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Homes for refugees: eight new designs for conflict housing

Homes for refugees: eight new designs for conflict housing

Bamboo Cell Structure - Bing Images

Bamboo Cell Structure - Bing Images

UK Student Develops 3D Printable Post-Disaster ‘Modushelter,’ Solving Challenges in Refugee Housing

UK Student Develops 3D Printable Post-Disaster ‘Modushelter,’ Solving Challenges in Refugee Housing

Resultado de imagem para shelter international architectural design competition

Resultado de imagem para shelter international architectural design competition

Awesome yurt interior.

Awesome yurt interior.

Emergency Shelter Exhibition to showcase role of design in natural disaster zones | Architecture And Design

Emergency Shelter Exhibition to showcase role of design in natural disaster zones | Architecture And Design

Shelter summerization, Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan: a DIY upper canopy + veranda assembly kit to mitigate shelter internal temperature and offer an external protected space to refugee families.

Shelter summerization, Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan: a DIY upper canopy + veranda assembly kit to mitigate shelter internal temperature and offer an external protected space to refugee families.

These shelters, designed by Michael Daniel, are designed to be quickly deployed and (because they are flat packed) many can be shipped to the disaster area at one time. Easily assembled in minutes without any tools or machinery, the Reaction Housing unit can house up to 4 people and is wired for utilities.

These shelters, designed by Michael Daniel, are designed to be quickly deployed and (because they are flat packed) many can be shipped to the disaster area at one time. Easily assembled in minutes without any tools or machinery, the Reaction Housing unit can house up to 4 people and is wired for utilities.

These are among the more than 100 projects in the new book "Design Like You Give a Damn [2]: Building Change From the Ground Up," edited by Architecture for Humanity (Abrams, $35).

These are among the more than 100 projects in the new book "Design Like You Give a Damn [2]: Building Change From the Ground Up," edited by Architecture for Humanity (Abrams, $35).