The notion ‘floating population’ is normally related to China’s economic upsurge, not often connected to realities in Europe. But as Andrés Jaque and the Office for Political Innovation shows, substantial numbers are doing just that: they settle for short periods and move on. It’s not just refugees and migrants, but our entire society starts rolling. Yet in spite of all the external forces and conditions that keep everything unsettled and in constant motion, we are still human; we still locate and ground our desire in the spaces we inhabit. So, how to reckon with and reconcile these contradictions? Can a Rolling Architecture be a way to go?