Cities never stop evolving and neither does architectural design. This organic, constant change is defi ned as 'adaptability and mobility' in architecture. Architecture has been bolstered in this context, having been enhanced over the years through technology and innovation. Building materials should now be able to carry out several tasks at once and act multifunctionally.
How people move and circulate is changing. Therefore, the services offered should adapt and shift towards a new level of spatial confi guration. Commercial, industrial and residential spaces should allow for some kind of motion that enables a certain degree of flexibility, economical advantage and 'wow factor'.
This dictation of how guests operate within a space may help bring together movement and architecture in an organic and functional manner. Needs have changed and continue to change at a rapid pace, yet one fact - rather paradoxically - remains fixed: motion is the key to the future.
Libart has moved to incorporate this key fact into its practices, confi dent that motion in architecture will spread and that there is more to be explored with regard to replacing traditional architectural approaches. It's the era of motion, evolution and movement, and any design can achieve this with Libart's retractable skylights, structures, windows and doors002E