>The centre was erected on the site of a medieval monastery, the ruins of which were integrated into the new development. </p>