Foldable Urban Shelters Could Solve Homelessness

Foldable Urban Shelters Could Solve Homelessness
Design

Brooklyn-based artist and architect designed collapsible shelters aimed at altering how people perceive public and private space in urban areas.

Kyana Gordon
  • 28 june 2013

Brooklyn based artist and architectural designer, Chat Travieso builds playful and interactive urban installations that encourage people to question the surrounding built environment. His work takes the form of creations that promote sustainability with an emphasis on on simplicity, reuse, and a ‘make-do’ mentality. Constructed of steel, wood, aluminum, canvas, and other materials, Travieso’s one-person structures easily fold, allowing for them to be placed in any urban area.

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