We've seen the chicken  (and the duck ), now here's the egg . Belgian studio dmvA  designed an extension for the offices of hip furniture agency XfactorAgencies  (they represent MDF Italia and Established & Sons in the Netherlands). Problem was, local building regulations kept getting in the way of the project. So dmvA did what any bad-ass architect would do and found a loophole.
By designing the office as a mobile unit, they got around the building codes and creating a totally double-take-inducing piece of architecture in the vein of psychedelic blob-itects like Archigram  and Ant Farm . If you're around, check it out in person next month when it moves to the Art Foundation Verbeke  in Kemzeke, Belgium.
Just one question, would this be filed under shipping crate architecture?
[Via WAN ]