Mechs: A term derived from the English "mechanical" (engineer) . Widely used in science fiction projects to describe giants robots controlled by people within them.
The original idea was a project of designing a dwelling unit for emergency situations . Then it evolved in a proposal for a residential model based on the ideas of disurbanism movement and metabolistic movement.
The central idea of the disurbanists was that they rejected the overall logic of a city. They considered that cities was another relic of capitalist society and proposed a model in which there will be virtually no distinction between urban and non – space, between the city and the countryside. Simultaneously used to divide the cities planned in individual cores or operating zones.
For metabolistics, a building is an unfinished product, which can and should be tailored to individual needs. It is not a work of art that should not touch it, lest it spoil. A building must be exposed to change, should find its way to the different fits, at times, circumstances. Thus, the building consists of a number of units. Changing their combination can provide a new building to meet new needs. In the early approaches these structures originated as cuboid trees: units domicile sheets developed by branches connected to the main trunk. As trees grow and spread would form an interconnected forest, which would extend the space available for the society from below.
The resulting work, based on the above principles, is an attempt to a city who will teeter on the needs of its residents. A city that can dynamically change the maximum filling .