The LifeBox can support a family 4 during natural disasters.

During natural disasters or war-time crises, one can only hope to have a temporary shelter to call home. Pop-up housing, like IKEA's flat-pack refugee home, has become a major area of concentration for architects.

Having survived a severe 7.6 magnitude earthquake as a child, industrial designer Adem Önalan pledged to create a structure that could benefit survivors for a decent amount of time. With the help of design consultancy Designum, Önalan introduced the LifeBox – an air-droppable disaster recovery box that unfolds into a 4-person shelter and includes supplies.

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