Everything on Track is based on a 2.5m square module on operable wheels, set on a track system, that can be expanded in a variety of ways to accommodate users, whether they be an individual, couple or family. According to the designer, “tracks not only function as an internal infrastructural grid inside the house but also on the roof and under the floor for those supportive units including roof panels, rainwater collector, PV panels, water supply and septic tank.” The jury commented: “The proposal functions in a way that is both effortless and clear. The building itself has a distinct architectural character with evident qualities. Although the proposal is designed in steel, it could be translated into many different materials without losing the initial concept. The lightness of the whole construction is attractive, as well as its flexibility for so many different possible ways to live in it. Though more a construction method than a modular system, the graphic approach is brilliant.” The jury also commented that the construction details could use significantly more development to show proof-of-concept.