Jagnefalt Milton 'Switching City' Rolls Residences in by Rail

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 6, 2011 • References: jagnefaltmilton & designaddict
Modern society loves to build big permanent structures, but the Jagnefalt Milton 'Switching City' project introduces an alternate proposition. This initiative calls for a metropolis that changes form depending on seasonal needs.

Taking 3rd prize in the Norwegian Master Plan competition for Andalsnes, the Jagnefalt Milton 'Switching City' project has everything from shops and public baths to hotels and concert halls on the dimensions of railway cargo. The region's existing railroad tracks can bring such structures in and out of the urban area by train. Stats for Temporary Cargo Structures Trending: Older & Warm
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