Mobility and flexibility are among the most important requirements for young people in their studies and professional life. Study place here, semester abroad there, internship there and then a master’s degree, again in another city. Most furniture, however, represents exactly the opposite. They are bulky, difficult to transport and by no means versatile. This work pursues the question, which approaches of mobile living already exist and why they did not become generally accepted. Requirements for furniture are researched in connection with different generational influences and lifestyles and from this a new concept for mobile and flexible living is developed. Young generation members strive for self-realization and freedom of design in their lives, previous concepts left little room for this.