Wandering Home 流浪家居

Imagine you can live anywhere, to come and go anytime as you please, scenery changes according to your need. You are a wanderer in the city, you are into the wild. Imagine, you are free. The Wanderer Home project questions our typical ways of living in Hong Kong and demands an alternative answer of living. This project springs from fantasy, imagination, and DIY construction.  It questions the basic unit of urbanity which is home.  It explores the idea of minimal dwelling and offers an alternative solution which intrigues us to rethink about our living condition in the city. I originally built this mobile home for myself but later discovered it can also be seen as an architectural solution for the homeless people in the city. 

2008

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