Kind of cool as a concept.
Imagine a city in motion, where not a single building is anchored to the ground, with hotels, event halls and other structures all on rails and movable at will.
In the winter, the collection of buildings would be pulled into the the town center for locals to enjoy.
Moving the structures and reorganizing how they’re laid out gives tourists a new town to come back to every year.
Because the town is full of tourists in the summer but becomes very cold and dreary in the winter, such a scheme would allow the entire town to take full advantage of warm weather by spreading out.
Each of the portable structures is kept on a trailer at all times, making transport quick and fairly simple.
Gives a whole new meaning to the terms: “location-independent”, “mobile minimalist”, or my personal favourite, “modern nomad” (my own made up term for what I kind of am, going from hotel to hotel, city to city).
Via Web Urbanist