Mercedes Benz vs. Trabant P 601
The German word for furniture, "Möbel", is derived from the Latin word "mobilis" which means
"to be mobile". In this regard, postmodernism possesses a vast array of luxurious
experiences: when comfortable chairs start moving, one is usually sitting in the
back of a limousine. Relaxed and leaned back in a leather seat as Berlin’s
silhouette passes by the tinted windows...
... unless of course you want to put your guests behind the wheel? Maybe go on a Trabi safari?
Indeed, the Trabant, the powerful prodigy from former East Germany, can be rented by the
dozen. Needless to say that GPS and driving pleasure with steering column type gear
change come as part of the deal.
event.architekten stands for mobility and flexibility right across the board, whether dealing with
light walls with wheels as round as a conference bike or with mobility concepts with select
vehicles and into which sponsors can easily be integrated.
"Do you fancy taking a ride?"