Amandus VanQuaille, founder of the Nomad Concept, is an architect/designer dedicating his work to the art of temporary and lightweight architecture. The Nomad Concept reflects on a nomadic way of life within the contemporary western society: flexibility, versatility and ease of end-of-life disassembly or demountability are keywords, combined with aesthetics. Art is being regarded as an existential part of life. Aesthetics and emotion move us and are essential to get people moving.

Mission: to intensify the relation between architecture and landscape / garden architecture. The Nomad Concept creates an architectural transition zone between building and environment, similar to the peristyle – the colonnade around the Greek temple  – or a Japanese tea pavillion in the garden.

Architect Amandus VanQuaille created The Nomad Concept. He spent 7 years in the Tibetan Himalaya, where he studied both the architecture of Buddhist monasteries and the tents of Tibetan nomads in the icy highlands. The tents and nomadic way of life fascinated him and inspired him to this specific kind of architecture.
The Nomad Concept operates at an international level. Sail sculptures are constructed for private, corporate and public projects and for upscale events, where people gather in inspiring surroundings.