Vertical Tent Pods Offer Resting Spots For The Homeless [Pics]

Vertical Tent Pods Offer Resting Spots For The Homeless [Pics]
Design

Malka Architecture makes street life a visible issue in France.

Ross Brooks
  • 20 november 2013

While it isn’t exactly legal, the vertical stealth shelters created by Malka Architecture in France have attracted some much needed attention to the increased homelessness across the country. “A-KAMP47” uses camping tents in a creative way to provide protection for the community’s impoverished, and also forces the issue into the public sphere so that there can be more discussions, and hopefully more action.

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