Inflatable Shelters Capture Building Heat To Keep The Homeless Warm [Pics]
The paraSITE collects excess HVAC air to provide a heated shelter from dangerous cold weather.
With bitterly cold weather still gripping much of the U.S., many people are trying to spend as little time outdoors as possible. For the homeless, this is nearly impossible.
Harsh winters pose serious risks, including death, to many of the nation’s homeless, but many avoid shelter systems out of fear of violence and disease. Artist Michael Rakowitz’s low-cost, inflatable shelters provide an ingenious and temporary solution.
Now Track More Ideas
- Healthy Grocer Caters To Wellness Consumer Demand For Health At Convenience
- DTC & The Future Of Retail: A Look At PSFK’s 2019 Conference Speakers
- PSFK Retail Conference Preview: How A Natural, Cruelty-Free Oral Care Brand Is Disrupting The Industry With A Single Word: Hello
- Telemedicine Startup Straightens Patients’ Teeth From The Privacy Of Home