During natural disasters, thousands of people can become homeless in just seconds. After that, they will have to live in post disaster shelters, these shelters would become more than just the place to survive. A shelter should become a house, a place where people can feel secure, safe, and protected from the unpredicted climate and resistance to disease.
Shelter Pack has been designed by Hakan Gürsu, it’s a concept shelter that can be flat packed, making it easy to transport. Featuring 12-square meter space, each shelter can be easily assembled and built in less than few hours. Each unit consists of 4 single beds, a bathroom, with fully equipped kitchen, including a foldable dining table and some storage spaces. The shelter doesn’t touch the ground, therefore, any heat loss from the floor and blowing in wind can be avoided. Thanks to its adjustable-height legs, the shelter can be installed even on sloping lands.
Designer : Hakan Gürsu of DesignNobis
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