Putting The Suburbs On Wheels

Putting The Suburbs On Wheels
Design

Homeway offers an interesting conceptual commuting solution.

Lisa Baldini
  • 21 july 2010

As cities meld into megatropolises for industry, commuting is a right of passage for most workers. Forgoing the environmental and fuel costs, commuter towns often offer an anonymous existence for most people rising before the beginning of the day and returning home well into the night. In the wake of such obstacles, non-profit Terreform has unveiled the “Homeway” concept system, which emphasizes dwelling-mobility over individual ones:

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