Movement is the most important feature that distinguishes living things from other entities. Since the existence of the world, all living things move in order to survive, to achieve what they want and to continue their generation.
All the philosophers, writers, sages who questioned life interpreted the concept of movement according to themselves. For example, the famous philosopher George Berkeley defines existing as being in motion. According to Berkeley, the only factor that allows living things to be accepted alive must be able to move. For another example, Science-Fiction writer William Gibson says ''We see in order to move; we move in order to see.''. So Gibson sees the concept of movement as a tool that people uses to reach his ambitions.
MOTION IN ARCHITECTURE
As Libart, we bring together the concept of architecture, which has been going on for centuries, with the concept of motion along with the developing technology and aesthetics. We imagine that architectural structures can be movable according to conditions, like living things, and offer different retractable architectural solutions to the users in line with this idea.