People will have flying houses

Paper Salon : Architect
'As part of the program for Venice Takeaway:Ideas to Change British Architecture an experimental event entitled Paper Salon was organized in connection with Ross Anderson and Anna Gibb’s project Paper+Architecture. The project looks at the ideas surrounding Paper Architecture, a movement that came to importance in Russia in the 1980s, where a group of young Russian architects began to submit wildly imaginative proposals into forbidden competitions in response to the restrictions they faced within the parameters of Russian socialist realism. The Paper Salon aimed to bring together an enlightened gathering of like-minded creatives for a day, to explore imagined environments, exchange ideas about visionary architecture and build a dialogue through the physical act of drawing.'
One project included an idea for hot air balloon housing.

Paper Salon | London | 13.04.13 - Blog: