Flatpack House

Flatpack House
Alex Morrison
  • 27 june 2007

Treehugger reported today about Gregg Fleishman’s new DH1 Disaster House and his Shelter System. Both are made from “sustainable European birch plywood with phenolic resin on both sides”, and are relatively easily assembled with the aid of fasteners or glue. The aesthetic is quite appealing, as the above photo can clearly demonstrate better than we can, although it remains to be seen what the functionality of the thing will be. Nevertheless, this is clearly just the beginning of a larger strategy, as Fleishman’s goal is “to continue developing ways to make building easier”. Who knows what the future will hold.

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