Emergency Shelter Provides Emotional Retreat For Victims [Pics]

Emergency Shelter Provides Emotional Retreat For Victims [Pics]
Design

Customizable design gives disaster victims a sense of ownership and separation when they want it.

Ross Brooks
  • 11 june 2013

Two architects from a leading architectural firm Conrad Gargett Riddel have won an international award for their design of an emergency shelter. Designed for both natural and man-made disaster, the shelter is easy to build and allows the occupant to control their level of contact with the outside world.

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