Pop Up Personal Shelters

Pop Up Personal Shelters
Dan Gould
  • 11 december 2008

Movie producer Peter Samuelson worked with students from the Art Center College of design to create a portable shelter option for homeless people. The EDAR (everyone deserves a roof) unit was the result. During the day, the EDAR functions like a high tech shopping cart, and can be used to store possesions and at night it folds out into a spacious, one person tent.

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