Cardboard Origami Shelters For The Homeless And Victims Of Natural Disaster

Cardboard Origami Shelters For The Homeless And Victims Of Natural Disaster
Design

While studying at USC's School of Architecture, Tine Hovsepian came up with the idea to create durable, inexpensive shelters that can be easily transported.

Sarah Martin
  • 22 september 2010

Cardboard Origami Shelters For The Homeless And Victims Of Natural Disaster-2

While still studying at USC’s School of Architecture, Tine Hovsepian came up with the idea of Cardborigami, which uses origami – the traditional Japanese art of paper folding – to create durable, inexpensive shelters made of corrugated cardboard.

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