Motormorphosis is a process that recycles unused cars in the UK into dwellings through a revival of traditional apprenticeships and community lead manufacturing.
The Motormorphosis process involves the transportation of vehicles to the FACTORY where they are deconstructed and reformed into simplistic sheet materials, ready to be constructed into new forms. Along with the scrapped cars come new workers, primarily people who are unable to afford rising costs of homes within major cities. Workers live and work within the factory learning the craft of reforming cars, workers works towards for filling there time at the factory and completing there apprenticeship, culminating in the worker building and owning there own dwelling. Once there time is completed at the factory the worker graduates with new skills and a new dwelling that will then be transported to a community TOWER within the city.