Flat Pack Shelter Includes A Bathroom And Fully Equipped Kitchen
The domicile is easy to assemble and can sustain a family of four for months following a disaster
Design consultancy Designnobis has developed a flat pack shelter for disaster and war victims in response to the recent refugee crisis. ShelterPack is a 12 square meter structure that is easy to transport and assemble. It can sustain a family of four for months following a disaster, with each unit featuring four single beds, a bathroom, fully equipped kitchen, foldable dining table, and storage spaces.
ShelterPack stands on angled adjustable legs, meaning it can be installed on slopes and avoids heat loss lost to the ground that it sits on. Water spouts on the roof prevent rain load and water leakage, with rain water being collected and stored in a water tank. A skylight provides sunlight all day and heat-insulating materials are used between the walls.